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Millions of people use Exchange Online to send emails, manage their calendars and contacts. With so much data circulating in mailboxes, Exchange Online is a treasure trove for ransomware and other criminals. But while many users rely on Microsoft native data protection, these tools can fail to prevent attacks.
Despite the common belief, Microsoft isn’t legally responsible for data protection, recovery, and access control. Users may face data loss during occasional outages or due to human mistakes and poor data management. And if this happens, Exchange Online backups become the only chance to restore data and avoid ransoms or compliance fees.