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Gmail accounts affected by misfiling – Remember to check before February 14!

If Gmail accounts in your organization were affected by the misfiling of messages that occurred in Gmail between January 15 and January 21, you should have been informed about this from Google or your IT team, like this message to UCLA users. This was a global issue that caused some actions performed such as deleting…

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Cloudfinder to the rescue – another Google Apps service interruption

Between February 6 and 7 several Google Apps accounts were hit by service interruptions lasting up to 5 hours. Any company with potentially business critical email, needs a second location backup. With Cloudfinder for Google Apps, in the event of service interruptions from Google, critical information is always accessible directly from Cloudfinder.  


The Google Apps Outage on Jan. 24 – Why Google is still great, but you NEED backup

Friday January 24, 10% of all Google Apps users experienced an hour of downtime, and many more had service interruptions for at least 30 minutes. This is not the first time GMail, Drive, or even good old Postini, have been out for minutes or hours. In 2013 we blogged and tweeted a number of these…

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The Cloudfinder for Google Apps School – Restoring a Calendar

In Google Apps, once you delete a calendar, it’s practically impossible to restore it from within Google Apps. Even a single deleted event is very hard to recover, as described by Google here. In Cloudfinder, you can easily search for individual events based on any keywords and date filter, and you can just as easily…

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Assembling a Cloud-Savvy IT Dream Team: Top 5 Skills to Look for

We all know we’re on the cusp of a cloud computing revolution and, while we can’t be sure of exactly where the cloud will take us, we need to hire the best team today to gain a competitive foothold in the cloud of tomorrow. Whether you’re already filling positions with cloud-specific titles or general IT…

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