Register here to receive a free, 60-day license for AD360
While IT teams are busy ensuring the availability of their IT infrastructure as we witness widespread remote work, another key responsibility for them is to ensure the perfect functioning of their backup and recovery systems to protect against any unexpected data loss.
A major problem with working remotely is that there’s an increased risk of business data being exfiltrated—A remote employee might use the same device for both work and personal use, mixing personal data with business data and exposing it to vulnerabilities. For example, a malicious file accidentally downloaded can cause a computer to crash. If business-critical data is lost, it can have serious repercussions, especially in these taxing times.
We, at ManageEngine, are aware of the huge responsibility that sysadmins are shouldering, and we want to help. We’re offering AD360, our IAM solution, for free for the next two months. If you think your organization can benefit from this, you can register here for a license.
With AD360’s backup and recovery module, you can remotely:
Back up AD objects, Exchange mailboxes and OneDrive files to any desired location, either on-premise or cloud repositories, all from a single console.
Schedule backups at fixed intervals and ensure that the most recent version of your AD, Office 365, and Exchange environments are backed up.
Delegate backup jobs to technicians with granular permission, on an ad hoc basis.
Mitigate ransomware risks by restoring entire mailboxes, calendar entries and SharePoint online sites instantly with a few clicks.
ManageEngine AD360 comes equipped with several modules that helps tackle all your IAM challenges across on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments.
If you think your organization could benefit from a holistic identity and access governance solution like AD360, register for a free license. Our support team will help you deploy the solution and provide any technical assistance you might need.
Together, we can make it through these trying times.