1st aOS Day in Monaco!

Hi, I will be speaking at aOS Monaco this September on Microsoft 365 Data Protection with Jeff Angama. It’s an honor to be an #aOS Speaker. Thank you so much for acknowledging me and I am happy to be a part of aOS Community. Discover modern experiences you can build with Microsoft Azure and Office365 in Monaco at Monaco Digital on Thursday 26, September (register here).

About my session:

The sheer amount of data and its rapid growth is a massive challenge. The size of the digital universe is at least doubling every two years. That means more than a 50-fold growth of data in a little over a decade. Human- and machine-generated data together are growing 10x faster than traditional business data, and machine data alone is growing at 50x the rate of traditional business data. Not only is there much more data, it’s also changing at more rapid and unpredictable rates. Moreover, to compound the complexity, data generated at each source has its own unique change rate. Traditional servers, mobile devices, and telemetry-generating devices like automobiles all produce data that changes at varying rates.

As data grows and changes, so do the costs of managing isn’t just storing, securing, and moving it from place to place but also the lost opportunity costs of not having data where and when you need it, of missed insights, of flawed analysis. And, there’s also the rising costs of data misuse, loss, and theft, resulting in lost business, shaming headlines, brand damage. Moving data to the Cloud does not absolve your business of responsibility for it. Interestingly and wrongly, 69% of organizations believe that Data Protection, data privacy, and compliance are the responsibility of the Cloud Service Provider. But, in fact, most Cloud provider contracts say otherwise. The enterprise is responsible for its own data.

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 version 3 allows you to create backups of Microsoft Office 365 and on-premises Exchange and SharePoint organizations that contain users mailboxes, Microsoft SharePoint data, and OneDrive documents. Much-requested support for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business! Not just user files but also group mail, OneDrive, sites and also other SharePoint sites. To explore the backups, you can use Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange or Veeam Explorer for Microsoft SharePoint both of which come as part of the Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 distribution package. Veeam Explorers allow you to quickly recover users mailboxes, folders, messages, tasks, calendar items, and contacts. You can also restore your Microsoft SharePoint items and sites as well as Microsoft OneDrive documents. You can use the in-built send and save abilities to send any items as an attachment or save any items locally. You can even export Microsoft Exchange data using Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange functionality…

Agenda:

aOS Monaco Agenda

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Christopher GLEMOT

Data Protection & Governance Team Leader | Technical specialist around Data, Security, Backup, Disaster Recovery, Cloud, Virtualization and Storage | Veeam Vanguard 2016-19 & VMCE | Founder of ArmoricanCloud.com | Owner of original-network.com
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