#1 Office 365 Backup Guide

Since the inception of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365, Veeam has made it our mission to educate the IT community on the importance of protecting data in Office 365. Fortunately, as time has gone by, more and more organizations understand the “why” of SaaS backup and want to focus on the “how”. So, we have created a new easy-to-read technical guide on Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 which explains everything from what the components are, to how get up and running creating your first backups and restores. Let’s cover a few important aspects of deploying Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

5 ways Veeam protects Office 365 that BaaS vendors can’t match

As you evaluate Office 365 Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) vendors, you may notice a few similarities in how they describe their solutions – “easy deployments” and “cost efficient” are buzzwords commonly used. However, before you decide to utilize a BaaS vendor, you need to be aware of a few pitfalls. Veeam’s foundational approach to Office 365 backup has 5 clear advantages over most BaaS vendors in the market, and they are reasons why our customers love Veeam. Let’s take a close look. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

How to automate adding Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Auxiliary accounts

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 is subject to throttling rules placed on SharePoint sites. These rules limit traffic speed for any item downloaded per user from any SharePoint site or OneDrive for Business on Microsoft servers. These throttling rules generally go unnoticed in day-to-day use of the cloud product but can drastically limit backup recovery point objectives. Veeam has a solution to this problem in the way of Auxiliary backup accounts. Read more
Karinne Bessette
Karinne Bessette

Technologist, Product Strategy

Why backup OneDrive for Business

Storing and sharing data is not unique to the digital age and has always been an essential part of the business. What has changed is the way we achieve this exchange. In the evolution of technologies came the evolution of communication. To exchange large data sets, we no longer need to copy information physically to hand it to another stakeholder. This can be achieved by storing data to a public cloud provider, which both parties have trust in. This kind of trusted transaction can help with sharing data both externally and internally. One of the most notable public cloud providers who facilitate this kind of exchange is Microsoft, with OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. Read more
Karinne Bessette
Karinne Bessette

Technologist, Product Strategy