Now Pieta has the cloud-native solution it needed to protect data in Microsoft 365, including Exchange, Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint, and the sensitive medical data of over 100,000 patients in Salesforce.
The IT team is completely confident it can recover data 24×7 in case of accidental deletion or ransomware. And it can also recover data 98.3% faster compared to its previous methods. Before Druva, recovery was often slow due to the nature of the charity’s work.
“We would have to trawl through files while going back and forth to the requestor,” Menendez explained. “And there were frequent delays in communication because the requestor might not be on duty, might be conducting therapy, or busy answering the crisis helpline.”
That’s all changed now. “With the Druva Data Resiliency Cloud, we can recover a file in two minutes instead of two hours.”
Menendez appreciates how little he thinks about Druva. “I wanted a system that I could put in place and forget about it, and that’s Druva,” Menendez said. “Do I go into the dashboard every day? No. Do I go into the dashboard every week? No. I only check Druva if I get an alert, which is how it should be.”
Another benefit of Druva is the local Amazon Web Services (AWS) availability zones, which allows all of Pieta’s data to be backed up at the AWS data center in Dublin, facilitating its data sovereignty requirements.
“We are confident that we are meeting data sovereignty requirements, and that we are compliant with GDPR,” Menendez said. “Honestly, Druva provides total peace of mind.”