While Microsoft and Google provide excellent, reliable cloud services, they explicitly do not take responsibility for protecting your user data.
If you’re a tech person, you’ve likely had to deal with support requests from people who’ve lost work.
At its core, Office 365 operates some of the most secure data centers in the world, adhering to Microsoft’s internally-developed Security Development Lifecycle.
In the event that a mobile phone, tablet or laptop that has previously been used to access your G Suite domain is stolen, there are some very specific security responses you can employ to keep your G Suite data safe.
Any IT admin leaving Google’s G Suite for Microsoft’s Office 365 knows that there are some significant differences between these software-as-a-service (SaaS) productivity platforms.
Perhaps the biggest reason more IT managers don’t migrate their organizations to G Suite is a fear that they don’t have the tools at their disposal to make G Suite secure.
A switch to G Suite transforms email from an on-site server into a service.
Your customers expect that their financial data is safe, secure, and available to them at any time.
The Office 365 platform supports customers around the world with many different standards and regulations guiding the handling of information assets.
When you migrate your business to Office 365 you need a pre-game, the right migration method, and a post migration strategy.
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.
Office 365’s mobile device management tools help you manage access to your Office 365 environment through a diverse range of phones and tablets, regardless of operating system.
There's a common misconception that everything in the cloud is backed up.
In G Suite, two settings control a person's access: the account's assigned organizational unit and the account's privileges.
Before another ransomware attack wreaks havoc across the globe, wouldn’t it be a great time to learn how to recover your data?
Let’s say you’re pretty certain the email you just received is legitimate, and it has an attachment included with the email that you want to open. You need to scan the attachment first.
From cloud ransomware attacks to service outages, it’s becoming clear that SaaS application data is not as immune to data loss as some users may believe.
In the digital world that we now live in, more companies are moving their data to Office 365 and other cloud applications. As companies rely on Microsoft to provide SaaS applications and services that support productivity and collaboration, many IT administrators assume that their data is recoverable in the event of data loss.
It’s a smart business idea to transition to Office 365’s cloud-based data platform, as long as you avoid these ugly mistakes.
In G Suite, every instance needs someone who can manage different tools and levels of access.