See our 6 top tips to recover emails and files, from security threats inside and out. Learn too how backups help you stay compliant.
Deleting users, or a user deleting crucial files can be incredibly consequential accidents. Native Microsoft 365 solutions like the recycle bin are limited in their usefulness. Items can be permanently deleted without proper cause, leaving you with expensive or even non-existent ways to recover lost data. A third party, configurable backup system is designed to mitigate these issues with archival processes and adjustable retention periods.
Microsoft 365's retention policies are stop-gaps, offering bare minimum protection and configurability. For businesses trying to keep up with modern solutions, a more flexible solution is needed.
This solution includes granular restoration: emails and files can be restored not just individually but from specific times. This saves from lengthy rollbacks and downtime.
One of the largest threats to any business is ransomware. An employee may open a file without proper security in place, releasing a virus that encrypts your data, leaving it inaccessible.
This threat, along with others that may penetrate your business can lead to losses of revenue, reputation and customer data. Using third party software provides a way to recover data without caving to ransomware demands.
Internal security is an important part of many businesses. Though often unintentional, employees with the wrong access to areas of your systems can cause damage.
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