The use of Azure AD and Microsoft 365 has steadily increased over the past few years, and the adoption rate has skyrocketed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While Microsoft is focused on providing users with near 100% uptime, the shared responsibility model used by Microsoft dictates that organizations are still fully responsible for the data stored in Microsoft’s data centers.
Microsoft provides industry-leading features, such as geo-redundancy, that keep your data secure in the event of a large-scale disaster. But even with features like Recycle Bin and retention locks, data loss is not uncommon. There are several reasons why you should take an active role in backing up your data stored in Microsoft data centers.
Microsoft’s tools do not offer complete protection against disasters such as accidental deletions or ransomware attacks. To learn more about the different threats to your Azure AD and Microsoft 365 data, download this free e-book.
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