Microsoft tells their customers “You own your data.”
As enterprises are accelerating cloud initiatives and increasingly adopting SaaS applications in recent years such as Google Workspace, Salesforce, and Microsoft 365, protecting SaaS applications has taken centre stage to improve productivity and business continuity.
Data within SaaS applications expose businesses to increased risk and liability if unable to be carefully protected and managed. Data in the cloud is susceptible to loss, theft, or malicious attacks — and enterprises are responsible for managing data in the cloud, complying with regulations, and retaining it for long-term if needed.
Over 80% of organizations are not fully aware that they are responsible for preventing Microsoft 365 data loss. Even Microsoft recommends to regularly backup content and data using third-party data protection services. [Click here to view the service agreement 6b.]