Seven Reasons to Back Up Microsoft 365 Data

Businesses have increasingly turned to cloud services. Cloud services can make things more convenient for businesses by shifting maintenance to the vendor. Plus, moving more critical systems to software-as-a-service (SaaS) can reduce costs compared to purchasing on-premises hardware.

One of the biggest players in this space is Microsoft®. More and more businesses are using the cloud-based Microsoft 365™ (formerly Office 365®). Microsoft 365 encompasses a full suite of tools, giving you a bundle for email, data storage,
and productivity tools, to name just a few. However, when it comes to the retention and recoverability of Office 365 data, it may be helpful to consider a supplemental solution to help. 

As an MSP, you’re a trusted advisor for your clients. They look to you to keep
them productive and make sound strategic IT decisions for their business. As a result, it’s important you take extra steps to protect their data. You don’t want to be in the unenviable position of explaining that data is unrecoverable. 

With that in mind, supplementing your customers’ Microsoft 365 instances with additional backup and data protection is essential. This eBook covers seven reasons why this is critical. Knowing these reasons can show you where gaps may exist in Microsoft 365, and help you craft your sales presentations, so you
can persuade prospects to sign up for the service. 

With that in mind, why should you back up Microsoft 365 data? Why isn’t Microsoft 365 enough on its own?

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