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5 Tips to Help your Enterprise Switch to Google Apps

May was definitely a good month for Google this year, with two major enterprises announcing their decision to switch to Google Apps within just days of one another. The City of Boston migrated 20,000 of its employees to Google Apps, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) switched 12,000 employees over in a 90-day rollout. Whether…

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The difference between Google Apps Vault and cloud backup…

…and why understanding the difference is crucial to your business   A January 2013 report by the Aberdeen Group showed that, of the companies using SaaS services, 32% have reported losing data. So, it’s no wonder that companies are concerned about data safety—especially when it comes to cloud computing. Recently, there has been confusion over the role…

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How to Choose the Right Cloud-to-Cloud Backup for your Organization

If you’ve been tasked with choosing a backup solution for your company’s cloud apps, the following key questions can help you pick a cloud security service that best suits your organization’s present and future needs. Does the provider back up more than just cloud data? Cloud evangelists preach about ditching onsite servers and moving completely…

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A compelling case for small business to safeguard against cyber attacks.

A new report from the Ponemon Institute revealed an alarming statistic: nearly one-third of small enterprises in the United States suffered a cyber attack in 2012. And what’s worse is that following the attacks, 72% of those organizations were not able to fully restore their company’s data. And from a cloud computing perspective, this news…

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The leading causes of SaaS data loss (and how you can prevent it)

For many cloud users, one of the primary benefits of cloud computing is that your cloud provider uses redundant systems to store your data. And while this may be true, it doesn’t mean your data is safe. Data loss is something every organization guards against. Images of clandestine programmers in a dimly lit room hacking…

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