Tag Archives: Office 365

When to worry about losing SaaS data

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I wrote this blog post for work on ways you can lose data on Office 365. Thought I’d also share it here. I’m also now 5 posts behind in #vdm30in30. I don’t really feel like this is cheating though, since … Continue reading

It’s Nov 1st, and time for #vDM30in30

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#vDM30in30 is an annual writing challenge put forward by Melissa Parmer and  Eric Wright to the enterprise community’s bloggers. The challenge: write one post for each day in November, aka 30 posts in 30 days. Even though I joined late last year, and wasn’t … Continue reading

Ways to lose data in Exchange Online [Office 365]

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A few weeks ago, I blogged about the importance of understanding Office 365 backup policies, and how to make sure your organization’s data is protected. Today I’d like to focus specifically on what gaps exist in protecting data in Exchange … Continue reading

Getting my SaaS on

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I’m one week into my new job at Spanning, and it is just as interesting as I thought it would be. The first thing I have to talk about is the awesome culture at Spanning. Everyone is so freaking nice. … Continue reading

New adventure starts Monday with Spanning!

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In case you didn’t know, I left Dell back in February. I’m extremely fortunate in that I was able to take some time to think about what I wanted my next role to look like. I decided I didn’t want … Continue reading