Category: G Suite Tutorials
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.
When an employee leaves a company, moves to another department, or is simply fired, there is no need to pay for an unused account if you can migrate critical data to another account. But the cybersecurity world is challenging businesses and educational organizations with new threats that require maintenance of their cloud data with the help of technically advanced SaaS providers. Using data migration tools is becoming a common practice, but simple data migration is not enough to accomplish the task. To migrate G Suite data effectively, you need a sophisticated combination of a migration tool and version control.
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.
When you use your mobile device, you expect some level of privacy. It’s difficult to have an honest conversation or send a straightforward text message if you believe all of your intimate communications and images will be shared with strangers. The digital world we live in comes with many drawbacks in terms of electronic privacy and security.
Since the official release of Spinbackup for Business in 2016, there have been many exciting updates to the service. Please read on to find out more about our latest updates in Backup & Recovery and in Cybersecurity sections.
Gmail now boasts more than 1 billion monthly active users. Let’s discover Gmail tips which will help you efficiently use efficiently the the most popular email interface for both personal and business needs.
Gmail’s popularity is due to it’s easy-to-use interface, integration with other Google apps, and the fact that it’s cloud-based which means your account can be accessed from any device, anywhere in the world.
In this article we will take a look at major cybersecurity risks and best practices how to reduce or avoid corporate data leakage.
There have been some very high profile data breaches in the last couple of years, all of which have cost thousands of dollars of damage and a severe blow to the reputation of the company involved:
Storing and maintaining the integrity of data is at the heart of any business from small sole trader to large multinational company.
Valuable enterprise data including customer contact and financial details, stock and sale records, email communications, company documents and other sensitive information must be thoroughly protected to ensure the ongoing successful operation of the business.
Google Vault is a great solution to archive some of your G Suite (Google Apps) data, but it doesn’t perform backup. You can’t use it as an automated backup and recovery solution daily, so it doesn’t protect you against data loss.
With most of our lives being run in the digital realm these days, losing access to your Google account can be a catastrophe. This is especially true for Android users, who use Google account on phone as their identity in the operating system. This makes having a proper backup strategy for your Android phone essential to your overall data and identity protection plans, and means you should think about Google account recovery for Android before you find yourself in a tough situation.
Gmail is one of the most popular cloud-based email service, with over one billion monthly active users.
Gmail users like the service because it is easy to use, comes with a generous free data allowance, and integrates seamlessly with Google Drive and other Google Apps. However, some of these users take the necessary steps to ensure their emails and files within Gmail are backed up in the case of accidental data loss or a hacked account.