How to ensure your Microsoft 365 data is backed up.
Chances are, right now you have a Microsoft 365 application open. Over 1 million companies around the world rely on the suite of Outlook, OneDrive, OneDrive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams on a daily basis. They're mainstays of modern business that virtually everyone is familiar with and they're provided by one of the biggest names in the tech industry. So what possible downside could there be to backing up these applications?
Cybersecurity is at an all time high. 43% of businesses hit with ransomware never re-open and 29% close within 2 years. With AI, it's extremely difficult for IT teams to stay ahead of cyber threats and it's even more difficult to keep employees informed of what to look for. This Cybersecurity Toolkit was designed for both IT teams and outside employees to make cybersecurity awareness a bit easier to understand and teach.
This report represents a global outlook and is based on over 650,000 unique endpoints distributed around the world. The main focus here is on threats for Windows operating systems, as they are much more prevalent when compared with macOS. We will see how the situation develops and may include data on macOS threats in the next report, as there has been a recent spike in these threats.
There can be quite a few challenges when it comes to backing up your sensitive data. This comprehensive checklist goes step by step on how to make a backup plan and the following action items that follow. From discovering what needs to be protected, to the audit and testing process, use this comprehensive checklist to make sure all bases are covered for a successful recovery.