Microsoft Office 365 Backup

#1 Backup & Recovery for Microsoft Office 365

  • Protect your Microsoft 365 Data, including SharePoint, Exchange, OneDrive, and Teams
  • Meet legal and compliance requirements
  • From only $3.50/per user/month
  • Unlimited storage & retention within Australian Datacentre Jurisdiction
Safeguard your Microsoft Office 365

Make sure your critical productivity data is safeguarded – secure, protected and accessible when you needed

Why backup Microsoft Office 365?

Many IT Pros believe that it’s Microsoft’s responsibility to protect your Office 365 data. While Microsoft 365 provides a wide array of powerful services within Office 365 — a comprehensive backup of your Office 365 data is not one of them.

Amaze backup-as-a-service product uses Veeam® Backup for Microsoft Office 365 eliminates the risk of losing access and control over your Office 365 data including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Teams – so that your data is always protected.

Safeguard your Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft 365 User – Backup Pricing

1 User* – Microsoft 365 Backup (Monthly) $4.00 ex. GST / month
1 User* – Microsoft 365 Backup (Yearly) $42.00 ex. GST / year

* Minimum 25 users.

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40 Recovery options in Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365


Exchange Online and Exchange on-premises

Restore Exchange item to Exchange Online mailbox or calendar
Restore Exchange item to on-premises Exchange mailbox or calendar
Email Exchange item as an attachment
Save Exchange item as a .MSG
Export folder, item or mailbox as a .PST
Service Provider restore of an Exchange item for a tenant
Entire folder/mailbox compare and restore of missing/changed items

Microsoft Teams

Restore missing/changed Team membership
Restore a Team with its membership and settings
Restore a tab to original location
Restore posts back to the original Team
Export or restore posts within the specified time period
Export or restore selected posts
Exporting post as HTML
Save multiple or individual files
Restore any file to its prior version
Restore changed or missing items and files
Restore channel to original location
Restore file to original location
Save or send posts as MSG files
Save multiple files as ZIP
Send file as attachment
Service Provider restore of Teams items for their tenant

OneDrive for Business

Restore users, folders or files (including OneNote notes) to OneDrive for Business
Email as an attachment
Save files or folders
Save multiple files or folders as a ZIP
Restore any file to a prior version
Restore and overwrite users, folders or files
Restore with extended attributes and custom access controls
Restore but keep original users, folders or files
Restore without extended attributes and custom access controls
Service Provider restore of a OneDrive file, folder, or user for a tenant

SharePoint Online and SharePoint on-premise

Restore online site, library, document to SharePoint Online
Restore on-premises site, library, document to on-premises SharePoint
Email SharePoint object as an attachment
Save SharePoint object as a file
Save multiple SharePoint objects as a ZIP
Restore an object to a prior version
Service Provider restore of a SharePoint object for a tenant


Reasons you need a backup for Microsoft 365

Microsoft doesn’t backup YOUR data

Replication and archiving are not a replacement for a secondary, isolated copy of your data. Microsoft Office 365 provides built-in replication for geo redundancy, but when something is corrupt or deleted, the corruption or deletion is replicated to the other side.

Complete access and control is required

Security threats and compliance requirements demand that you control your business-critical data. Total access and complete control of Office 365 data comes from a backup that you manage, and that you can easily recover from.

“In the cloud” does NOT mean data is safe

Many assume that since Office 365 already resides in the cloud, there is no need to have another copy of the data. Accidental deletion, user errors, security threats, and retention policy gaps are commonplace within Office 365.

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