I need backup for Office 365? Isn’t it already included? In short, no. The misconception that Microsoft fully backs up your data on your behalf is all too common. To the contrary, Microsoft is primarily focused on managing the infrastructure and ensuring uptime; you are responsible for your data.
According to 451 Research, data backup remains one of the key principles in data protection for several reasons, and while SaaS vendors focus on providing infrastructure resiliency and application availability for their own platform, the traditional 3-2-1 backup rule still applies as a best practice for ensuring data protection and resilience.
Bottom line, businesses using Office 365 need to backup their data and here’s why:
Veeam, a data backup and recovery, data protection and data security company and OneNeck partner, surveyed hundreds of IT professionals across the globe who have migrated to Office 365, six vulnerabilities in data protection rose to the top in their findings:
We’ve worked with many organizations to safeguard their data with a flexible, secure and efficient cloud-based backup and recovery service your business can rely on.
OneNeck can enable and support your Office 365 backups helping to eliminate the risk of losing access and control over your Office 365 data. Our backup solution give you the power to securely backup Office 365 and:
Let us help you gain complete access and control of your Office 365 data and avoid the unnecessary risks of data loss. Contact us today!
Topic: Microsoft Office 365
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