@Kelly said in Backing up Office 365:
@black3dynamite said in Backing up Office 365:
I was looking at that. It is strange that it is so much less expensive than the other things I've looked at. I don't want to look a gift horse in the mouth, but disparity like that makes me cautious. Are you using it yourself?
Veeam's O365 backup only backs up your O365 tenant information (including SharePoint Online), to the same location as the Veeam server itself. I've tried the program, but you would need to mount the storage drive directly to the server. You would then need to manage the Veeam server itself with backups, which, to me, seems redundant, to backup your O365 data to a local server, then backup the server offsite. Unless you are some kind of service provider, then you have the capability to backup O365 to another hosted storage provider.
We are using OffsiteDataSync. First inital call was impressive, they have redundancy in the datacenters with multiple datacenters nationwide, great pricing based upon users, with unlimited amount of retention. However, our experience haven't been bad, but haven't been great either.
- Our sales guy was compromised by clicking on a link and sending us infected emails
- We don't receive successful emails on backup jobs
- We receive warnings with no more information than just a warning
- When opening a ticket, they tell you that it is escalated to their development team, but never receive updates on the ticket until they tell you that they are waiting for you to change your password for them to resolve the problem
- Then just drops your ticket without any explanation as to what broke, nor how they fixed it.
Take them with a grain of salt.