Take a Product Tour — Learn How to Keep Your Microsoft 365 Data Always Protected and Accessible

Sarah Doherty, Director of Product Marketing, SaaS Apps

According to a recent survey, 67% of customers prefer self-exploring rather than spending time with a vendor’s representative¹.

When a new student comes to the class, the teacher assigns someone to give them a school tour.

When it’s your first day at your new job, someone gives you an office tour.

When you go to a theme park or a national park, there are signs that lead you in the correct direction for you to get the most out of your visit.

When there is something new going on, there is someone or something to guide you.

Druva has launched a new product tour to help you explore our comprehensive Microsoft 365 backup solution. Check out the product tour to see a walkthrough of how Druva’s solution helps you prevent Microsoft 365 data loss with secure, scalable, and cost-effective data protection.

What Is a Product Tour? 

Product tours are in-app tutorials that guide new users through a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) tool’s user interface (UI) and key features. Also known as product walkthroughs, they help customers easily learn about the product at their own pace.

Why Take a Microsoft 365 Product Tour? 

Product tours are the new standard in guiding users towards an “aha” moment or showcasing high-value features that are being underused. This self-guided tour allows you to interact with our product and experience firsthand how Druva protects all your valuable Microsoft 365 data in one easy-to-use, 100% SaaS-based platform.

It’s important to remember that SaaS application providers, like Microsoft, take responsibility for application uptime and the underlying infrastructure. However, it’s still the customer’s responsibility to manage and protect vital business data, according to Microsoft’s Shared Responsibility Model. It’s also worth noting that while many of the built-in features within Microsoft 365 can feel like backups, none of them adhere to the common definition of a backup, which is a separate copy of data stored in a separate location that can quickly and easily be recovered from. The following are key reasons to learn more about Druva’s Microsoft 365 backup solution:

Accidental Deletion

This is actually the most common cause of data loss in Microsoft 365. Were you to delete a user, whether you meant to or not, that deletion will then be replicated across the network.

Internal Security Threats

When we think of threats to our business, we usually think in terms of protecting against external forces. However, many businesses also experience threats from the inside, and these issues happen more often than you think.

Legal and Compliance Requirements

There are eDiscovery capabilities built into Microsoft 365, but a third-party backup solution is purpose-built to easily search within a backup and quickly bring back data to meet regulatory compliance needs.

Managing Hybrid Email Deployments and Migrations to Microsoft 365

Whether you are migrating to Microsoft 365 or have a blend of on-premises Exchange and Microsoft 365 users, the Exchange data should be managed and protected the same way, which makes the source location irrelevant.

Teams’ Data Structure

The Microsoft Teams backend is much more complex than many realize. Teams is not a self-contained application, meaning the data generated in Teams resides in other applications like Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive. With this added layer of complexity, ensuring that data is adequately protected is paramount.

Take a Product Tour and See for Yourself

The Microsoft 365 tour is self-paced, and we encourage you to give it a look. Backing up Microsoft 365 data is critical to your business success and Druva has the solution for you.

¹ SuperOffice, “32 Customer Experience Statistics You Need to Know for 2023,” Published November 2022.