Search
Close this search box.

Category: Office 365

DCIG Initiates Research into Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 Backup Solutions

Most organizations already use general-purpose clouds in some form. Microsoft represents one such cloud provider that has taken a market leading position in providing infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings. Its IaaS offering, Microsoft Azure, now represents one of the top three general-purpose clouds while Microsoft 365 may well be the #1 SaaS offering used by organizations worldwide. Yet as enterprises utilize these cloud offerings, they still must protect the applications and/or data they host in these Microsoft clouds.

Read More

New Benchmark for Data Protection Created by StorageCraft Arcserve Merger

Two companies merging in the technology sector occurs with some regularity. However, a merger that makes sense for both providers with everyone coming out a winner occurs less frequently. Today’s announced merger between StorageCraft Technology Corporation and Arcserve illustrates this rarer occurrence. Each company’s technologies address different organizational needs that, once merged, will create a new benchmark for data protection.

Read More

The Two Categories of Office 365 Backup Software

Organizations looking to protect data stored in Microsoft Office 365 should follow new rules to select the best solution. In so doing, organizations should also recognize two broad categories of Office 365 backup software exist from which to choose. One category consists of subscription, cloud-based SaaS offerings. The other category encompasses enterprise backup software solutions that offer Office 365 backup as an add-on option.

Read More

New Rules for Selecting Office 365 Backup Software

The number of organizations that have adopted or plan to adopt Microsoft Office 365 online continues to climb. Yet as organizations adopt Office 365, they should make another similarly important decision: protecting the data they store in it. To select the most appropriate software to back it up, organizations should choose following a new set of rules.

Read More

Click Here to Signup for the DCIG Newsletter!

Categories

DCIG Newsletter Signup

Thank you for your interest in DCIG research and analysis.

Please sign up for the free DCIG Newsletter to have new analysis delivered to your inbox each week.