Many organizations are adopting Microsoft’s highly successful Office 365 productivity and collaboration suite of tools in the cloud. But not all of them realize the inherent data risks that must be addressed to ensure ongoing end-user productivity and to safeguard intellectual property. Further, data protection responsibility for Office 365 falls squarely on the customer’s shoulders, as stated by Microsoft in their Services Agreement, “We recommend that you regularly backup your content and data that you store on the services or store using third-party apps and services”.
Read this whitepaper to learn more about these five key Office 365 data risk considerations when planning your data protection strategy: human error, insider threats, ransomware, data retention gaps and compliance, and legal hold and eDiscovery.
You will also learn why you should turn to Druva for a comprehensive, scalable, and cost effective SaaS platform to protect Office 365 data, and other workloads, from these common risks.