This article explains your options to backup your OnePlan data, and backup best practices.
OnePlan is a cloud-based service hosted by Microsoft Azure services (not servers). This means your data is very secure and thoroughly backed up.
For disaster recovery, we have you covered with Microsoft and OnePlan's resiliency measures. See our Business Continuity articles for more information about OnePlan business continuity practices.
For regular, non disaster related backups, users have several options available:
Users can manually generate backups of their OnePlan group using the OnePlan backup tools.
Users can request a one-time or scheduled recurring backup. Scheduled backups are available for Premiere Success customers.
Versioning and Templates in the work plan are methods in OnePlan to backup and save your work plan data, which safeguards you from losing your work.
Premiere Success customers can schedule recurring backups. This is highly recommended because users can set it and forget it.
Users can backup their data at any time. It is best practice to run regular backups (once a day or once a week) depending on company standards.
Check with your IT department to learn about your company's existing backup processes.
Use versioning and templates to regularly safeguard your work plan data.