A new report commissioned by Microsoft explains how Exchange Online and the Security and Compliance Center meet the electronic records requirements of regulatory bodies like the SEC and FINRA. Within the report, there’s some news about changes to the way that Office 365 handles Teams compliance records stored in Exchange Online. And after all that, we consider how some backup vendors treat Teams compliance records as equivalent to the data stored in the Teams Azure services.
The internet makes it easy to find material to read about technical topics. Unfortunately, a lot of content is rubbish. In this post, we compare two recent technical articles and explain why we think one marketing post is good and the other isn’t up to scratch.
Do Office 365 tenants need to take backups of Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Teams, Planner, Yammer, and the other data that they accumulate. I don’t think they do in most cases, and the problem is exacerbated because most backup solutions sold for Office 365 can’t deal with the full suite.