Microsoft 365 is Not Automatically Protected
As organizations increasingly move data into cloud-based
applications, many believe that traditional best practices
such as data backup are outdated. After all, SaaS applications
are always available, accessible from anywhere, and highly
redundant, so why is backup necessary?
An astonishing 1 in 3 companies report losing data stored in
cloud-based applications. The single leading cause of this
data loss? End-user error. Other common culprits include:
• Malware or ransomware attacks
• Malicious end-user activity
• Accidental data overwrites
• Canceled account subscriptions
With more and more companies depending on Microsoft 365
for collaboration and business operations, these risks are
impossible to ignore. Backup is just as important in the cloud
as in traditional on-premises IT systems. An independent,
third-party, SaaS backup solution is the best way to protect
organizations against the most common data loss pitfalls.
Protecting Your End Clients in the Cloud —A
Many organizations mistakenly believe that Microsoft 365
data is automatically protected. But, that’s only partially true.
Microsoft does ensure that it won’t lose your data, but it does
not make any guarantees about restoring data if you do. In
other words, Microsoft 365 data is as vulnerable to accidental
or malicious deletion, ransomware and other types of data
loss as on-premises applications.
SaaS vendors like Microsoft promote a “shared responsibility”
model. They are clear in recommending providers and endusers
pursue third-party solutions to ensure they meet data
protection, business continuity, compliance, and security
requirements beyond Microsoft 365’s limited native recovery
Why SaaS Protection for Microsoft 365?
Automated, continuous backups: Protect Exchange,
Tasks, OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams with 3x daily
backups or perform additional backups as needed at
• Streamlined onboarding: Get your critical
cloud data protected in a matter of minutes with a
simplified setup and an easy click-through onboarding
• Flexible retention: Not all environments are the
same. That’s why SaaS Protection offers different data
retention options to meet clients’ individual needs.
• Intuitive, user-friendly management portal: Quickly and
easily determine the number of licenses in use, gauge
profitability, and view clients’ backup status all from a
single pane of glass.
Fast & Effortless Restore
• Point-in-time restore and export: Quickly restore or
export data from a specific point-in-time before a data
loss event occurred.
• Non-destructive restore process: Quickly identify
and recover individual objects or entire accounts with
related records and folder structure intact.
• Cross-user restore: Restore data from one Microsoft
365 user account into another.
• Retain user data: Save money and effort by preserving
inactive Microsoft 365 user data with SaaS Protection
for as long as you need it.
• Easy export: Export entire accounts or specific items in
standard file formats.
Data Protection and Compliance
Balance security and transparency with powerful controls
and robust user lifecycle management. Protect valuable
business data from accidental or malicious acts.
• Security and compliance: SaaS Protection backs up
data in compliance with Service Organization Control
(SOC 1/ SSAE 16 and SOC 2 Type II) reporting standards
and supports your HIPAA and GDPR compliance needs.
• Ransomware protection: Roll-back data to a point-intime
before ransomware attacks.
• Custom data retention: Keep data indefinitely or adjust
retention settings to meet compliance standards.
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