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Cloud backup solution, fully managed by Nodefusion. Choose to store a secondary copy of your critical Cloud data in a dislocated Cloud repository, or on-premises (Bring your own Storage), for archiving, security and/or regulatory compliance purposes, and let us do the rest. Currently supporting Microsoft 365 data backup.
Are you using public cloud services, such as Microsoft 365? If so, remember that availability and integrity of your critical business information are not guaranteed by the service provider – only service availability is.
Also, in case of accidental or malicious data loss, restoration of data is possible only within a relatively short time window – between 14 and 65 days, depending on the data type.
Regulators may also require your organization to ensure long-term data retention, as well as retention of ex-employee data, which normally gets deleted automatically some time after deprovisioning of their cloud services.
In order to provide an additional layer of protection for your data and/or ensure regulatory compliance, the use of 3rd party data backup services is needed.
Nodefusion provides a turn-key Managed Cloud Backup solution, which seamlessly integrates with your existing Microsoft 365 tenant. No additional hardware infrastructure or software licenses are required, and neither are any system configuration or maintenance services.
If a business or regulatory restriction for business data storage locations exists, an existing S3-compatible storage repository of your choosing can be utilized as the backup data storage location. This can also be an on-premises system, which Nodefusion is also able to provide if needed.
Self-service access, including for data recovery, can also be made available to customers, if required.
Risks do exist, and according to the IBM Data Breach Report we found out that:
More than eight out of ten organizations have been victims of a ransomware attack.
83% of organizations studied have had more than one data breach.
On average it takes more than nine months for organizations to identify and contain a data breach.