Category: G Suite Backup and Recovery
All about SaaS data backup and recovery. Causes of data loss and case studies how to avoid it.
If you are here, you probably already experienced the bitterness of important data loss. Maybe you deleted it by accident, or someone who shared access to Google Drive with you deleted initial data. Or maybe, your business became a victim of some malicious actions, which resulted in major data loss. Or maybe, you’re just cautious and working ahead of the curve.
No organization today is exempt from need to retrieve data for various purposes whether it is for disaster recovery, legal matters, financial audits, or other business-specific use cases. Organizations have traditionally protected data in on-premises environments in the typical fashion of rotating backups through a schedule of retention policies. Backup data then gets shifted to longer term storage for having on hand in case the need arises to access historic data. As businesses shift more and more data to cloud environments, understanding how specific data can be recalled in the event of not only disaster recovery, but other cases of business need, is a question that organizations must consider.
In the world of sales, contacts are everything. Many companies hire people not just for their sales abilities, but also for the contacts that they bring with them. Most salespeople are well aware of how valuable their contact list is and may try to keep it private, away from their employers.
While this is not too much of an issue as long as they are working for your company, it may well be when they leave. The loss of an employee can also mean losing valuable sales contacts, especially if a CRM was not used to manage this data.
The Cloud is one of the most rapidly growing computing technologies of modern times and global spending on cloud technologies is expected to reach $250 billion by 2017.
However, many organizations remain sceptical about replacing their traditional IT methods and workflow with cloud-based alternatives, often due to internal beliefs about the cloud that are either untrue or exaggerated:
The heart of data protection, both in the enterprise and in the cloud, is backups. No matter how many mechanisms are in place for high availability of infrastructure as well as security mechanisms, backing data up is critically important. Backups allow organizations to protect their most valuable asset against all types of events or disaster recovery scenarios. There are various types of backup technologies and use cases that come into play when architecting data protection solutions for both on-premises and cloud environments.
The first digital camera (1975), invented ironically enough by Eastman Kodak, weighed 8 pounds (3.6 kg), had a resolution of 0.01 megapixels and took 23 seconds to take a black and white photo. The first production, digital camera didn’t hit the streets until 1990. Digital images now permeate our lives and a sizeable portion of those images are stored online, at the servers of Google Photos.
If you rely on Google Calendar to stay organized and productive, you can’t afford to be blocked from using it, ever. But that happens more often than you’d expect, given the size and power of the Google company. People using Google Calendar to manage their workday and social lives, should regularly implement Google Calendar backup.
Spinbackup is a cloud-to-cloud backup and cloud G Suite security solution provider. We protect organizations of all types against data leaks and data loss disasters. We do it in the cloud by backing up SaaS data, analyzing it and alerting G Suite Administrators of potential insider threats and business risks.
Our unique market value proposition is to remove human factor for data security and use machine learning algorithms to fully automate G Suite data protection and we do it all in one very well designed dashboard.
There is increased pressure on modern organizations not only to make profits, but also to make business decisions that are socially and environmentally responsible.
Many offices have a “green policy” that aims to reduce their environmental impact in terms of energy usage, use of physical resources such as paper, and pollution and waste.
If you’ve logged into your Google Drive recently, you may have noticed a new link to “Backups” in the main menu: