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G Suite is a highly attractive collection of tools for SMEs: they’re cheap, even free to use, widely known and cloud-based, allowing you to work from anywhere. Since the productivity suite is owned by one of the world’s premier tech giants, most people trust their data is in good hands when it’s stored with Google.
In the past few weeks, this blog has focused on the shortcomings of the built-in recovery measures of the G Suite and Office 365, highlighting the need for a third-party backup solution. There are a number of myths about cybersecurity and data backup surrounding these two cloud-based suites. People often use these misconceptions to convince themselves they don’t need an external backup solution for their data.
Over the past couple of weeks on this blog, we’ve been going over the limitations popular cloud-based productivity suites Office 365 and G Suite have when it comes to backing up your data. Clearly, if you take your data security seriously and want to minimise downtime and having to redo lost work, you need a third-party backup solution for your files and messages.
Data backup is not what it used to be. As we’ve discussed on this blog in recent weeks, neither Office 365 nor G Suite offer comprehensive data backup tools for most organisations which is why investing in a third-party backup solution is so important. This is because the modern features now commonly associated with data backup products are so useful it makes perfect sense even for the smallest of organisations to invest in one. Read on to discover how data backup has changed in recent years and how Backupify, one of our recommended backup solutions, can help with your data retention, business continuity and compliance.