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Bulldog IT – SaaS Protection

What is SaaS Protection?

SaaS Protection provides the cloud backup solution which is developed to solely protect your business. SaaS Protection offers the back up of data, meeting security needs, in cloud-based services such as Microsoft 365. Software-as-a-service (SaaS) resides within the Microsoft 365 applications and allows for the recovery of critical data should anything critical happen.  This model is on demand which allows for flexibility whilst meeting security needs, without having them in house.

Having SaaS protection allows for the security of the organisation and any data loss caused, all whilst meeting corporate needs.  SaaS Protection means that all business-critical data is seamlessly secured, restored, and backed up in the prestigious database.

How will this benefit your business?

The SaaS protection has two main benefits residing in the restoration of data and the backup capabilities. Not only is your business able to retrieve endless historical data, including original formatting, but the quick search engine will allow you to search for individual items or folders in an efficient manner, allowing you to save time when accessing the data you require.

SaaS Protection offers extraordinary back up capabilities including any time you may require additional services. Additionally, there is unlimited storage within this protection, so you do not have to worry about a data overload. This protection performs automatic backups which means your business security does not interfere with the day to day running of the organisation and minimises the manual interference. It also allows you to be notified if anything occurs that may need your attention.

SaaS Protection FAQ’s

Yes you do need this. Microsoft does have a backup of sorts, however only on a 30 day basis, so in an event of accidental deletion or errors, SAAS protection allows for much faster, efficient recovery to minimise downtime.

3 X Daily at 8 hour intervals.

Recovery time is completely dependent upon the volume of data being recovered, and bandwidth used.