Even in the cloud, organizations need to plan for business continuity and data recovery, The key to protecting information assets begins with understanding Microsoft 365 data resiliency and recovery.
HOBOKEN, N.J. (PRWEB)
September 29, 2021
A leading NYC area Microsoft Partner and cloud services provider explains Microsoft 365 data resiliency and recovery in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website. The informative article first cites several risk scenarios for cloud data, including human error, intentional destruction of data, and cyber-crime.
The author then discusses the built-in data redundancy and emergency backup of Microsoft cloud data, including redundant data centers, temporary backups, versioning, and post-deletion retention. She then lists four reasons to implement a third-party backup.
“Even in the cloud, organizations need to plan for business continuity and data recovery,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “The key to protecting information assets begins with understanding Microsoft 365 data resiliency and recovery.”
Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Protecting Critical Data Starts with Microsoft 365 Data Resiliency and Recovery.”
Built-in Data Redundancy and Emergency Backup
“To begin with, Microsoft mirrors your data in at least two separate data centers. This drastically reduces the possibility that a natural disaster or outage will render your data inaccessible. Additionally, SharePoint Online keeps backups of all content for 14 days.”
Microsoft 365 Data Resiliency and Recovery in SharePoint and OneDrive
“Microsoft 365 protects data in SharePoint and OneDrive in multiple ways. All plans enable versioning by default, storing 500 versions of each file. Users can revert back to an earlier version. And organizations can increase the limit to 50,000 versions if necessary.”
Data Retention in Exchange Online
“Microsoft also provides several features to protect mailbox data. For instance, Exchange retains deleted mailboxes for 30 days. And when an individual item is deleted, it remains in the Deleted Items folder until someone clears the folder. At that point, individual items are retained for another 14 days before being permanently deleted. That period can be lengthened to 30 days.”
“In addition to standard retention features, organizations with Microsoft 365 E3 or E5 plans can define data retention policies. These policies preserve data, deleted or not, for the time period specified in the policy.”
Making Sense of the Options
While Microsoft takes good care of cloud data, it can be confusing to sort through the various options and determine the need for additional backups. Likewise, effective implementation of compliance retention requires familiarity with Microsoft 365 administration.
With their longstanding Microsoft partnership and deep experience in data security and business continuity, the experts at eMazzanti Technologies help business leaders grow their business with Microsoft 365.
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