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.
For four years now, Backupify has lead the cloud backup space forward with one simple belief: that as the world moves to the cloud, every piece of the on-premise technology stack must move with it.
Enterprise customers can now set their own Gmail backup retention period for Backupify users on their Google Apps domain.
One of the venture funds that invested in Backupify lost a bunch of data in Google Docs.
First, the bad news: Your Google Apps login is the key to accessing every scrap of data in your Google Apps account—which makes it the most enticing target for hackers looking to compromise your Google Apps security.
A study by McKinsey & Company found that in 2011 corporations spent $28 Billion on cloud services and by 2015 that number is estimated to exceed the $70 Billion mark.
We recently launched some new features that provide customers some more flexibility in terms of how their Google Apps backups are configured.
It breaks down like this: If you’re a Microsoft Outlook addict who also uses Gmail, the free ride is over.
Many email providers, including Gmail, limit attachment sizes to no more than 25 MB. Google Drive to the rescue!
Check out our Google Sites backup and let us know how you are using Google Sites for your organization.
Google Drive is more than just an online place to stash files.