Why Backup Microsoft 365? Backup & Recovery Responsibility [Report]

Microsoft does not backup your Microsoft 365 data!

The Business Case For Microsoft 365 Backup & Recovery | For Influencers & Decision Makers

As you may have already read in our free eGuide on Microsoft 365 backup and recovery 6 Critical Reasons to Backup Microsoft 365, although Microsoft’s Microsoft 365 is a useful and powerful array of services and tools packaged into a highly capable Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, comprehensive Microsoft 365 backup and recovery aren’t provided.

Despite this, a surprisingly large number of businesses (most we speak to in fact) believe that it is Microsoft’s responsibility to protect their Microsoft 365 data. This is unfortunately not the case. Microsoft’s primary focus is on managing your infrastructure and maintaining uptime for your users, but the data remains your responsibility.

So ultimately, the responsibility for Microsoft 365 backup and recovery falls to you. You need to ensure that access and control over all of your business-critical data, is available to you – and this is the crux of our report below – the Microsoft 365 Backup Responsibility Report.

Why backup Microsoft 365?

Microsoft 365 data is comprised of Onedrive, Sharepoint, Outlook email data and much more. This data is business critical data. If this data gets compromised in any way, a simple and robust backup system is necessary. With the right backup system in place, you can restore data and continue with business as usual, with no interruptions and without any headaches.

This report helps you influence and guide decision-makers within your organisation through the complex issues surrounding the business case for Microsoft 365 backup. In it, we explore the business value of adoption and recommend a range of considerations and concrete next steps in the decision-making process.

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