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Microsoft 365 Disaster Recovery: Mitigating Risks and Ensuring Business Continuity

As organizations increasingly rely on Microsoft 365 for business productivity and collaboration, protecting this critical data from loss becomes imperative. With data residing in the cloud, the shared responsibility model dictates that while Microsoft secures the infrastructure, users must implement strong data protection and disaster recovery protocols. Read more
Alison Connor
Alison Connor

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance Guide

Chances are, if you have used a spreadsheet, you have used Microsoft 365 – one of the most popular office suites in use. According to Statista, Microsoft has 46% of the world market. The suite consists of numerous related applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint. In total, there are up to 14 different apps. Read more
Alison Connor
Alison Connor

Senior Product Marketing Manager

SharePoint Backup: Methods and Best Practices

SharePoint's native integration with Microsoft 365 makes it a popular tool for collaboration and content sharing. Organizations often find themselves storing, organizing, and sharing significant amounts of data on SharePoint Online or an on-premises SharePoint server, making it crucial to regularly back up the platform. Read more
Edward Watson
Edward Watson

Senior Manager, Product Marketing

Microsoft 365 Native Security: Unlocking Compliance and Monitoring Features

No business is exempt from meeting some kind of compliance or governing regulation. These controls are put in place (generally speaking) to help ensure trust and consistency when dealing with goods and services. When it comes to “as a Service” offerings, these regulations can enter grey areas and offer misconceptions of who is responsible — and at fault — if there is a violation. Read more
Karinne Bessette
Karinne Bessette

Technologist, Product Strategy