Team Drives Management Tips

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Google gives people who use G Suite Business, Enterprise, Education, or Nonprofit editions two distinct types of Google Drive storage: My Drive and Team Drives. Both serve as a reliable place to store, organize, and share files. Yet, there’s one major difference between the two: When you add a file to a Team Drive, all … Continued


6 Easy Steps to SharePoint Security

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Control User Access with Permissions SharePoint has built-in security features that, as a Site Administrator, allow you to control who has access to sites and/or specific content – including monitoring exact documents and seeing when they were accessed. Every individual site is part of a Site Collection – a group formed in a hierarchical structure … Continued


Tips to Make Use of G Suite

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G Suite — formerly known as Google Apps for Work—has recently enhanced its enterprise appeal, adding new collaboration and productivity tools in efforts to compete with options from Slack and Microsoft. As of January 2017, more than 3 million businesses were using the G Suite in the workplace, the company reported, including Whirlpool, PWC, and … Continued


Microsoft OneDrive New Features

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At its core, OneDrive is a file hosting service like Dropbox or Google Drive. It helps people, no matter where they are, share and work together on files. While standard OneDrive is designed for personal use, OneDrive for Business is based on SharePoint and is meant for storing business documents and files. The business version … Continued


UpDates. Vol VII-VIII, December 2018 – January 2019

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Here’s the special New Year entry of our monthly digest. UpSafe has done a lot of improvements into our Office 365 Backup and G Suite Backup systems in December and January. Here are some of the most significant things we managed to improve during the last two months: Point-in-time restore has been added for OneDrive, Google Drive, … Continued


Google Drive: Cleaning Up

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Google gives you 15GB of free space in Google Drive, which seems like a pretty good deal compared to Dropbox’s 2GB and Box’s 10GB. But there’s a catch — that 15GB limit includes not only your Google Drive, but also your Gmail account (messages and attachments) and Google Photos. If you use Gmail as one … Continued


Google Team Drives Usability

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Team Drives is an amazing cloud collaboration instrument. Let’s have a look on some of it’s numerous applications.   Onboarding new hires is easier In any organization, when new employees are recruited, they are subjected to training after which they are given their access to work and other organizational resources. This process can be cumbersome … Continued


Office 365 Backup. Threats. Part II

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This week we’ll continue looking at the possible threats to Office 365 a.k.a. reasons to use Office 365 backup to protect your most valuable data. Last week we touched upon the actual threats for the data to disappear without Office 365 backup: hacker attacks, expiration and human factor. Today we’ll cover some key advantages of … Continued


Office 365 Backup: Threats. Part I.

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Office 365 backup as a topic in general has emerged recently, because of many companies’ use of this agile and extremely capable collaboration network. Although, great opportunities bring great risks: keeping all of your data, including even the most valuable one, in one place is a threat as such, and the fact that it’s “in … Continued


Microsoft Sharepoint: Comparing to Microsoft OneDrive

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Microsoft Sharepoint and OneDrive for Business have a lot in common yet there is a set of unique features which makes the former a more sophisticated teamworking tool. OneDrive is an onlineplatform designed to store files and documents of every possible kind. Usually its users/consumers are those who have a need for safe place to store important … Continued