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Safeguarding Student Data for the Future

As the education sector shifts to respond to COVID-19, thousands of students are transitioning to learning from home. With an increasing number of BYODs (Bring Your Own Device), paperless classroom environments and data sprawl, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to store, protect and manage data collected by schools and educational institutions.

Additionally, legislation regarding student data is stricter than ever. Administrators now need to navigate complex laws around the management of student and staff data.

This report covers the key considerations IT professionals must adopt when taking educational institutions online, such as:

  • The common misconception that geo-redundancy is enough to protect and backup a school’s Microsoft Office 365 data
  • How paperless classrooms are enabling teachers and students to excel both in school and beyond
  • The growing legal obligations around student data storage, and the varying amounts and times
  • How storing data in a safe, secure location can help monitor student growth

Back up your Office 365 Data with Veeam

Data#3 has partnered with Veeam for over a decade, helping customers safely and securely back up their Office 365 data on premise or in the cloud. Contact an Education Specialist today to learn more or to request a demonstration.

Tags: Backup, Cloud, Education, K-12 Education, Microsoft, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Office 365, Tertiary Education, The Anywhere Classroom, Veeam

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