Microsoft 365 backup and recovery software to protect your business data

Simple and secure Microsoft 365 backup for your critical data.

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Advanced and Automated Microsoft 365 Backup and Recovery

Flexible Cloud Backup

Protect your essential Microsoft 365 data stored in the cloud with Unitrends Backup. This daily automated service provides unlimited storage and the ability to restore individual files to exact points in time. It also offers cloud retention options that meet your budget and compliance needs.

Recovery in Seconds

Eliminate the hours spent trying to retrieve an email. Instead, do it quickly with a quick search and a user-friendly design. With Unitrends you can restore entire folders, calendars, or mailbox information.

Affordable Retention

Unitrends Backup for Microsoft 365 provides an affordable way to store and retain your data in the cloud. You can select the policy that best fits your financial situation and regulatory compliance needs. As well as customize it based on your specific requirements, like keeping documents for one year and emails for three months.

Additional Powerful features of Unitrends backup for Microsoft 365

Delete-Proof Protection for Exchange, SharePoint and OneDrive

Your employees can work from any location and access their documents on Microsoft 365. Unfortunately, they may also delete those documents. Unitrends Backup for Microsoft 365 allows you to go back to a specific point in time and easily recover the files.

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Delete-proof protection

Secure, GDPR and HIPAA Compliant Backup

Unitrends Backup for Microsoft 365 has successfully completed the SSAE 16 SOC 2 Type II audit process. This is a rigorous evaluation of operational and security controls. Unitrends is a GDPR and HIPAA compliant solution and we are happy to walk you through our Business Associate Agreement.

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Compliant Backup

Included Dark Web Monitoring

Our Dark Web Monitoring, which is integrated into Microsoft 365 and Unitrends, will notify you when any credentials have been compromised or stolen. This allows you to take immediate steps to secure the accounts before any harm can be done. Furthermore, you can use the audit, report, and search capabilities of Microsoft 365 and Unitrends to see if any data has been lost and to restore any corrupted data quickly.

Dark Web Monitoring

Chose Your Rentention and Licence Price

Unitrends Backup for Microsoft 365 adapts to the way organizations work — mobile first, cloud first.

You can select the retention policy that fits your budget and compliance needs. All licenses let you tailor policies based on data type (email or file protection), up to the retention limit of your license. These tools make it easy to meet the regulatory requirements for your industry and SLAs.

Unlimited Retention

1-Year Retention

Not available for MSPs

Take control of your data protection with Unitrends.

Frequently Asked Questions about Unitrends’ Microsoft 365 backup and recovery

Get daily, automated backup with unlimited storage and point-in-time, granular restore of Microsoft 365 Mail, Teams, Calendar, OneDrive and SharePoint with Unitrends.

Backing up Microsoft 365 data is important for several reasons:

  • Protection against accidental deletion: Even though Microsoft 365 offers a certain level of data protection, it does not protect against accidental deletion or corruption. Without a backup, you risk losing critical data, including emails, documents, and contacts.
  • Compliance: Depending on your industry or location, you may be required by law or regulation to keep a copy of your data. Backing up your Microsoft 365 data ensures that you are compliant with regulations and can avoid penalties or fines.
  • Business continuity: In the event of a disaster or outage, having a backup of your Microsoft 365 data ensures that your business can continue to operate with minimal disruption. You can quickly restore your data and resume business operations.
  • Security: With a backup, you have an additional layer of protection against cyber threats such as ransomware attacks or other types of malware. In case of an attack, you can restore your data from a backup rather than paying the ransom or losing your data permanently.

Overall, backing up Microsoft 365 data is critical for protecting your business against data loss, complying with regulations, maintaining business continuity, and safeguarding against security threats.

Yes, Microsoft does offer some built-in backup and recovery options for Microsoft 365 data. These options vary depending on the Microsoft 365 plan you have and the type of data you want to back up.

While these built-in options provide some level of data protection, they may not be sufficient for all business needs. It is recommended to consider additional backup solutions, such as Unitrends, to ensure that your Microsoft 365 data is fully protected and able to be recovered in case of data loss.

Here are some best practices for backing up Microsoft 365 data:

  1. Choose a reliable backup solution: There are many backup solutions available for Microsoft 365, so choose one that is reliable and meets your needs. Look for a solution that offers automatic backups, easy restoration options, and regular monitoring.
  2. Back up all critical data: Ensure that you back up all critical data, including emails, contacts, calendars, OneDrive files, SharePoint data, and Microsoft Teams data.
  3. Schedule backups: Schedule regular backups to ensure that your data is always up-to-date. Consider backing up your data daily or weekly, depending on your business needs.
  4. Test your backups: Regularly test your backups to ensure that you can successfully restore your data if needed. This will help you identify any issues with your backup solution and fix them before it's too late.
  5. Store backups securely: Ensure that your backups are stored securely to prevent unauthorized access. Consider encrypting your backups and storing them offsite or in the cloud.
  6. Have a disaster recovery plan: Have a disaster recovery plan in place that outlines what to do in case of data loss or a security breach. This should include steps for restoring your data from backups and ensuring business continuity.

By following these best practices, you can ensure that your Microsoft 365 data is backed up and protected against data loss, security threats, and other risks.

Microsoft 365 data is generally secure, as Microsoft implements a range of security measures to protect its customers' data.

Here are some of the security measures Microsoft uses to protect Microsoft 365 data:

  • Encryption: Microsoft 365 data is encrypted both at rest and in transit. This means that data is protected from unauthorized access both when it is stored and when it is transmitted over the internet.
  • Multi-factor authentication: Multi-factor authentication is available for Microsoft 365 accounts. This adds an extra layer of security by requiring users to provide additional proof of their identity before accessing their accounts.
  • Access controls: Microsoft 365 includes a range of access controls that allow you to restrict access to your data. For example, you can set permissions on files and folders in OneDrive and SharePoint to ensure that only authorized users can access them.
  • Compliance certifications: Microsoft 365 is certified to comply with a range of industry standards and regulations, including ISO 27001, HIPAA, and GDPR. This demonstrates Microsoft's commitment to security and compliance.

While Microsoft 365 is generally secure, it's important to take additional steps to protect your data. This includes using strong passwords, enabling multi-factor authentication, and regularly reviewing access controls to ensure that only authorized users have access to your data. Additionally, backing up your Microsoft 365 data is an important step in protecting against data loss and other risks.

Microsoft 365 and Office 365 are two cloud-based productivity suites offered by Microsoft, but Microsoft 365 is a newer and more comprehensive offering. Office 365 includes the traditional suite of desktop applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, as well as OneNote, Publisher, and Access.

On the other hand, Microsoft 365 includes all of the applications in Office 365, as well as additional features and services like Teams, SharePoint, and Exchange Online. It also includes advanced security features such as conditional access and data loss prevention.

While Office 365 is primarily geared towards personal and business productivity, Microsoft 365 is designed to be a complete solution for businesses of all sizes, offering collaboration and communication tools in addition to the productivity suite. Microsoft 365 also includes features such as Windows 10 Enterprise, which is not available with Office 365.

Overall, Microsoft 365 is a more comprehensive solution for businesses that need advanced security and collaboration tools, while Office 365 is a simpler option for personal and small business use.