Do I need to backup Office 365? part 2

In part 1 of our blog around Office 365 backup we cover Microsoft’s methodology on how it protects your Office 365 data against loss. In this second part we cover: versioning and the restore process The most important arguments when choosing a 3rd-party backup tool. Versioning When versioning is activated, it saves different versions of […]

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Do I need Office 365 backup?

With a big trend towards adoption of Microsoft Office 365, businesses need to consider the protection of their data. Microsoft and Veeam both warn users of the risk of not backing up your Office 365 data. It’s simply not the case that you can migrate to Office 365 and rest assured that you are safe […]

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Housing Associations – reclassified as private organisations

As Housing Associations are reclassified from public sector to ‘private bodies’, what does that mean for them and how does that impact on IT availability? Plan B explores. The main thrust behind housing associations being reclassified from public sector to private bodies is to enable them to borrow more money and therefore build more homes at a […]

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Multi-cloud for disaster recovery

Disaster recovery software providers such as Zerto are rapidly adding multi-cloud capabilities into their DR solutions. In fact Zerto’s virtual replication 6.0 proposes to solve the ‘multi-cloud crisis’ (if there is such a thing). But what does multi-cloud mean? Simply put, it means that your workloads can be accessed via another cloud, enabling businesses to mix the […]

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