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.
The technology industry in the Boston area is a fast growing, exciting place to be. Given the health of the market, good software engineer and developer talent can be tough to come by.
Recently our CEO Rob May spoke at the CIO Cloud Summit in NYC about the severity and frequency of data loss in SaaS applications.
The topic of security is one we think about everyday.
Backupify recently attended the MIT CIO Symposium where our CEO Rob May took part in the afternoon keynote panel session “The Evolving Cloud Agenda.”
As GigaOM’s Derrick Harris notes, cloud computing companies are not much different from other types of companies.
Early last week, Google announced that they will roll out unified storage across Gmail and Drive, and as an added bonus total storage will be increased to 30GB.
When Backupify began in 2009, our mission was to back up social data for consumers in the cloud.
ZDNet defines rogue clouds as public cloud applications that are not managed by or integrated into a company’s IT infrastructure.
Last month, the Ministry of Education in Malaysia declared they were going Google.
On Friday, the city of Boston announced it would ditch Microsoft and move its government employees to Google Apps.