Three Critical Features You Need in a Microsoft 365 Backup and Archive Solution (part 1)
Aug 31,2023 | AddOn Systems Pte Ltd
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Not all backup solutions are created equal, so it’s important to identify what you actually need before you start the conversation. At a minimum, you’ll want full-coverage backups with flexible recovery options, plus a high level of performance and scalability, so the solution grows with your organization. Beyond that, there are other advanced features to consider that will enhance your ability to protect, recover, archive, and even manage your organization’s Microsoft 365 data.
1. Full Coverage
When a backup solution only protects mailboxes, but your organization relies heavily on Microsoft Teams for internal communications, that solution isn’t going to meet your needs. There are many offerings that only protect mailboxes, and some have expanded to protect OneDrive for Business as well.
A full-coverage backup solution should be able to target specific mailboxes or site collections with unique policies. Alternatively, it should be able to cover all mailboxes, OneDrive for Business site collections, SharePoint, and Teams with a default policy.
When covering all targets with a default policy, the solution should auto-enroll new users when they’re added to your organization so new mailboxes, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint, and Teams are automatically included in the scope of protection.
If you’re looking for a complete Microsoft 365 backup solution, you want something that can handle it all:
|Exchange Online||OneDrive for Business||Teams|
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