Category: Office 365 Backup

Office 365 Admin Best Practices

Office 365 Admin Best Practices

Businesses are quickly moving business-critical systems, data, services, and other roles to the public cloud. Public cloud environments are becoming increasingly powerful, with new features and functionality being added regularly. Microsoft’s Office 365 public cloud is an extremely popular and feature-rich cloud offering that provides numerous capabilities to businesses wanting to migrate resources from on-premises to the public cloud.

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Ultimate Office 365 Backup Guide

Office 365 Backup Guide

Microsoft Office 365 is arguably a leader in the realm of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions today. Many organizations are migrating their business-critical services and data resources to Office 365. It provides enterprise-level services and features that allow businesses to host some of their most mission critical infrastructure from a service perspective, in the public cloud. This is all done on top of Microsoft’s world-class infrastructure that is protected by high availability mechanisms which are simply unattainable for most organizations. Additionally, Microsoft provides a familiar face to the public cloud. Microsoft has been the premier vendor for most infrastructure software and business applications in on-premises enterprise environments for decades now.

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Office 365 Security Guide 2019

office 365 security guide helps enterprise address cloud security concerns

This Office 365 security Guide contains a list of Office 365 security best practices administrators should implement to protect their data in Microsoft Office 365, one of the most powerful business productivity suites housed in the public cloud today. Many businesses today are either already running business-critical services and applications in Microsoft’s Office 365 environment or they are considering the move from on-prem to public cloud by way of Office 365. Office 365 certainly touts some really great benefits for organizations looking to move to the public cloud. As with any technology solution used for business today, it must be scrutinized for any potential security risks.

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Office 365 Backup. The Cost of Data Loss

Office 365 backup.The Cost of Data Loss

Data is at the very heart of today’s businesses, both large and small. In the past, the criticality of data was more of a concern for larger corporations. In today’s data-driven world, even small business revenue, including “mom and pop” operations and SMB markets is driven by data and technology. So many businesses today are utilizing technology to make business operations more efficient, accurate, and to lower the head count required to carry out business-critical operations. More and more businesses across the board are moving their data-centric operations to the public cloud. Public cloud has revolutionized the way businesses of every size are thinking about IT infrastructure and where their data is stored, processed, and archived.

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Cloud Backups vs Archives. Why Each Are Needed

Cloud Backups vs Archives: Why Each Are Needed

No organization today is exempt from need to retrieve data for various purposes whether it is for disaster recovery, legal matters, financial audits, or other business-specific use cases. Organizations have traditionally protected data in on-premises environments in the typical fashion of rotating backups through a schedule of retention policies. Backup data then gets shifted to longer term storage for having on hand in case the need arises to access historic data. As businesses shift more and more data to cloud environments, understanding how specific data can be recalled in the event of not only disaster recovery, but other cases of business need, is a question that organizations must consider.

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Backup Strategy Best Practices for On-Premise and Cloud

Backup Strategy Best Practices for On-Premise and Cloud

The heart of data protection, both in the enterprise and in the cloud, is backups. No matter how many mechanisms are in place for high availability of infrastructure as well as security mechanisms, backing data up is critically important. Backups allow organizations to protect their most valuable asset against all types of events or disaster recovery scenarios. There are various types of backup technologies and use cases that come into play when architecting data protection solutions for both on-premises and cloud environments.

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Spinbackup Releases Office 365 Backup

Spinbackup Releases Office 365 Backup to a Secure Cloud Storage on AWS and GCP

San Francisco, CA, December 03, 2018 – Spinbackup, a leading global cloud backup and cloud cybersecurity solutions provider for SaaS applications, announced today the general availability of Office 365 Backup & Recovery to a secure cloud storage on AWS and GCP with multiple storage locations. Office 365 Backup & Recovery by Spinbackup is available now. Pricing is $3 per user per month with a minimum of 5 licenses if paid annually, and $4 per user per month with a minimum of 20 licenses if paid on a month to month basis.

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