Microsoft 365

Clumio gives you the ability to protect your Microsoft 365 data and recover it through a single UI with:

  • connection and registration that does not require any stored user credentials.
  • point-in-time recovery (PITR) for full mailboxes, SharePoint sites, OneDrive libraries, contacts, and calendars.
  • seeded and incremental backups.

View a summary of your connected Microsoft accounts on the M365 protection dashboard.

The Protection status indicator displays the total number of assets that are Protected, Unprotected, or have a deactivated policy applied, for all of your connected accounts. It also displays an asset type breakdown for each category of protection status. You can also view this information for a specific account by clicking the account to view protection status information.

The Backup status indicator displays the backup performance of your assets (success, failure, or no backup) for all your connected accounts over a period of time. The default period is the last 7 days. You can also view Backup status on the inventory page of each asset type. Click a status to view details about the assets in that category.

The Backup and restores summary displays the number of backup and restore tasks for all protected assets in your connected AWS accounts over a period of time. The default period is the last 24 hours. Click a type of backup or restore to view a breakup of tasks that succeeded and failed. You can also click a number to view more details on the Tasks page.

The table provides a view of the accounts connected to Clumio, the protection policy if applied, the services in that account, the total assets in each account, and the compliance status for that account (which indicates the number of assets that have been successfully protected by the policy).

Your assigned role determines the actions you can take in the Clumio UI. For example, users assigned to the "Helpdesk Admin" role can perform on-demand backups, but not set up recurring backups. To learn more about roles, see Roles.