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Deleting and Restoring A Google GSuite User

Two of the most common tasks for a Google Apps Admin is creating and deleting user accounts.  While seemingly simple ("Do I just choose Delete?") Apps Admins should discuss a forming a company procedure that can help protect your organization and domain.

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The 3 Types of Google Apps Users that Need Backup

  • February 18, 2014

As a Google Apps Admin, one of your jobs is to keep an eye on things that go on with company files. Have you ever had a file or even an entire set of files randomly disappear, never to be found again? This sort of thing can easily be prevented with proper back-ups performed on a regular basis, via Cloud Backup services. So, how do you know which users files to keep a close eye on? Which files should be backed up regularly?

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Cloud Computing Pros and Cons

What is Cloud Computing?

You hear the word in tech circles all the times these days:  "I have my business on the cloud!"  What exactly does that mean?

Cloud computing is a reference to computing resources, (like software or hardware) that exist on computers that are a distance from the user, and are delivered and employed by end users as a service over a network like the internet.  Chances are likely that you are already using cloud-based computing without even realizing it; for instance, web-based email services are "in the cloud."

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Google starts Certifying Apps Admins

Google has quietly launched a certification path for Administrators of Google Apps For Business and it's no walk in the park.  Early reports from test takers is that the exam, while fair, is comprehensive and demonstrates enterprise level administrative control for business and organizational use of the fledgling office suite.

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An Overview of Managed Services

  • February 17, 2014

Managed Services is the process of outsourcing some day-to-day management or services at a company as a way of accessing a higher level of professionals than a company may be able to afford, as well as cutting operating costs within an operation.

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9 Reasons to Use Google Apps over an on-premise Email Server

In February 2007, Google Apps for Business was officially launched. Since then, the business world has seen over 5 million organizations adopt these apps for company efficiency. What an unbelievable market adoption rate! The Google Apps Team has been signing more than 5,000 businesses up to the Apps platform each day. And, believe it or not, these Apps are essential to the daily operations of Google, Inc., itself, as well as its 20,000 employees.

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5 Simple Reasons to love Gmail for Business

As a business owner you have a responsibility to run your business and you have to be smart about running it to be successful. How you go about running it successfully is by taking advantage of smart cloud based tools in management, marketing, and accounting. Gmail for Business is one of those smart cloud based tools you may want to use for the effective management of your business. Gmail for Business is a secure cloud based email solution for 21st century businesses--a tool literally trusted today by over 5 million businesses--including small to medium-sized businesses, C-level executives, CEOs, CFOs as well as IT/email managers and administrative assistants.

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4 Reasons to use Google Drive

Many business owners, like yourself, may use several different devices during the day. Many times you will run into issues with operating systems on computers and mobile devises that are not compatible with different programs. With so many choices it is easy to get lost.

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3 Benefits of Google Sites

Today, a growing number of businesses are using Google Sites as part of Google business apps to build their company intranets and internal project sites. Google Sites makes it easy for businesses to create secure web pages with the capacity to support intranet, team projects or client extranets. Easy in the sense that you really do not need HTML coding or web design experience to get your Google Sites operating system up and running.

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