Addressing the critical gaps in SaaS backup, recovery, and archivalThe cloud apps data protection handbook
Who is responsible for your Office 365 and Salesforce data loss?
Know the critical gaps in SaaS backup, recovery, and archival and what you need to do about it.
Organizations that assume SaaS applications don’t require backup, or that the SaaS vendor’s data protection is good enough, may place critical data at risk” – Gartner
Cloud-based applications have become critical to businesses and operations around the globe. But do leading software as a service (SaaS) providers such as Slack, Microsoft, Google, and Salesforce protect their customers’ data with equally critical backup options? Can they quickly and easily recover deleted data when needed, or is it just lost?
Most organizations are not aware of the retention and recovery limitations that come with their user agreement, until it is too late – leading to loss of business-critical data, and burdened with recovery costs, time, and tedious efforts.
Our partner, Druva, has developed a handbook that discloses the missing layers of SaaS apps data protection, and what is at stake without third-party data protection.
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Did you know?
Salesforce announced that they are retiring their “Data Recovery” service on 31 July 2020.
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