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.
11 stats on you need to know about cloud data loss
By definition, a cloud is hazy, foggy, vague and obscure. And when things are nebulous, our sense of worry heightens. Yet most of the time our fears of the unknown are unjustified, and they limit us more than they help us.
Google has a decent article on how to delete Google Apps users, but as a Google Apps admin, you know deleting the account is only half the story.
We are excited to announce our Backupify for Google Apps Spring Release (even though our local Boston weather refuses to accommodate our theme).
Want to live dangerously? Fine. We just gave you a bunch of things to add to your bucket list.
Last week, we wrote about the assumed relationship between Big Data and innovation, and highlighted that there is an important analytical step necessary to move from the former to the latter.
Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal wrote about “How Big Data Is Changing the Whole Equation”, and discussed how companies from every sector are leveraging the sea of data now available thanks to the Internet.
It’s almost here… Saint Backup Day is just one week away and it’s our job to make sure you’re prepared.
Late last month, the Cloud Security Alliance identified the following as the Top 9 Cloud Security Threats in 2013.
It’s that special time of year when we reflect on the importance of our digital assets and think about the ways we can guard against their loss.
I remember the days pre-Gmail. Outlook search was horrible and so at every new job I started by setting up dozens of file folders to classify important emails.