In most organizations, your role affects your level of access.
Gmail is a powerful productivity tool, so long as you take control of your inbox, rather than letting it control you.
In G Suite, two settings control a person's access: the account's assigned organizational unit and the account's privileges.
Small to enterprise sized businesses face an enormous computer security challenge.
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.
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.
Configuration is key when setting up a G Suite domain.
A switch to G Suite transforms email from an on-site server into a service.
As customers, we want Google to secure their applications and protect our data.
When employees give their notice, it should be easy for you as the G Suite admin to remove their access to critical files without losing any data.
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.
Your organization’s G Suite configuration will work best when your settings reflect and reinforce your organization’s culture.
In G Suite, every instance needs someone who can manage different tools and levels of access.
Roughly two weeks after a major outage, it looks like Google is causing some headaches again for users.
Let’s assume that the worst has occurred and your security measures have not prevented unauthorized access to your G Suite domain.
Most likely, you already have an email system. If you don’t have an email system, you’re lucky. (Go directly to “Set up G Suite today.”)
Journaling has always been an essential legal component to managing email.
If Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides are encrypted, you may be able to manually recover the file.
The Datto Knowledge Base provides a wealth of information about all things related to Datto. In this popular post from the Knowledge Base, Jason Ellis provides a detailed step-by-step explanation of how to view Gmail exports locally on a computer.
As you’ve likely heard, Google is rolling out two new applications to replace the current Google Drive app.