by patrickr » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:16 pm people like this post
The first item in this thread is 20 months ago, August 2016! So long we are waiting now for these features. Q1 2018 is over in 2 weeks, till when is it going to be postponed this time? We had the case recently where a colleague lost more than 1000 OneDrive files because she noticed to late the files were gone, so the retention period was past. I can only ask once more: please make it a priority!
by bcharp82 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:40 pm people like this post
My Director has asked me to look at other Office 365 backup solutions while the Veeam folks work on their solution. We really need this. We're focused on the ability to backup and restore Sharepoint, Onedrive, and Teams. I don't want to leave Veeam.
by Mike Resseler » Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:10 am people like this post
I can't do magic and give you something which is not ready. I am still looking at end of Q2 for the GA version and a more open beta somewhere in between. There is a technical preview at this point in time but to support those tests, we keep it limited so people can be helped when there is an issue.
If it is really urgent, I suggest you talk to your SE about it
by Mike Resseler » Thu Mar 29, 2018 5:04 am people like this post
The major topic is obviously SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business support. It is not differentiating from the competition as most of them already have this support. What we also are going to bring is lots more flexibility for the user to create jobs. As a quick example, I am not going to go into depth, you will be able to select a user and then decide to process mail only/ archive only/ Onedrive only or any combination. We will also support hybrid environments meaning that you can protect SharePoint Online but also SharePoint on-premises. And the biggest differentiator will be our known Veeam Explorers. You probably already know the Veeam Explorer for SharePoint and we will have a new one called (tentative) Veeam Explorer for OneDrive for Businnes