Duration: 1 hour
Microsoft Teams is now the center of our productivity universe—but should you back it up? Although Teams has its own basic retention, it does not fully protect against user error or security threats, nor does it enable long-term retention for compliance or regulatory purposes. With the rush to deploy Teams, many organizations still don't understand the "what, why and how" of protecting this critical data ... so make sure you do!
In this webinar from Veeam:
- Learn 8 important facts about Teams backup
- Find out how Teams works and how to efficiently protect it
- Get an overview of the #1 Office 365 backup solution in the market
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Edward Watson, Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, Veeam Software
Edward Watson is Senior Global Product Marketing Manager at Veeam Software. Over the past few years, he's led the product launch and adoption of the #1 Office 365 backup solution in the industry: Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Throughout his career, Edward has successfully brought numerous data protection offerings to market on a global scale, fueled by his start as a cloud service provider. He has a passion for communicating the value of protecting cloud-based workloads and helping organizations succeed in all their backup needs.
Karinne Bessette, Technologist, Veeam Software
Karinne Bessette is a Technologist at Veeam within the Product Strategy teams. Karinne has a strong technical background in network and security, with certifications from Cisco for Security (CCNA) and Routing & Switching (CCNA) as well as CompTIA Network+ and Security+. She's well-versed in multiple operating systems, achieving Linux Professional Institutes Essentials and CompTIA A+ certifications. She's developed project management skills to self-manage tasks in a goal-oriented fashion, obtaining the Project+ from CompTIA. In her time at Veeam she's written and updated documentation, completed VMCE certification, lead a team as a Technical Senior, and has pushed to obtain technical knowledge outside the scope of her role.