Microsoft Teams Backup: 8 Facts you NEED to Know!
Date: Thursday, May 20th at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT
Microsoft Teams is now the center of our productivity universe — but should you back it up? Although Teams has its own basic retention, it does not fully protect against user error or security threats, nor does it enable long-term retention for compliance or regulatory purposes. With the rush to deploy Teams, many organizations still do not understand the what, why and how of protecting this critical data — make sure you do!
In this presentation from Veeam:
- Become aware of 8 important facts about Teams backup
- Find out how Teams works and how to efficiently protect it
- Get an overview of the #1 Office 365 backup solution in market
About the presenters:
Edward Watson, Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager, Veeam Software
Edward Watson is a Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager at Veeam Software. These past few years Edward has led the product launch and adoption of the #1 Office 365 backup solution — Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365.
Throughout his career, Edward has successfully brought numerous data protection offerings to market on a global scale, fueled by his start as a cloud service provider. He has a passion for communicating the value of protecting cloud-based workloads and helping organizations succeed in all their backup needs.
Karinne Bessette, Technologist, Product Strategy Technology Team
Karinne Bessette is a Technologist at Veeam within the Product Strategy teams. She has a strong technical background in network and security with certifications from Cisco for Security (CCNA) and Routing & Switching (CCNA) as well as CompTIA Network+ and Security +. She is well versed in multiple Operating Systems achieving Linux Professional Institutes Essentials and CompTIA A+ certifications. She has developed project management skills to self-manage tasks in a goal-oriented fashion obtaining the Project+ from CompTIA. In her time at Veeam she has written and updated documentation, completed VMCE certification, lead a team as a Technical Senior, and has pushed to obtain technical knowledge outside just the scope of her role.