Category: Backup & Recovery

5 Reasons Why You Need to Backup Microsoft 365 (and other SaaS platforms)

There is no argument that SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) platforms like Microsoft Office 365, Google Workspace, and Salesforce continue to transform the ways in which we work. Gartner estimates that 70% of the business applications used today are SaaS-based, a number which is growing every single day. Many organisations assume that since their SaaS platform data already…
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SaaS Backup – The Shared Responsibility Model

Do SaaS Vendors Provide Backup for Your Data? Let’s cut straight to the chase, the simple answer is no. Microsoft doesn’t backup Microsoft Office 365, and Google doesn’t backup Google Workspace. In fact, across all the major SaaS environments, your own data is still 100% your responsibility, just as it would be with your critical…
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3-2-1-1 – The New Standard in Backup and Recovery

“3-2-1” Backups Are NOT Reliable in the Age of Ransomware Most people in the world of IT will be familiar with the old “3-2-1” backup strategy, which had become a pretty standard data protection technique: Three copies of data (primary and two backups); two copies stored locally on two different formats (NAS, tape or local…
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How Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) Attacks Have Changed the Game Forever

Ransomware is surging wildly out of control. It seems you can’t even glance at the news today without hearing of another organisation falling victim to a major breach. In 2021, you are currently more likely to be hit by ransomware than not. 84% of organisations have reported a “high concern” incident relating to ransomware in…
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5 Reasons to Choose E-ZU as Your Preferred Microsoft CSP

Whether your organisation is right at the beginning of your journey to Microsoft Office 365, or perhaps you’re already well under way and now it’s about which direction enables you to make the most of Microsoft 365 on your ongoing voyage in the Modern Workplace, it can be difficult to know what makes a good…
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