Whatever else we can say about it, 2020 has become the year of remote work – with a majority of it being work from home. Some organizations adapted quickly and easily, while for others it required a change in the entire workflow and processes.
Just because employees aren’t sitting next to each other – or even in the same building – doesn’t mean they don’t still need to work together to collaborate on various projects. Because of this, many organizations converted their workflows into a collaboration solution, or started making more use of the collaboration tools to which they already had access.
Microsoft Teams has become one of the more popular collaboration suites. Usage of Microsoft Teams exploded in the past few months with over 75 Million active users as of April. It’s provided through a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, making it ideal for workers spread across multiple locations. It integrates with the entire Microsoft 365 suite of tools that most workers were already accustomed to using.
However, enterprises and other organizations get nervous when they don’t feel as though they control their own data. With malware and ransomware becoming more common, organizations want the extra safeguard of having a backup of their SaaS data stored somewhere outside the SaaS platform.
HubStor provides full support for backup and archiving for Microsoft Teams workspaces as part of its Microsoft 365 backup solution. You can set global backup policies as well as policies specific to an individual workspace. HubStor’s backup and archive is supported on all Teams plans, Standard, Enterprise, and Enterprise Plus. HubStor also allows you to set policies for automated movement of data to an archive storage tier and gives you complete control over data retention periods with tamper-proof storage for compliance.
Your Microsoft Teams integrates with HubStor’s support for Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo and provides the same content indexing for blazingly-fast searches and very granular controls for eDiscovery and legal holds – all administered through a single unified management console.
If your organization is using Microsoft Teams as part of your collaboration solution, you owe it to yourself to learn more about HubStor backup and archive of Microsoft Teams. Start by reading our solution datasheet.