Use of Azure AD and Microsoft 365 has steadily increased over the past few years, and the adoption rate has skyrocketed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While Microsoft focuses on providing users with nearly 100% uptime, the shared responsibility model employed by Microsoft dictates that organizations are still entirely responsible for the data stored in Microsoft’s data centers.
Microsoft does provide state-of-the-art features, like geo-redundancy, that ensure your data is safe in case of large-scale disasters. But even with features like the recycle bin and retention locks, data loss is not uncommon. There are a handful of reasons why you need to take an active role in backing up your data that is stored in Microsoft’s data centers.
Microsoft’s tools don’t offer complete protection against disasters like accidental deletions or ransomware attacks. To learn about the different threats to your Azure AD and Microsoft 365 data, download this free e-book.
No time to read? Attend our free webinar on Nov. 3, 2021 at 2pm ET instead to hear product expert Sujith talk about:
- The different threats to your Azure AD and Microsoft 365 data.
- The limitations of Microsoft’s built-in data restoration tools.
- The different features of RecoveryManager Plus and how they’ll help you overcome various threats to your data.
- Best practices for backing up your Azure AD and Microsoft 365 data.
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