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.
For everything the cloud can do, there are things the cloud exposes networks to in terms of support, security and storage. Some solutions provide more support than others.
Health and fitness gyms can step up their data backup by investing in a strong data management, backup, and protection system like Backupify.
Tips on how to recover from a ransomware attack, including how to recover data from native recovery tools and Backupify’s Microsoft 365 backup solution.
Health and fitness clubs can elevate their delivery and quality of service from new technology trends that arise each year.
Backupify’s upcoming webinar highlights the need for SaaS protection in the era of increasing ransomware attacks.
When using Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace, data backup and retention for fitness clubs are essential to protecting their clients, company, and reputation.
While SaaS spending is increasing, companies are wasting a portion of their budget on unused licenses
Backupify not only offers an automated data backup platform, but also provides companies with seamless user and license management, such as archiving users.
Backing up your data from Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace is important, and luckily, Backupify is one of the few platforms that supports both.
While Gmail removes many of the traditional reasons to back up your data, it doesn’t cover them all. Many users assume that “Gmail backs up itself,” leaving them more vulnerable to data loss than many on-premise users.
While Microsoft 365’s retention policies and features, like litigation hold, seem like a convenient backup plan, there are some major data security risks and flaws.