Protecting Critical Data Starts with Microsoft 365 Data Resiliency and Recovery

Migrating to the cloud brings a host of benefits, beginning with anytime/anywhere data access. However, even in the cloud, organizations need to plan for business continuity and data recovery. The key to protecting information assets begins with understanding Microsoft 365 data resiliency and recovery. While machine failures and natural disasters pose less of a threat in Microsoft 365 than with on-premises data, other risk scenarios exist. For instance, a disgruntled employee may delete critical files or emails. Likewise, an admin can mistakenly remove large portions of content. And cyber criminals always pose a threat. Fortunately, Microsoft has implemented several layers…

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Why Add Cloud Backup

Why Office 365 Customers Need a Backup Solution Many business owners using Office 365 believe that their data is totally secure. The reality, however, is a different story. Although Microsoft offers many benefits in productivity, efficiency, and collaboration with Office 365, the company doesn’t provide users with a comprehensive backup system for their underlying data. Mechanical malfunctions and physical damage, hacking and theft, user error, and power outages all put user data at risk in the cloud. While companies do their best to prepare for these problems, no plan is foolproof, and stories of data loss are far from rare, with the average data breach costing small businesses $120,000. About 32% of companies get hit by data…

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