Need to Know podcast–Episode 292

The editorial for this episode is an always controversial topic on backing up Microsoft/Office 365. I am going to highlight some of the facts that, unlike what some say, Microsoft does indeed backup customer data and you’ll find all the links in the show notes.

This is the last episode before Christmas so thanks to all listeners for their support and I wish everyone a happy and safe time over the holidays. No break here, and I’ll be back with the latest news and updates again soon.

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This episode was recorded using Microsoft Teams and produced with Camtasia 2022.

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