Office 365 Backup Options Part 1

The basic Problem

Microsoft back up Office 365, but we’d all like our own backup, because we can sleep better that way….

My choice is different to what you might choose due to:

  • Cost – I need to find a service to suit a micro business and a micro business budget!
  • Existing services – eg I already have cloud and on site backup facilities
  • Scale of backup required – I am willing to accept more manual backup features than you, I have to consider backing up Email from Exchange – I may do this manually to allow me to choose a cheaper Office 365 back up service with fewer features. Continue reading “Office 365 Backup Options Part 1”

Where to start reading up on SharePoint Online Backup (a little on On Premise)

Question:

“I know Microsoft backs up SharePoint Online data, but how do I do it myself? – Just to be safe?”

Answer:

I have found the resources and articles detailed below. I have to work through and evaluate these tools and approaches myself. So at this point I can’t recommend a particular tool, they are all listed to give you possibilities Continue reading “Where to start reading up on SharePoint Online Backup (a little on On Premise)”

Basic Security Steps for Home or Home Office PCs and Laptops

I do applications training (Excel, Access, PowerPoint and so on) for the staff of a Major Metropolitan University via a Leading Training Provider. As part of the introductory part of the session, we have a security postcard to discuss, to raise staff awareness of security issues and good practices at home. The ultimate aim is to reduce the incidence of threats to the work environment entering from the home PC or laptop.

This leads to a general discussion of security issues.

For basic security, I recommend you cover the following points:-

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