Spanning Backup Cloud-to-cloud backup and restore for Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365, and Salesforce.
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Spanning Backup was built for a single purpose: to help companies protect and manage their information so they can be fearless in the cloud. Spanning Backup delivers powerful, reliable, enterprise-class backup and recovery for organizations that would suffer significant business interruption as a result of lost data in software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications including Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365, and Salesforce.
Backup for Google AppsEMC Spanning Backup for Google Apps delivers enterprise-grade, robust backup and recovery capabilities to protect all of your organization's Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Contacts, and Sites data from costly and sometimes catastrophic data loss, allowing users to get data back exactly the way it was in just a few clicks. Learn More
Backup for Salesforce
EMC Spanning Backup for Salesforce is delivered directly within the Salesforce interface, ensuring that roles and permissions are maintained as set. Its automated, secure, point-in-time backups and granular, on-page restores enables administrators and end users to get back data, content, and customizations fast and continue being productive. Learn more
Backup for Office 365
Collaboration may increase the potential for data loss, but with EMC Spanning Backup for Office 365, your freedom to move between multiple devices and work with colleagues across the globe doesn’t have to come with fear of cloud data loss.
Spanning Backup provides daily, automated backup and accurate restore for Mail, Calendars, and OneDrive for Business, ensuring that your data is always protected, available, and recoverable. Learn more
Data and Spec Sheets
- Spanning Backup for Google Apps
- Spanning Backup for Office 365
- Spanning Backup for Salesforce
- Spanning Backup Product Line Overview
- 10 Reasons You Need SaaS Data Protection
- Making SaaS Data Protection a Priority Before It’s Too Late