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Introducing Office 365 Backup


Data loss happens, even in the cloud!

Reasons for data loss Office 365 and the cloud do not prevent data loss due to human action.
A recent study found that 32% of the companies surveyed had experienced data loss in the cloud. 75% of data loss is due to people deleting content accidentally or maliciously, and that’s not the only threat.

Deleted items in Office 365 will be permanently removed after 14 days by default.  Expanded Office 365 licenses and features offer unlimited retention, but don’t provide a fast, easy way to restore content exactly as it was and where it was so your employees can get back on track quickly.

Restore Data Quickly across Office 365

Office 365 is the number-one cloud-based productivity suite, with powerful tools for communication, collaboration, and content creation. However, it is not designed to quickly and easily restore lost, deleted, or corrupted data.

There’s a common misconception that Microsoft fully backs up Office 365 data as part of your subscription, but this is not the case.  Microsoft is responsible for providing the necessary infrastructure and ensuring Office 365 works, but it’s your responsibility to protect your Office 365 data.

Email, calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, Public Folders, and more.

Granular and bulk restore, including point-in-time restore.

Site collections, Team Sites, subsites, lists, files, versions, and more.

Granular and bulk restore, including entire site collection restore.

Folders, files, versions

Granular and bulk restore, including full account and point-in-time restore.

 

Conversations, calendar, files, Notebook, and Modern Team Sites.

Granular and bulk restore, including full Modern Team Site restore.

 

 

 

 

 

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