Why should you backup and protect Microsoft 365 data?

Microsoft 365 (former Office 365) offers businesses a variety of useful apps and services but backup and recovery of data from businesses is up to the user. Exchange Online, SharePoint Online along with OneDrive for Business store enormous quantities of data. Information stored by applications operating in the cloud must be secured as they are more vulnerable to:

Human errors that are both malicious and accidental,
accidental overwriting of data
Ransomware, malware, or malware attacks
Preventing data loss caused by expired licenses
cloud infrastructure down.

Solution highlights

Instantly restore to your local PC or Office 365 cloud

Instant restoration to the cloud as well as locally. A comprehensive restore (OneDrive Files, Exchange Online mailboxes, Calendars, Contacts Exchange Archive mailboxes, and SharePoint items )
Scalable architecture and API with RESTful

Open API for third parties to integrate software (REST API) and multi-agent support to allow for greater scalability and geographically dispersed environments. You can get Backup for Microsoft 365 Mail here.

Flexible backup and retention schedules

Establish backup schedules and retention policies based on your requirements. Benefit from the “incremental forever” backup strategy to reduce storage space and cut down on the amount of time needed to backup.
Automatic protection for new users. Automatic protection of new

Automated synchronization and auto-assigning accounts to the policy of backup for complete backups.
Point-in-time and Granular restore

Granular Recovery feature lets you restore specific folders, lists library, emails, or files – with a point-in time restoration option without needing to rebuild Exchange mailboxes, or SharePoint websites in full.
Azure Blob Storage support

Make use of Microsoft’s native Azure Blob Storage support which offers unlimited storage scalability in Microsoft 365 backups.