How to Back up Google Calendar?

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Google Calendar Backup and Recovery

Google Calendar, since its initial release in April of 2006, has become the web standard for scheduling and being reminded about impending events. Your spouse’s, family,  friends’, and colleagues’ birthdays, anniversaries and other important milestones will never be forgotten.  Yes, with the help of Google Calendar, you can be the person that remembers.

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G Suite Security: Insider Threat Detection

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Spinbackup Cybersecurity Solution

Not all security threats come from outside your organization. Employees are a leading cause of data breaches according to a 2016 report by Experian. In this report, over half the companies surveyed said they had suffered a security incident or data breach due to a malicious or negligent employee.

Some employee security risks can be dealt with through staff training and the implementation of security policies; for example, ensuring all users on the system are educated in password security and follow the company’s BYOD policy. Moreover, it is important to plan a secure employee exit beforehand.

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How Blockchain Can Drive Legal Industry Forward

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Trust has always been a key instrument of economics. Up until recently, central banks have acted as the metaphorical custodian of trust, employing complex processes that force populations to participate in bank accounts and credit cards to earn trust benefits, like credit scores. Yet, devastating moments such as the 2008 U.S. financial crisis that took an enormous taxpayer-funded bailout showed the same centralized and slow processes were weakening and could not adapt quickly enough in a digital economy.

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4 Cybersecurity Lessons Learned from the Facebook Data Leak

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4 Cybersecurity Lessons Learned from the Facebook Data Leak?

Data privacy today is becoming increasingly complex and elusive. It seems in today’s world, everyone has an online presence. This includes various social media accounts, online banking accounts, membership accounts, utility company accounts, service accounts, and the list goes on and on. Even normal everyday users who do only a few things online will have a dozen or more accounts they can call to mind.

When we stop and think about our data as it exists online, it can contain personal information that we would not want to have exposed. Social media and data privacy has become a very heated subject, especially with the recent Facebook data scandal that has been topping news headlines for the past few days. It helps to shed light on an increasingly difficult “fine line” that tech giants and large corporations are treading with our personal data.

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Secure Cloud-to-cloud Backup

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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.

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How to Protect Your Google Account

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Let’s me discuss a problem that can happen with every Google user. The truth is that your Google account can be hacked by “bad guys” but developers from Google do a great work fighting with them every day.  No matter it is your personal Google account, where are kept only your private messages, or it is a business G Suite account where important business correspondence with customers and partners is kept.

Risks for Your Google Account Data

Let me review some of the most frequent motives hackers may have:

  1. someone wanted to read letters of his wife
  2. someone wanted to get money for cracking
  3. someone knows the names of competitor’s clients.

They could delete your private messages, send out spam mail or make your messages public. The list of motives could be long. But the essence remains the same. So what to do? How can you get fully protected?

There are three ways how to prevent your data loss and avoid using weak passwords:

  1. Valid e-mail account listed as your secondary account;
  2. SMS
  3. Security question

Google Account Backup and Recovery with Spinbackup

However, neither way guarantees you 100% security. It just complicates hackers and sifts out amateurs. That’s why I would recommend the fourth way – cloud data backup and recover. The main advantage of this method is even if you have been run into the hacker’s attack, all your data copied to another server, which nobody knows.  And the consequences of such an attack will be just a couple of extra clicks that would return everything in place. Please note, you can always recover your data using Spinbackup which provides efficient backup and recovery service, and thanks to innovative technology of Google, it does not require to enter your Google password. It reduces the probability of intercept your password during the transferring over the network. So do not put yourself at a risk to lose all your data. Data Recovery made easy with SpinBackup!

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Cloud Storage Environmental Impact

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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.

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