Ever considered that, while Microsoft 365 streamlines your work, it may not fully protect your valuable data? You are right and here are 5 reasons why:
1. Thinking Microsoft Has Your Data Covered? Think Again
You may be wondering, “doesn’t Microsoft take care of Microsoft 365 backup?” While Microsoft provides robust tools and services, the ultimate responsibility for your data lies with you. By backing up your data, you create a reliable protected layer that goes beyond Microsoft 365’s built-in retention policies.
2. You Don’t Want to Be Another Statistic
Data loss is real and you understand its looming threat to your company. In fact, in 2022, a staggering 53% of organizations experienced data loss from SaaS applications!
*As per recent studies by ESG published in February 2023.
3. Oops… I Did It (hopefully not) Again
Imagine an unintentional keystroke and suddenly, important data is wiped out. Accidental deletion is an all-too-common scenario, and one that can strike anyone in your team. Accidents happen, but they don’t have to spell disaster.
4. The Ransomware Roulette
Ransomware attacks are becoming more cunning every day. One unsuspecting click on a deceptive link, and it could set off a chain reaction, encrypting your entire organization’s data and holding it for ransom. But a robust backup strategy will prepare you to bounce back anytime.
5. Tame the Microsoft Teams Data Safari
Did you know that the valuable data you’ve generated in Microsoft Teams doesn’t just stay in Teams? The backend is a tangled web, spread out across Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive. With this additional layer of complexity, it becomes absolutely vital to safeguard your precious data.
It’s time to back up your Microsoft 365 data. Take control, minimize disruption, and ensure the fluidity of your business operations. The question now isn’t whether you need to back up your M365—it’s when you’re going to start.