How and Why to Backup Your Office 365 Tenant

Learn how to develop the most effective Microsoft 365 backup strategy for your organization

Organizations are moving to the cloud at an accelerated rate to support remote work. With this move to the cloud, organizations need to take a different approach to how they protect and back up their data.

With the move to Office 365, organizations must examine relevant regulations as well as the service level agreement (SLA) to determine if extending the default protection levels is an appropriate strategy. Every SaaS provider, including Microsoft, explicitly assert clients are responsible for protecting their own data.

Yet, several studies showed only about 40 percent of organizations using Office 365 are leveraging a third-party backup solution to protect their data. Protect yourself and your organization by always being able to restore data when its needed.

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What you will learn from this content:

  1. The basics of Office 365 back up
  2. Common data loss scenarios
  3. How to evaluate the correct strategy for your organization

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