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SaaS Backup Protection

Performing a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) security assessment is a vital part of any company's quality assessment protocol when evaluating potential vendors and if they are storing data online. Data stored through SaaS is not stored on-premise, which means sensitive and confidential data becomes more at risk from security breaches from the outside.




SaaS backup software is designed to store and protect data created by SaaS products. SaaS backup software is typically provided by a third-party vendor that creates an independent copy of that data. If a cloud application fails, you need a way to recover that data.


A true SaaS backup solution protects not just files and folders, but collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, and Google Drive.


Here at DISConsulting IT Ltd we Protect Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace applications against accidental or malicious deletion, ransomware attacks, and other cloud data loss with 3x daily, automated backups.


We can restore lost data quickly with flexible recovery options such as point-in-time, granular, and non-destructive restore functions.

Isn’t it time to ask:

Is my online data protected today?

Can I restore everything I will need to run the business in the event of a ransomware attack?

How long will it take to recover everything?

Is my business as secure as you think from cybercrime?

If we’re honest, most businesses will answer no to at least one of these questions. What about you?

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