This week, we expanded our data protection platform with Carbonite™ Cloud-to-Cloud, which offers comprehensive, automatic backup for desktops, tablets and mobile devices—and protects data across the entire Microsoft Office 365 Suite, including SharePoint, OneDrive, Exchange and Teams. The solution is available now.
According to industry analyst firm ESG’s latest research, 79% of organizations that responded currently use or plan to use Office 365. However, despite the proliferation of SaaS applications, 33% of organizations believe that SaaS-based applications don’t need to be backed up (Source: ESG Master Survey Results, Data Protection Cloud Strategies, June 2019.). This, of course, is not true. Backup for Office 365 is as important as protecting onsite deployments
Carbonite Cloud-to-Cloud protects against data loss resulting from accidental deletion, ransomware, and other types of unauthorized access to the data hosted onsite or in cloud-hosted Office 365 applications. Users can easily restore data from lost, stolen, or damaged devices, as well. With Cloud-to-Cloud, you get:
- Automated backup for Office 365 including Teams, SharePoint, and OneDrive
- Laptop, tablet and smartphone data protection
- Policy controlled backups that don’t interfere with end user productivity
- Quick, silent and centralized deployment & management
- Site-level rollback to easily restore Office 365 data
- Global location tracking
- Remote wipe and poison pill
An ideal solution for Azure users
Endpoint can be a good fit for organizations with an existing Azure footprint or those that are in the process of moving workloads to Azure.
“Carbonite provides a comprehensive data protection solution that helps IT organizations realize the advantages of Microsoft Azure deployments,” said Norman Guadagno, SVP, Marketing at Carbonite. “From Carbonite Migrate, which automates workload migration for complex systems, to Carbonite Cloud-to-Cloud, which provides total Microsoft Office 365 protection, the Carbonite puts powerful data protection into the hands of Azure users.”