OneDrive for Business is a collaboration platform used by millions of organizations worldwide. Widespread adoption of OneDrive by businesses also means there is an increase in the risk of data loss due to a wide variety of reasons.
In their Services Agreement, Microsoft states that it is not responsible for backing up your OneDrive data. Specifically, their Services Agreement (Section 6.b) states:
“We strive to keep the services up and running; however, all online services suffer occasional disruptions and outages, and Microsoft is not liable for any disruption or loss you may suffer as a result. In the event of an outage, you may not be able to retrieve your content or data that you’ve stored. We recommend that you regularly backup your content and data that you store on the services or store using third-party apps and services.”
Great, well how do I back up my OneDrive for Business data?
Peace of mind about having your data secure is a wonderful thing. And we’ve got good news – it’s really easy to protect your organization’s OneDrive for Business data from human error, malware, ransomware, employees gone rogue, and more.
Go to https://rewind.com/products/backups/ms365/ to register.
Rewind automatically backs up OneDrive, Exchange Online, SharePoint, Groups and Teams data 6 times a day and offers unlimited data storage and retention so your team never has to worry about maintaining updated backups.