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Ultimate Geek

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# 255624 21-Aug-2019 15:11
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Anyone have any recommendations for backing up an Office 365 Sharepoint?  Ive come across this: Office 365 Spanning Backup

 

Its really just for one user as a precaution. 


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  # 2303344 21-Aug-2019 21:24
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Skykick or Veeam are the only options I have used.

 

Skykick is good as you dont have to think about storage repository

 

Veeam is great anbd you can bring the backup back into NZ, but you need your own storage or a VCC 

 

Both are priced per user per month so good if you want "cloud economics" .. 

 

 

 

For one user I would go with Skykick

 

 




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  # 2303346 21-Aug-2019 21:27
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Thanks. I'll take a look tomorrow at it. I did look at veeam but not in too much detail.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2303564 22-Aug-2019 10:40
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We're using Veeam Backup for O365, used the Veeam built VM on the Azure Marketplace... so far no issues or concerns.

 

I'm awaiting on the scale out repository feature to be added, whereby backups over a certain age get tiered out to much cheaper blob storage. Apparently it's their most requested feature. 


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  # 2305950 26-Aug-2019 09:47
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What licensing do you have in place? The in-built retention policies or holds not an option? Can then do eDiscovery on that user if needed? 


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