Published March 2020
Sponsored by MailStore
Despite the increasing use of solutions like Microsoft Teams and Slack, email continues to be the primary method that most users employ for sending and receiving documents and for collaboration with others. Email contains a wealth of critical information and this information must be protected through robust email backup and archiving capabilities so that businesses and users have ready access to this data at all times.
Even though a growing number of businesses are moving to Microsoft 365, they will continue to need employ best practices for email backup and archiving to protect, preserve and keep available their corporate data – backup and archiving don’t just happen automatically in Microsoft 365. Moreover, email backup and archiving capabilities must accommodate scenarios that Microsoft 365 does not handle as well as some third-party solutions, such as hybrid environments and those that include non-Microsoft data.
This white paper discusses why small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) should deploy an email archiving solution, and why they should consider the use of a third-party solution instead of the native email archiving solutions within Microsoft 365.