How to Migrate Google Data between Accounts

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How to Migrate Google Data from One Google Account to Another One

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.

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Google Apps for Education Backup

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Google Apps for Education Backup

G Suite for Education (formerly called Google Apps for Education) is a suite of web applications including Gmail, Hangouts, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Groups, News, Play, Sites, and Google Vault (about the difference between Vault and Spinbackup read here). that are customizable and designed specifically for use in schools, colleges, universities, and other educational institutions.

G Suite for Education (GSFE) was first launched in Arizona State University in 2006. It now has over 25 million users worldwide and is used by 74 of the top 100 universities.

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G Suite Data Protection for Enterprise and Education

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Spinbackup for Business G Suite Data Protection

Data loss and data leak disasters caused by both outsider and insider threats happens far more frequently than most organizations realize. In fact, over 50 data records are stolen every second. Even more records are accidentally deleted, and in many cases, users may not realize that some critical files or messages have been deleted until many months or years later. These two problems go hand in hand and become increasingly interdependent every year. To fight both of them efficiently and effectively, organizations need a comprehensive solution that protects from both problems at the same time.

G Suite data protection by Spinbackup is the most comprehensive  solution for enterprise-grade companies and educational institutions. Spinbackup combines cybersecurity and disaster recovery features while protecting you from data leak and loss in one dashboard. Additionally you get one support and one invoice in the same place.

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API-based CASB Spinbackup Announces 2017 Results

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spinbackup casb 2017 results

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – January 25, 2018 – Spinbackup, a leading cloud security and cloud-to-cloud backup solutions provider for G Suite, and an API-based CASB (Cloud Access Security Broker) announced today it’s significant growth milestones in 2017, as the company’s customer base exceeded 2,000 SMB’s, educational and enterprise organizations globally.

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Cloud-to-Cloud Migration: How to Detect Security Issues

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The cloud computing boom has brought many benefits to businesses regarding increased productivity and easier accessibility to corporate online systems. Unfortunately, it has also introduced some new security concerns and an increase in the number of data breaches that occur each year.

The main reason for this is that cloud services make it much easier to access and share data from outside the organization. In a traditional computing model, data breaches are most commonly caused by stolen hardware or a malicious attack on company systems. Data breaches from the cloud may simply be caused by a careless employee sharing files with the wrong person.

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10 of the Riskiest Mobile Apps You Probably Downloaded

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Spinbackup top riskiest mobile apps downloaded 2016

If your company has a BYOD policy, it can be extremely difficult to manage the apps that are installed and used on users’ own devices that are used for work. These apps can often help improve productivity and collaboration, but they can also introduce many new security risks.

User installed apps have a couple of main drawbacks. One is that employees are likely to download popular apps that are used by millions of other users. This makes them an attractive target for hackers, purely because of the potential impact that a successful attack could have. These apps are usually easy to use and make sharing information simple, making them attractive for users, but are also typically less secure than enterprise-level apps.

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Secure Your Device From Ransomware and Malware

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Spinbackup Top 5 Steps to Securing Your Device From Malicious BehaviorToday, mobile devices, mostly tablets and smartphones, are widely expanding and becoming an integral part of our daily life. Users are increasingly storing their personal data on the devices, which they practically do not let out of their hands. It’s practical and useful, but at the same time, it gives rise to new problems. Easily accessible valuable information increases the risk of online threats. Every year, security of mobile devices and the stored data is being given more attention.

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Biggest Cybersecurity Threats: from Within or Outside?

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Cyber attacks should be of great concern for businesses of any size in this day and age. Data breaches are reaching epidemic levels, with 46 data records being stolen every second. As cyber security threat detection is  essential for digital health of any organization, you need to identify the risk sources: external or internal.

Most companies focus on reducing the threats from outside the business. However threats originating from within the organization may be a bigger threat than most people realize. In fact one of the main causes of data breaches is an unintentional leak due to a careless employee.

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Cloud Backup and Recovery: What to Expect in 2018

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With the technologies in cloud computing moving so fast, and adoption rates increasing rapidly, we can expect to see some exciting developments in 2017. At the same time, security risks are at an all time high and cloud services must constantly battle between developing new innovations and investing in proactive measures to keep cybercriminals out.

Many IT specialists are predicting that 2018 will be “the year of the cloud”, as companies increasingly have to deal with the backup needs of massive amounts of data, connect more and more devices to the Internet of Things, and start to appreciate the benefits that a cloud-based IT strategy can offer.

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