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.
Compliance (and common sense) behooves us to take stock of how to best store mission-critical data and ensure that our data backup solutions are secure and scalable.
May the 4th is finally here! Before you get settled down for an all-day Star Wars marathon, why not learn a thing or two from Backupify?
Office 365 is the fastest growing offering in Microsoft’s history, and customers are entrusting the platform to not just meet all of their productivity needs, but to secure and manage their business-critical information assets.
If you lose data in Office 365, there is no defined process or rules for recovering it. You can call their support team, but the level of help they offer depends on the scenario.
Do you have a cloud disaster recovery plan for your mission critical data?
In most organizations, your role affects your level of access.
Data breaches make headlines on a weekly basis, and unfortunately, it appears no company is totally safe from cybersecurity threats.
Information Technology administrators know the value of computer security. Communicating that value to your end users, however, can often prove to be a challenge.
Microsoft goes to great lengths to ensure your data in Office 365 is highly available and the app has been architected to be highly redundant.
Regardless of the size or vertical of a company, data loss in Microsoft Office 365 can be catastrophic.
With more and more companies moving to cloud SaaS applications like Microsoft Office 365 and G Suite to maintain and share their critical data, decisions regarding data management can have far-reaching consequences.
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.
World Backup Day is a great opportunity to recognize the importance of backing up your critical data.
In G Suite, every instance needs someone who can manage different tools and levels of access.
Everything you’ve read about what SaaS and cloud-based storage can do for your business is true -- to a point.
There's a common misconception that everything in the cloud is backed up.
Let’s assume that the worst has occurred and your security measures have not prevented unauthorized access to your G Suite domain.
An introduction to using G Suite with external mail servers, starting with the process for setting up a long-term split email delivery.
Contemplating whether you need to back up your SaaS data? The short answer? YES!