Dropbox. Google Workspaces (formerly G Suite). Microsoft Office 365. Salesforce. These software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings represent some of the business-critical applications which organizations increasingly obtain from cloud providers. As organizations adopt these cloud-based SaaS offerings, they must rethink how they protect and recover data stored in them. Using cloud-based SaaS applications organizations no longer control the hosting, backup, and recovery of these applications. Rather, SaaS providers assume these responsibilities. However, organizations do retain responsibility for the protection and recovery of the data they store in these applications. This separation of responsibility of who protects and recovers data stored in cloud-based SaaS…
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