It's not uncommon to come across an organization with dozens or even hundreds of employees leveraging the consumer (free) version of Google Drive to manage and share work content. There are a lot of reasons this is a bad idea.Read More
A common question is, "how do I share subfolders in Team Drives?" With the current system, especially traditional file servers, it's extremely common to have different sharing permissions in subfolders than exist in the top level folder(s).Read More
There's been some confusion about Google File Stream replacing Google Drive. In short, File Stream is part of Google Drive just like Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides are part of Google Drive. File Stream is the new name for the Google Drive application installed on your PC or Mac. File Stream is the application that syncs your computer to Google Drive.Read More
The best way to move from Windows File Server to Google Drive depends. For larger organizations, a dedicated migration software is going to be needed. Umzuzu offer's DIY Google Cloud migration software starting at just $11/user. We also offer Managed Migration services for more complex transitions. What about organizations with a few employees or with relatively straightforward file server requirements? Well, we can get a bit more creative.Read More
Google has made the deployment of 2-Step Verification a breeze. We recommend 2-Step Verification (2SV) to all our clients. The most common threats faced today are phishing attacks and spear phishing attacks. While not 100% impenetrable, 2SV enhances the organization's overall security substantially. Here are a few basic deployment steps.Read More
There are all kinds of reasons you might want to configure a Forward on a G Suite User's account. The easiest option is changing the Account password and accessing it directly. From the Gmail Settings you can add the Forward. You can also set a Forward from Admin.Google.comRead More
If you're still using Google Tasks, I'd switch to Keep asap as it looks like this is probably the direction Google is heading. If you work in the Google ecosystem of apps, Keep is a solid addition to your toolkit.Read More
Let me know if this sounds familiar. You sit down to knock out some emails or maybe you're trying to check your grocery list. Your iPhone really, really, really wants you to try and join one of any number of random WiFi networks. It can be downright annoying. Thankfully it's super easy to "fix".
Visit Settings > WiFi (it must be enabled) and turn off 'Ask to Join Networks'