Veeam Software announced the general availability of the latest version of the company’s fastest growing Software as a Service (SaaS) product — Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v6. The #1 backup and recovery solution for Microsoft 365 enables users to securely back up to any location, including on-premises, in a hyperscale cloud, or with a service provider. New features in v6 increase time savings for IT departments due to diminished burden for recovery requests and additional cost savings as a result of more efficient backups.
“Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 reported 73% growth YoY, with 8.5 million users relying on Veeam to protect their Microsoft 365 data, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Teams,” said Danny Allan, CTO and SVP of Product Strategy at Veeam. “Within all SaaS platforms, including Microsoft 365, the organization owns and controls their own data, and it’s the organization’s responsibility to protect it. The growth and momentum of Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 is an indication that more organizations are realizing the importance of managing and securing their data, and consistently trust Veeam with critical business assets.”
50% of backup and SaaS admins list accidental deletions as their top motivator for protecting Microsoft 365, citing the time spent restoring user data as a pain point due to frequent accidental deletions.[i] NEW Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v6 introduces the self-service restore portal for Microsoft 365 environments, which empowers IT administrators to securely delegate restores of emails, files and more from one centralized location. Restore scenarios, like simple user accidental deletions, will not require an IT admin’s assistance and can be done independently by users and/or delegated to a group of restore operators without the need to provide direct access to the backup server — saving time while maintaining administrative security.
Now with over 300 million commercial paid seats, Microsoft 365 data is being generated at a rapid rate, and organizations are holding onto more data as retention policies evolve. This has created a need for organizations to leverage low-cost object storage as they retain growing electronic intellectual properties. To meet this demand, Veeam has added backup copy to Amazon S3 Glacier, Glacier Deep Archive and Azure Archive for a secondary copy on low-cost, long-term object storage with options for various retention periods. This enhancement of cloud object storage integrations is in addition to AWS S3, Azure Blob, IBM Cloud, Wasabi and other S3-compatible providers that were already included in previous releases.
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