Why do I need to backup 365 data, doesn’t Microsoft do this?

People delete data. Mostly accidentally, sometimes intentionally. And there is the ever-present threat of ransomware and other malware.

Office 365 provides redundancy, but that only ensures the availability of the present state of the data. It does not back up the data to protect against data loss events. That means that even in the cloud, data protection is necessary.

Comprehensive Office 365 data protection

Exchange Online Backup: Email, calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, journals, public folders SharePoint Backup: Site Collections, subsites, lists, folders, files, versions OneDrive for Business Backup: Full account, folders, files, versions Groups & Teams Backup: Conversations, Calendar, Files, Notebook, Modern Team Sites

Reliable and secure

SkyKick Cloud Backup uses industry leading 256-bit encryption at rest and 128-bit in transit. Your data never leaves the Azure environment, which ensures all the inherent security and compliance capabilities that Azure offers. Backup data can be stored at any of the more than 15 Azure data centres available globally – including multiple country specific options in Europe, North America and Asia. Customers can also opt to store backup data in their own Azure tenants (at additional cost).

Up to 6 backups a day

SkyKick Cloud Backup takes multiple snapshots at regular intervals throughout the day.

There is no limit to how much user mailbox data is backed up in SkyKick Cloud Backup, nor is there a time limit to how long it is retained, provided you maintain an active subscription.


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