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You’ve been hearing from us for a while that it’s important to protect the data you work with in SaaS applications such as Microsoft Office 365. Even though SaaS application providers do an excellent job of protecting your data from infrastructure or application failures, they can’t (and won’t) protect you from the mistakes your admins and users may make, nor will they protect you from malicious activity.
As an Office 365 user, you join one billion others across the globe now using Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite. And that number is projected to grow rapidly in the near future.
Today we are excited to announce the general availability of Spanning Backup for Office 365 which provides daily, automated and on-demand backup and accurate restore of Mail. Soon, we will extend support to Calendars, People (Contacts), OneDrive for Business and SharePoint.
If you manage, administer, or use SaaS applications like Google Apps, Salesforce, or Office 365, this blog post will help you understand why SaaS metadata is critical to your job, and to your organization’s success.
The Spanning team was at Microsoft Ignite last week to introduce our backup and restore solution for Office 365, and the overall response affirmed what research told us: messaging and collaboration admins are actively looking for a better way to protect their Office 365 data, and Spanning is sparking a lot of interest.
When we announced our Spanning Backup for Office 365 beta, we expected a strong, positive response. But we were surprised by how much our beta customers “get it.”
If you’re a SaaS application administrator (for example, you manage Google for Work, or Salesforce, or Office 365) and don’t know much about the importance of metadata for your SaaS apps, you’re not alone.