Microsoft Office 365: What Should I Look for When Selecting a SaaS Data Protection Provider?
Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant
Daily and On-Demand Backup
Daily, automated backup means that, if you choose, you can “set and forget” your backups, knowing you’ll always be protected without any effort on your part. Choose a backup provider that lets backup run quietly in the background, but also gives you the option to run a manual backup whenever you choose.
Granular Point-In-Time Restore
When data loss happens, you need to be able to get your data back exactly as it was, as quickly as possible. The most sophisticated backup and restore solutions will provide granular, point-in-time restore that allows you to retrieve data from any point in time in just a few clicks. This means you can recover historical snapshots or versions of all of your data and restore them into your Office 365 tenant.
User-Friendly User Interface
Backup software should make the lives of IT professionals and application managers easier, instead of being one more hassle to deal with. Look for a provider that provides an intuitive user experience that works seamlessly with Office 365.
Your backup solution should also be clear, transparent, and informative. Check for daily or real-time updates that will help you understand the status of your backups and if there are any errors that need attention.
Another important, yet often overlooked, factor is end-user enablement. Your company migrated to the cloud to allow employees to work anytime, anywhere, encouraging innovation to happen faster than ever before.
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