Native Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Office 365) data protection falls short of the backup requirements most IT organizations need. Versioning and replication don’t protect against accidental changes or malicious attacks. NetVault provides comprehensive backup and recovery for Exchange and SharePoint Online, Teams, OneDrive and Azure Active Directory. You can reduce backup and recovery time using incremental-forever backups with synthetic-full backup capabilities.
You need a Microsoft 365 backup solution with comprehensive data protection capabilities that you can configure and manage on your own. You need more flexibility and control over how backup and restore is deployed and managed. With NetVault, you control when and how often to run backup, and choose what you want to protect. You determine how long to keep Microsoft 365 backups and can store them where you want—in Azure, on another cloud like AWS or even on-premises. Best of all, you pick when, where and how to restore your Microsoft 365 data. With NetVault, you can truly achieve a 3-2-1 backup strategy for data protection and disaster recovery.
When used with Quest QoreStor™, NetVault offers data immutability such that backup data cannot be overwritten, changed, or deleted outside of the required retention settings. You can also use data encryption for extra security.
If you prefer to deploy NetVault in the data center, you can protect Microsoft 365 by backing up to Azure storage, including Quest QoreStor cloud-based data deduplication that can reduce storage by up to 95%. QoreStor enables the use of low-cost Azure object storage and provides the ability to replicate backups to another cloud, or your data center, for disaster recovery.
Deploy NetVault directly in the Azure cloud and leverage Azure for your Microsoft 365 backup repository. And by adding Quest QoreStor cloud-based data deduplication to NetVault, you can reduce your cloud storage by up to 95%. QoreStor enables the use of low-cost Azure object storage and gives you the ability to replicate backups to another cloud, or your data center, for disaster recovery.