[WHITE PAPER] Data location limitations in Office 365
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Do you know where your email data are being stored? Are you certain?
If you’re using or selling Office 365, you may not really know – or be able to do anything about it.
Office 365 for the Enterprise: How to Strengthen Security, Compliance and Control, an Osterman Research White Paper, is packed with valuable data-protection details, including O365 data location limitations.
According to the White Paper, Microsoft stores Office 365 customer data in a number of different countries based on the location of the customer. “Moreover, Microsoft can move customer data without notice and will not guarantee exactly where a customer’s data will be stored.”
In addition, Microsoft notes that it will not provide notice when customer data is transferred to a new country and that “the requirements of providing the services may mean that some data is moved to or accessed by Microsoft personnel or subcontractors outside the primary storage region.”
Get the White Paper now and see for yourself:
▪ Which missing features in the Office 365 platform to consider supplementing with other cloud-based or on-premises tools
▪ How third-party enhancements provide more granular or more capable archiving, security and encryption than Office 365’s native capabilities
▪ Why solutions designed to supplement or replace specific Office 365 features and functions will grow at a healthy pace
Don’t miss the drawbacks of O365 related to data location and other limitations – and how to protect against them.
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