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Office 365: Restore data met Veeam explorers

Veeam biedt tal van restore mogelijkheden middels de Explorers. Hiermee verkrijg je de data die je wenst waar je het wil en ook nog eens zonder al te veel moeite. Met de Explorers krijg je ook uitgebreide granular zoekfuncties om het eDiscovery proces zo simpel mogelijk te houden en je snel afzonderlijke items kunt zoeken en herstellen. Daarnaast is Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 snel en eenvoudig geïmplementeerd en zorgt voor een perfecte bescherming van de data bij calamiteiten of gebruikersfouten.

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Office 365 Backup: Auxiliary accounts, cloud to cloud

When backing up from Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint Online and OneDrive, Microsoft will place a throttling limit on the download so they can keep consistent access to the data. This throttling metric is provisioned on a per-account login to a single site and is determined by Microsoft. It includes the level of plan you pay for, the size of your organization and the amount of data your site contains. The exact numbers for these parameters are not posted publicly, but you can expect that a company with sub 100 E1 licenses will be on a lower speed tier to a company with over 1,000 E5 licenses.

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Having the right account and knowing your backups’ components is a critical first step in the backup process, but you also need to know the scope of the Microsoft Office 365 environment you want to back up. Which services do you plan on including in this backup scope? Knowing the components you plan on backing up will help greatly when it comes to capacity and resource planning.

You can expect a fairly static data growth when it comes to email because there are more limitations on data that can be exchanged in this form compared to SharePoint and OneDrive for Business where there are very little limitations on the type and size of data that can be uploaded. As you can expect, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business can have unpredictable data growth driven by everyday users. You can also see major spikes in these data areas when your end users start adopting these additional services to share collaborative data with both internal and external parties.

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Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 is responsible for backing up and restoring Exchange, OneDrive, and SharePoint online data. More people than ever are using these products to store business critical data due to its portability, moving between computers in the office, at home and the mobile devices in-between. This portability also opens the data up to more access points, leaving it vulnerable to unwanted modifications both from malicious attacks and unexpected user error. A ransomware attack can be just as devastating to your data as a user deleting or modifying the wrong shared SharePoint site.

What most administrators don’t know is that Microsoft protects the underlying hardware where the data sits but not the data itself, meaning if someone was to modify your data through an access point, Microsoft is not responsible for restoring it back to a previous state. Read more about where Microsoft protection stops in our Office 365 Shared Responsibility Model blog post. Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 helps fill this protection gap so you’re able to restore your data no matter the situation. The following articles in this series will help you get started with the product so you can start protecting your Microsoft Office 365 environment today.

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