Category: G Suite Best Practices
Step-by-step instructions how to backup, restore and migrate Google Apps with Spinbackup. The guide on cybersecurity solutions for SMB, Enterprise and Educational organisations.
Google Drive was launched in 2012 and now boasts over one million business and personal users using it to back up their data, documents, photos, spreadsheets, presentations and more.
Although there are several other cloud backup services available, Google Drive is one of the most popular due to its generous storage allowance (free up to 15GB and only $1.99 per month up to 100GB), integration with Gmail and other Google Apps, and seamless synchronization with client software.
Now we observe how businesses and non-profits are moving all of their valuable data to the cloud. Backup has already become their culture and savvy ones introduce CASB systems to protect their data from the most popular and dangerous cyber security risks. But since nobody knows what kind of new threat can occur, the only response remaining in case of a disaster is to follow a Disaster Recovery plan.
Google provides a feature for G Suite users called ‘Two-Step Verification’, which is designed to improve the security of not only your G Suite account, but your entire online presence. If your Google account is ever hacked, a domino effect may ensue. You are particularly vulnerable if you reuse the same password for other accounts, such as Twitter or Facebook. If a hacker gets into one account, the chances are strong that the other accounts will also eventually be compromised.
There exists a number of occasions, when the need for such service arises, so our platform is the easiest solution for that task.
Spinbackup provides a secure solution for efficient Google data migration between accounts. Migration is currently available for Individual Google users and G Suite organizations that are looking for secure transfers of all their Google Drive files, Gmail messages, Hangouts chats, Google Contacts and Google Calendars data from one Google account to another. Please, note that this feature is available for paid account users only and don’t forget to upgrade your Spinbackup account after free trial.
The farther we get, the more methods and practices we need to secure our online environment. You get used to meeting two-step verification in such services as Google account, Apple ID, Dropbox, Facebook. It is a durable and handy way, which adds additional protection to your account. So we added this method as an integral part of our data protection technology.
On April 22, 2007 Google launched the professional package of Google Apps for Enterprise. Since then, more than 6 million companies around the world are using Google Apps for managing their business. So what has been the secret of Google’s success? In my opinion, it’s as a result of ongoing service & security improvements, along with enhanced capabilities that require only a nominal amount of additional IT resources.