Backup for Office 365: It’s Already Included… Isn’t It?
You may assume there’s no reason to save a copy of your Office data, since it already resides in the cloud. But accidental deletion, user errors, security threats, and retention policy gaps are commonplace in Office 365. What’s more, Microsoft’s built-in replication for geo-redundancy offers no help when something is corrupt or deleted, since the corruption or deletion also gets replicated. So, even though data is replicated and archived, maintaining a secondary, isolated copy of that data is critical.
Join Anexinet’s Matt Dierolf & Eric Dougherty of Veeam to learn how Veeam Backup and Recovery for Microsoft Office365 regularly backs-up your Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business data from Office 365 as often as every five minutes, to a storage location of your choice—including on-premises, in a hyperscale public cloud (e.g. Microsoft Azure or AWS), or with a local service provider.
This webinar also covers:
• How Microsoft fails to backup your data
• The importance of complete access & control
• Why “in the cloud” doesn’t mean data is safe
Matt Dierolf is Enterprise Architect at digital business solutions provider Anexinet. He provides customers with current and future state architecture, as well as migration/upgrade strategies for a broad range of infrastructure technologies — including Microsoft, VDI, virtualization, hyper-converged, and cloud. Matt has nearly 20 years of experience in IT management and administration, with previous roles at STV, Traffic Planning and Design, Acelity and Unisys. He has earned numerous certifications from Microsoft, as well as Nutanix, Citrix and VMware. Matt holds a BS in Information Systems from Penn State University and a MBA in Computer/Information Technology Administration and Management from the University of Phoenix.
20+ years of technology industry experience, with high level skills in presales solution design, business management, team building, engineering, design and project management. As a Partner Technology Strategist for Microsoft, I assist Managed Partners in the Greater Philadelphia developing practices through marketing, co-selling, and Microsoft evangelism.