SysTools SQL Backup Recovery is software launched recently to allow users to recover SQL.bak files, when met with unanticipated corruption in BAK files. Click here, for more details: http://www.systoolsgroup.com/sql-backup-recovery.html
Online PR News – 13-October-2011 – – Gothenburg, Sweden, October 12, 2011 – This immediate release is to spot out the launch of SysTools SQL Backup Recovery software, for users looking to conduct SQL Server backup recovery process. The product came into being on October 07, 2011, which is found the most awaited one for users create.bak files and store MDF and LDF file data for further use if anything gets wrong with original data stored in these two file formats. This application is available in three licenses Personal, Business, and Enterprise License at the most nominal price. Like other software solutions, this software also supports bulk data recovery without causing a bit of harm to data stored in BAK files.
“Software is workable in extreme corruption cases and tackle any error with great potentiality. This application is actionable with most SQL versions like 2000, 2005, 2008, etc, so to conduct SQL 2005 backup recovery and SQL 2000 backup recovery is definitely possible. Now SQL users will be able to recover damaged, destroyed, inaccessible, and corrupted SQL.bak files swiftly. But thing to be noticed here is that if you overwrite on deleted tables then software will not at all work. This SQL Backup Recovery (http://www.systoolsgroup.com/sql-backup-recovery.html) software is supportive of multi-threaded option in order to export tables in BAK files.” Pinpointed Evan Swans, Honorable chief of Product Development Team
On the launch of SQL Backup Recovery, Carl Soderberg, chief of Backup Recovery domain spoke, “This software marks good fortune for SQL users, now their motive to create.bak files will not go vain, we are proud at this launch, and would work with same passion for this software as we are working for other solutions in this sphere. Company upholds the core value by creating this rock-solid outside apparatus for recovering and restoring data in.bak files.” http://www.fixsqlserver.com/sql-2005-backup-recovery.html