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August 20, 2018
Duration: 00:41

What’s new in Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v2

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What’s new in Veeam Backup  for Microsoft Office 365 v2 video

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Enterprises and small businesses alike are using Microsoft Office 365, yet very few fully understand the importance of protecting Office 365 data. Microsoft Office 365 eliminates the need to host your own email, files and content management infrastructure, however, it doesn’t replace the need to have a backup of your business-critical data.

Watch this session with Niels Engelen, Global Product Evangelist, and Russ Kerscher, Global Sr. Product Marketing Manager, where they discuss what’s NEW in Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v2 including:

  • Data Protection for OneDrive for Business
  • Data Protection for SharePoint
  • Major ease-of-use and backup flexibility improvements
  • And much more!

Speakers

Russ Kerscher
Senior Manager, Product Marketing
Niels Engelen
Technologist, Product Strategy
Niels has been in the IT for 5 years working in different areas from the Helpdesk to the Management Layer creating physical and virtual datacenters. Specialized in VMware, Backup & Recovery and designing backup infrastructures. Niels lives in Koersel, Belgium.
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