You might think that Gmail or Office 365 is backing up all of your old emails and data, but there’s a good chance that they’re not. Here’s how you can fix that.
I’m here today to talk about a common misconception in the technical marketplace when it comes to email archiving and whether or not cloud providers like Gmail and Office 365 back up your email and data.
In the case of Gmail, they back things up for about 30 days in a recycling bin for anything that gets deleted. For Office 365, though, they only keep the data for about 14 days.
Today I’m excited to talk about some alternative solutions and other services that will back up your data for as long as you need it.
Here’s an outline of my full discussion on the topic, with timestamps so that you can skip around to the section(s) that interest you the most:
2:00- How Google and Microsoft handle data backup for their users, and why it isn’t always the right solution for your situation.
3:20- How these providers leverage their recycling bins for storing data.
3:50- Some potential solutions for your long-term email and storage needs and why it’s so crucial in today’s climate
5:55- A very beneficial service that a lot of organizations are using to protect themselves and their data
7:00- Another affordable service that protects you from hackers trying to steal your data with an extra layer of security
8:55- How we can help you improve your business’s cybersecurity, email archiving, and more using a free service.
If you have any questions for me in the meantime, don’t hesitate to reach out and give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.