The main reason we chose the Cohesity hosted service was so we wouldn’t have to bring everything back on-prem for M365 restores. With BaaS, we can keep everything in the cloud so we aren’t using excessive bandwidth to pull that data down every day. Although cost savings were not the main driver in our decision to go with Cohesity for M365, it will be less expensive to keep our data in the cloud rather than buying more on-prem hardware in the future.”
Platform Manager, Acceptance Insurance
We decided to go with Cohesity’s BaaS offering so we wouldn’t have to purchase a lot of extra storage infrastructure upfront. With over 900 M365 users, the amount of storage needed would have put a huge crunch on my IT budget. I’d rather pay for the Cohesity hosted service than spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on new storage systems. We also liked the flexibility of Cohesity’s pricing models with BaaS. We chose the per user licensing to fit our requirements.”
IT Manager, General Service Division, St. Johns County Sheriff's Office
Cohesity earns ‘In Process’ status for FedRAMP®
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Cloud backup, also known as backup as a service or BaaS is the process of backing up data and files to a remote, cloud-based service.
Overall, cloud backup offers a secure, convenient and cost-effective way to back up data, but users should be aware that cloud backup at times might not be suitable for all workloads.
Backup as a service (BaaS) is a cloud-based service that allows businesses to store and protect their data in a remote location. With BaaS, data can be securely backed up to a cloud-based storage facility, which is managed and maintained by a third-party service provider.