Are your cloud apps being protected?
There is a widespread misconception that data created and stored in the cloud does not need to be backed up. Microsoft operates on the shared responsibility model, meaning that they maintain their infrastructure but recovering your company data is your responsibility. When data is deleted or corrupted, companies face three major problems: Lost data, lost time, and lost cash. Next I.T. can help:
End data loss within previous file drafts
Accessing the previous versions in OneDrive is not an option as Office 365 saves only the most recent version, not the entire file history. Next I.T.’s automated daily backups capture multiple snapshots of document history, allowing you to restore multiple previous file versions.
Eliminate unnecessary licensing costs & data loss due to inactive licenses
An active Office 365 license is required to access Office 365 data. Unfortunately inactive or deprovisioned user data is permanently deleted, and retaining licenses of departed employees can be expensive. Next I.T. automatically saves your inactive Office 365 user data across all Microsoft plans, saving you considerable licensing fees.
Recover fast from Office 365 data deletion
Human error is inevitable with SaaS apps. Not only that, but when an Office 365 administrator deletes a file, all data will be placed in the Recycle Bin where it is deleted after 90 days. After it is automatically deleted, there is no rollback option. Next I.T. automatically backs up data at both the site, file and folder level and restores it in record time, saving you from any kind of accidental deletion.
Protect your Office 365 data from ransomware
Companies need to consider a multi-layered approach when it comes to security against ransomware and other cyber attacks. Office 365 data is not invulnerable—without sufficient backup, companies stand to risk losing all of their files. With point-in-time backups, you can restore individual files or an entire application’s data from a backup snapshot taken prior to an attack.