When looking for a backup solution for Microsoft 365, it's important to find a solution that backs up everything you need. Here's everything that our Microsoft 365 Backup covers.
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Do I need to backup Microsoft 365?
Backing up your Microsoft 365 data is crucial for several reasons, despite Microsoft providing robust security and redundancy measures. While Microsoft offers certain safeguards to protect your data, these measures may not cover all scenarios or user errors. Here's why you need to consider backing up your Microsoft 365 data:
- Data Loss Prevention
- Accidental Deletion
- Retention Policy Gaps
- Ransomware and Cyberattacks
- Internal Threats
- External Threats
- Long-Term Data Preservation
- Migration and Integration
- Service Outages and Datacentre Failures
- Compliance and Legal Requirements
What is covered within the per user backup?
Our Microsoft 365 Backup covers all of the below;
- Microsoft SharePoint
- Microsoft OneDrive
- Microsoft Teams
- Microsoft Exchange
- Microsoft OneNote
The backup will also include any shared environments within OneDrive and Sharepoint and also shared mailboxes. All users that are part of these shared environments would require a license.
How does the Malware Detection work?
Our Microsoft 365 Backup utilises cutting-edge AI-powered technology to safeguard your Microsoft 365 data.
Our malware detection is designed to neutralise potentially harmful files before they can wreak havoc. We thoroughly scrutinize any newly added or modified files for any signs of malware. This way, we can preemptively identify and eliminate any threats, protecting your backup data.
If any malicious files are detected, they are quickly isolated and kept in quarantine.
Do Microsoft recommend using third-party software to backup your data?
Section 6 of Microsoft’s Services Agreement states: “We recommend you regularly back up your content and data . . . using third-party apps and services.”