Backups and restorations used to be a pain. Everything moves faster today than yesterday. Connections, links, and your company’s crucial data change by the second. So, what happens if your mission, brand, and company-critical systems fail? If imagining such a failure makes your head, wallet, and heart hurt, read on to worry less.
We agree with Microsoft’s recommendation about using third-party backup solutions for Office 365 data. Microsoft’s recommendation is a good idea for all your mission-critical IT. We’ve helped customers set up cloud-to-cloud (C2C) backup solutions that are fast, granular, easy to use, automatic, and continuous. So, let’s unpack that last sentence.
Single cloud systems fail, but two cloud systems failing simultaneously is lightning-strike rare. We’ve lost access to Office 365 and AWS (Amazon workstations), but NEVER at the same time. The second cloud backup is similar to the off-site backups created years ago.
We used to back up at night because backing up could strain or slow critical IT. Today, thanks to the cloud, backups happen automatically and continuously. Granularity, in this context, is choosing the closest time to when your system failed. The closer you can get to the time of the failure point, the less data you lose.
Cloud-to-cloud backups are easy to use, automatic, and continuous. We’ve helped many customers add cloud-to-cloud backup systems, so it usually only takes us about fifteen minutes to configure and start backing up your data.
Backing up and restoration has never been easier or more flexible. Our C2C backup systems can restore data from:
It's easy to fully restore or select a point in time (granularity). You can restore everything in SharePoint, including site templates, custom lists, permissions, and metadata. Restoration flexibility reduces the labor and expense associated with files-only restoration. We'll set up your cloud-to-cloud backup system so your data is deduplicated and compressed to maximize storage efficiency and minimize restoration time.