MIPS now has Druva supporting resilient, scalable, and cloud-native information protection for Microsoft 365 data that can grow on-demand. But for Burns, it was always about more than just features.
“The Druva Data Resiliency Cloud works well and helps protect our data,” Burns said. “Druva is intuitive, low maintenance, and supported by a great team, which is everything we need.”
MIPS put the Druva platform to test shortly after the pandemic started. Burns knew the shift to remote working would mean the company would rely on Microsoft Teams much more than before, so he migrated all SharePoint content across to Teams. It turned out that was too big of a shift for staff, so he had to quickly roll back the migration.
“We knew Teams was the answer, but we went too soon and without preparation, we needed to roll back quickly. With Druva we were able to restore everything easily and reliably to known snapshots,” Burns said. “We were able to restore our entire SharePoint data and Druva delivered peace of mind at a very stressful time for everyone.”
Burns was also impressed by the support of Druva’s development team. “We raised a minor support ticket, to investigate an issue between timestamps on backups versus restore points,” he said. “The resulting fix was accommodated and shortly thereafter, rolled out globally. It is amazing to work with a company that responds at that pace.”
Ultimately, Burns says the best part about Druva is how little he needs to think about it. “The great thing about Druva is that it is set and forget it,’” he said. “It does exactly what we need, hassle free, value for money, and no surprises.”