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Optimizing Performance for Office 365 and Large Profiles with ProfileUnity ProfileDisk
Managing Windows user profiles can be a complex and challenging process. Better profile management is usually sought by organizations looking to reduce Windows login times, accommodate applications that do not adhere to best practice application data storage, and to give users the flexibility to login to any Windows Operating System (OS) and have their profile follow them.

Managing Windows user profiles can be a complex and challenging process. Better profile management is usually sought by organizations looking to reduce Windows login times, accommodate applications that do not adhere to best practice application data storage, and to give users the flexibility to login to any Windows Operating System (OS) and have their profile follow them. Note that additional profile challenges and solutions are covered in a related ProfileUnity whitepaper entitled “User Profile and Environment Management with ProfileUnity.” To efficiently manage the complex challenges of today’s diverse Windows profile environments, Liquidware ProfileUnity exclusively features two user profile technologies that can be used together or separately depending on the use case.

These include:

1. ProfileDisk, a virtual disk based profile that delivers the entire profile as a layer from an attached user VHD or VMDK, and

2. Profile Portability, a file and registry based profile solution that restores files at login, post login, or based on environment triggers.

Office 365 Information Protection - Do I need to backup O365?
This paper explains the risks of working with Office 365, including an overview of what Microsoft does and doesn’t secure. You’ll understand how much you’re responsible for protecting.
Do I need to backup O365?

If you’re an IT decision maker for your organization, you’re likely already running at least part of your IT infrastructure on cloud services. Microsoft’s Office 365 is a great example. Office 365 is an amazing tool that can make your IT department work better for less money. However, one question that new customers often have is: “Do I need to backup Office 365?”

In this paper, we’ll explore that question.
  • We’ll look at how Microsoft protects your data in Office 365
  • Who’s responsible for your data
  • What Microsoft will do for you if some or all of your data is deleted
  • We’ll talk about business-continuity planning
  • And Reasons you might consider backing up your data outside of Office 365
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