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SaaS Protection

SaaS application adoption has spiked with the increase in remote work due to the global health pandemic. These tools have become essential in today’s remote work world. Even before work-from-home became the norm for many, the benefits of easy access to documents from any device and improved collaboration are obvious. 

Unfortunately, many organizations still believe that these tools make backup obsolete. This simply isn’t true. Backup is just as important for data in SaaS apps as it is for data hosted on-premises.

Common SaaS Myths and Misconceptions

While SaaS applications have built-in redundancy that protects against data loss in their cloud servers, this doesn’t protect against user error, accidental and malicious deletion, or ransomware attacks. 

While accidental deletion of files is by far the most common form of data loss in SaaS apps, ransomware can be the most damaging. That’s because ransomware is designed to spread across networks and into SaaS applications, impacting many users.

Data breaches are significantly hurting small businesses

When it comes to cybercrime, small and medium businesses (SMBs) are doubly susceptible to being victimized. That’s because, in addition to the potential cost of being hit by hackers and other cybercriminals, they also risk losing the confidence of consumers.

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File sync is a replacement for backup

While file sync tools like Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive do create a second copy of files and folders, they are not a replacement for backup. File sync automatically copies changes to synchronized files. So, if a file or folder is infected with ransomware, the malware will automatically be copied to all synced versions of that file.

SaaS applications are always available

While SaaS apps are highly reliable, outages do occur. In October 2020 alone, Microsoft 365 had three significant outages that impacted businesses worldwide. Last year, a massive Google outage affected nearly one billion Gmail, G Suite, and YouTube users.

Outages and slow restore times aren’t just an inconvenience. When businesses can’t access important business data, productivity falls and revenue is impacted. Creating backups that are independent of a SaaS provider’s cloud servers is the only way to ensure access to essential files in the event of an outage.

What is SaaS Protection?

Datto SaaS Protection is a cloud-to-cloud backup solution that offers comprehensive backup and recovery for critical cloud data in Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace. It is designed specifically for MSPs to protect their clients’ SaaS data efficiently and manage client data retention, licenses, and cost.

SaaS Protection protects against permanent data loss and allows MSPs to easily recover clients’ data following a ransomware attack with 3x daily, point-in-time backups. Backups are stored securely in the Datto Cloud with files, folders, settings, and permissions intact for fast restores whether you need to restore a single item or an entire user account.

SaaS Protection delivers backup, search, restore, and export for:

Microsoft 365

  • Exchange
  • Tasks
  • OneDrive
  • SharePoint
  • Teams

Google Workspace

  • Gmail
  • Google Drive
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Shared Drives

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