The complete SaaS backup buyer's guide

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SaaS solutions have become a critical part of modern business. The volume of mission-critical data stored in them is growing by the second. However, many organizations still do not back up their SaaS data. They operate with a false belief that backing up SaaS data is not necessary and that solution providers back up and protect their data.

Most cloud service providers like Google, Microsoft and Salesforce follow the shared responsibility model. As per the model, the vendor is responsible for application uptime, availability and the underlying infrastructure, while the customer is responsible for data protection.

This buyer’s guide aims to inform IT decision-makers and professionals like you about the realities of SaaS data protection, what your responsibilities are with respect to SaaS data and the key things to consider when evaluating a backup solution.

Download now to discover:

  • A quick overview of the shared responsibility model
  • Common SaaS data risks
  • Best practices for protecting SaaS data
  • SaaS backup evaluation criteria
  • And more

Provided by   Spanning - a Kaseya company


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