Best Practices in Office 365 Data Protection
Microsoft provides rudimentary data protection capabilities as part of their Office 365 SaaS solution, but it falls short from being able to deliver the data protection and recovery needs most organizations require to meet both business SLAs and compliance requirements.
Attend this webinar and learn about the gaps left by Microsoft’s Office 365 protection, the risks posed and how to overcome them all with a comprehensive 3rd-party data protection solution. Learn how to get the Office 365 backup and recovery strategy you need and want.
- Typical market needs for protecting Office 365 – especially when it comes to Exchange Online (email) – to address internal corporate SLAs as well as legal/industry compliance requirements
- Some of the Microsoft capabilities (short-term backup; versioning; archiving, etc.)
- Gaps in the Microsoft capabilities and risks they pose – like against accidental deletions, system errors, viruses, malware, ransomware; need for long-term data retention for compliance; need to store backups in other clouds or at least on multiple storage devices (for 3-2-1 backup strategy); need to replicate backups to multiple sites for disaster recovery
- Best practices in protecting Office 365 – being able to control what you back up, how often, where backups are stored, options for recovering, granular file, folder, mailbox and email recovery; (discuss specifics on Exchange Online, OneDrive, SharePoint, Active Directory protection)