You just downloaded the newest, shiniest contacts management app to your smartphone, linked it to your G Suite account to sync with your Gmail Contacts, and now you’re waiting for your mobile address book to fill with everyone you’ve ever known.
Before you delete that departed G Suite, make sure you've tackled these 13 ESSENTIALS!
As someone who manages your company's G Suite accounts, your IT team knows that data loss can happen for many reasons. This is why it's essential to ask: what’s your Google account been up to recently? Hopefully, not much. But you can—and should—check.
Learn to what extent Microsoft protects business data, and what happens when their protection isn’t enough.
Here are some key factors to consider when evaluating a third-party data backup and recovery vendor to protect your data and maintain compliance standards.
Learn about backup options IT professionals in the healthcare sector can consider for maintaining their HIPAA compliance.
Learn how long your data is stored in Microsoft once it’s deleted, and if the retention standards meet compliance in your industry.
What happens if disaster strikes and your business loses its data? Or when accidental data deletion occurs? How can you recover your data quickly without business disruption?
Construction companies are vulnerable to data loss and corruption because of the amount of collaboration in the industry. How can they protect their company information?
Microsoft is seeing its fourth outage in six weeks. See what this means for enterprise IT departments.
Exploring our latest white paper: a step-by-step guide covering best practices for migration to Microsoft 365, from pre-migration to post-migration.
Introducing the new Google Workspace. Learn how it currently differs from G Suite, and what features will be rolling out next.
Google recently announced that effective October 13, 2020, items in a user’s Trash folder will be permanently deleted after just thirty days. Learn what this means for your enterprise IT department.
If your business is looking for a cloud storage provider, here is what you need to know about OneDrive: what it is, how to get it, and how to maximize it.
On September 28th, users of cloud-based Microsoft applications including Teams, Microsoft 365, Outlook, Exchange, Sharepoint, OneDrive, and Azure were unable to access the business-critical applications for up to five hours.