Your business has completed its Microsoft 365 migration to the productivity cloud. Your team is thriving with the tools and services that the cloud platform offers. The seamless collaboration of accessing your files from any device in any place in the world is invaluable to your company. So now what do you do if disaster strikes? What happens when you realize that in an instant all of your data is gone? How do you continue to serve your clients with no information?
Don’t wait until after a loss in data to ask the important questions!
StoredTech helps keep your cloud data protected after your Microsoft 365 migration. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we have the expertise and experience to implement, monitor, and safeguard your Microsoft 365 data. A big misconception about Microsoft is that all of your data is automatically backed up and recoverable. Unfortunately, that is not the case. But don’t worry! We are here to inform you of the gaps that may lie within your Microsoft 365 accounts and how to keep business resilience when preparing for uncertain times.
Microsoft Pushes “Shared Responsibility”
Microsoft’s shared responsibility model within the cloud differs between Software as a Service (Saas), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). There are some security tasks that Microsoft does not account for. According to Microsoft, you are responsible for protecting the security of your data and identities, on-premises resources, and the cloud components you control including data, endpoints, accounts and access management.
With the shared responsibility of backing up yours and your clients crucial information within your Microsoft 365 accounts, it’s important to understand exactly where the gaps are in protecting your data. StoredTech partners with organizations as a managed service provider. We provide solutions for all your IT needs. We ensure that routine backups are regularly performed on your Microsoft 365 accounts to keep your business prepared in the event of a loss of data. Your business will eliminate risk, meet compliance, and decrease downtime with effective business continuity planning.
We plan to keep our partners protected with data backup and disaster recovery services. A business continuity plan includes defending your valuable information if it is mistakenly deleted or intentionally stolen.
When your business completes a Microsoft 365 migration, you gain access to hundreds of applications offered by Microsoft in addition to your favorites like Office, Excel, and PowerPoint. Small businesses and enterprise size companies benefit from Microsoft 365 migration, bringing them to a digital transformation. A seamless collaboration is created for remote workers, staff in different offices, and overall productivity. These applications are designed to help your team create, connect and get more done from anywhere.
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Your Microsoft 365 is Not Automatically Backed Up
Full backup and recovery protection is critical for your Microsoft 365 data. Not only does it protect your information from disappearing, it also provides advanced threat detection and prevents malicious malware.
If you are an enterprise size business, you surely have a business continuity plan in place. Small businesses may not have one, yet have just as much to risk if they lose all of their data. Most business owners assume that their Microsoft 365 data is automatically backed up. StoredTech deploys Datto’s multi-layered ‘SaaS Protection’ and ‘SaaS Detection’ to scan for cyber threats, ensure recovery, and perform backups 3x a day.
Why Do I Need to Retain My Data?
Businesses need to retain their essential business data for compliance, legal purposes, and client retention. Many industries such as healthcare, banking, and government agencies require long-term data storage. Your business needs to be up and running quickly if your accounts are compromised or hardware fails. With StoredTech operating in the background, you get the benefits of a large corporate style IT team.
StoredTech is your Go-To Managed Service Provider for your Microsoft 365 Backup and Recovery Solutions
Ensure your Microsoft 365 accounts are recoverable if there is a loss of data. There are several reasons why you would need to recover your businesses essential data including:
- Accidental deletion caused by human error
- Intentional deletion from a bad employee
- Cyber criminals hacked into your system via viruses, ransomware or malware attack, compromised accounts
- Technical failures causing physical damage caused by natural disasters, power surges, or deteriorating devices.
StoredTech helps our partners develop comprehensive strategies for Microsoft 365 backup and recovery solutions. As you now know, Microsoft does not provide full backup services. Microsoft states your information is only stored for up to 90 days. After the limited period, your data is deleted. Don’t be left wondering what you could have done to prepare! Talk to an IT professional today about protecting your mission-critical data.