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Sharepoint Saved From Complete Deletion
One of our team members mistakenly deleted a major Sharepoint folder, which contained many subfolders and files from their PC.  That deletion caused the Sharepoint folders in Microsoft cloud to also be deleted.  To make matters worse, it eventually caused the deletion of all other team members Sharepoint folders from their PCs.  

The last time we had a similar incident, our IT team spent 4 hours on the phone with Microsoft Support.  It took them two weeks to restore Sharepoint.  During that two weeks, our 20 person team was very inefficient and could not do anything while we were waiting.  But this time, with the OSP SAAS Backup we had full control.  I simply logged into the site and clicked on the folder and it was instantly restored in the Sharepoint site as well as all the team members PCs.  The process was as smooth as it gets.  Love it!

Microsoft can take weeks to restore a folder. OSP SAAS Backup restored my Microsoft365 data in minutes. I really love this product because I can control exactly when and what I want to restore.
Monir Khan
Vice President
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Reasons to Backup 
Microsoft 365 Data
  • Accidental deletion or data overwrites
  • ​Malicious end-user activity
  • ​Lost data due to deprovisioned Office 365 licenses
  • ​Ransomware attacks
  • ​External app errors:  Data corruption vis syncing or overwriting
  • Exchange Online
  • ​Calendar
  • ​Contacts
  • ​OneDrive
  • ​OneNote data in Sharepoint
  • ​Sharepoint Sites
  • ​OneDrive Document Libraries
  • ​Custom Site Collections
  • ​Team Sites
Reasons to Backup 
Google Workspace 
  • Malware or ransomware attacks
  • ​Malicious end-user activity
  • ​Accidental data overwrites
  • ​Canceled account subscriptions
  • GMail
  • ​Calendar
  • ​Contacts
  • ​Shared Drives

Your Secret Weapon To Save Your Cloud Data from Disaster
  •  Automated, Continuous Backup
  • ​Fast & Effortless Restore
  • ​Retain User Data
  • ​Easy Export
  • ​Admin Audit Log
  • ​Ransomware Protection
  • ​Custom Data Retention


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Is File Sync a replacement for Backup?
While file sync tools like Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive do create a second copy of files and folders, they are not a replacement for backup. File sync automatically copies changes to synchronized files. So, if a file or folder is infected with ransomware, the malware will automatically be copied to all
synced versions of that file.  
File sync services do offer some restore capabilities via versioning, but they fall short of a true SaaS backup solution. Here’s why:
• Versions are not immutable recovery points. So, if a file is deleted, older versions of the file are deleted as well.
• Versioning doesn’t enable centralized management of user data. In other words, you don’t have control over backup and recovery—it’s left in the hands of end users.
• Versioning doesn’t maintain recovery points across files, folders, settings and users. If you only need to restore a couple of files, no big deal. But, large restores are a time-consuming, manual process. Beyond simply lacking the restore capabilities of a backup solution, file sync can actually introduce ransomware to SaaS applications. File sync and backup are not competitive solutions, rather they can and should be used side-by-side. Remember: file sync and share is for productivity and backup is for data protection and fast restore
Isn't Microsoft and Google 
responsible for backup?
SaaS providers ensure they won’t lose your cloud data with built-in redundancy and other high availability measures. However, they do not take responsibility for restoring data if you lose it. Microsoft calls this the Shared Responsibility Model for data protection. That’s why Microsoft recommends third-party SaaS
backup in its user agreement. 

In the Shared Responsibility Model:
The Shared Responsibility Model places the onus of data protection squarely on businesses that rely on SaaS services. SaaS providers are responsible for keeping their infrastructure up and running, but businesses are responsible for the preservation and security of their data.
Aren't SaaS applications are always available?
While SaaS apps are highly reliable, outages do occur. In October 2020 alone, Microsoft 365 had three significant outages that impacted businesses worldwide. Last year, a massive Google outage affected nearly one billion Gmail, G Suite, and YouTube users. Outages and slow restore times aren’t just an inconvenience. When businesses can’t access important business data, productivity falls and revenue is impacted. Creating backups that are independent of a SaaS provider’s cloud
servers is the only way to ensure access to essential files in the event of an outage.
Who will this work for?
Any business that wants to:
1) Keeping their business Open
2) Avoid having to pay ransomware payments
3) Recover Quickly when Disaster Strikes
4) Protect Profits
How do I present this to my team? 
1) Click the "GET A PRICE" button below, 
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3) Book a Demo and bring YOUR TEAM
What are typical contract terms? 
We have a 30 day Money Back Guarantee.  Our terms are generally for three years.  
What type of support do you offer? 
OSP Support is available 24X7 365.
Where did you get the idea 
to offer this solution? 
 In 1998, One Safe Place became one of the first companies in North America to provide Online Server Backups.  Our goal is to continue to bring you creative technology solutions that simplify your time and protect your business, profits and data.
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