Office 365 Backup Checklist for 2022 – ITPro Today

Date: Wednesday, March 09, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour

More organizations than ever are protecting Office 365—is yours one of them? Kick off 2022 with an insightful checklist for evaluating third-party vendors for your Office 365 backup strategy. Even if you already have a backup solution, learn how to augment your existing strategy for continued success this year. In this presentation, you’ll also get to learn about the #1 Office 365 backup solution: Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. 

Specifically, this 60-minute webinar will share:

  • Must-haves for a third-party Office 365 backup solution
  • The challenges and pitfalls of choosing the wrong solution
  • A demo of the #1 Office 365 backup solution in action!

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Edward_Watson_180x180_2x.jpgEdward Watson, Sr. Global
Product Marketing Manager, Veeam
Edward Watson is a Senior Global Product Marketing Manager at Veeam Software. Edward led the product launch and adoption of the #1 Office 365 backup solution: Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Throughout his career, Edward has successfully brought numerous data protection offerings to market on a global scale, fueled by his start as a cloud service provider. He has a passion for communicating the value of protecting cloud-based workloads and helping organizations succeed in all their backup needs.


Karinne Bessette, Technologist, Veeam
Karinne Bessette is a technologist at Veeam on the product strategy team. Karinne has a strong technical background in network and security, and is well-versed in Office 365 and Azure platforms. At Veeam, Karinne has worked as a customer support engineer that supports Veeam products. Follow Karinne on @RinBytes and @Veeam.

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