Google Takeout creates a copy of your data … which you can do anything you’d like with. Google Takeout is a free service available to any type of Google Account. For security reasons, it can be disabled by G Suite Administrators. We frequently come across organizations leveraging Google Takeout to enable migration projects of various scopes and sizes. Don’t do this.Read More
End-to-End Encryption. With Virtru for Drive, you can have the best of both worlds. Leverage Google’s massive infrastructure (and cheap storage) while maintaining complete control of your data.Read More
Bandwidth limitations, access speeds and Internet outages limit traditional cloud storage solutions. A hybrid technology solves these problems by combining the accessibility and flexibility of cloud.Read More
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This copy of Microsoft Office 2016 cannot be used on a computer running Terminal Services. To use Office 2016 on a computer running Terminal Services, you must use a Volume License edition of Office.
Many clients have reached out for advice about desktop applications like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook. Historically, they have managed multiple Office licenses and tried to stay on top of serial numbers. The end result is a mishmash of Office versions 2003-2016, file incompatibilities, and scattered billing.Read More
The Windows file server is nearly ubiquitous in organizations large and small. This workhorse served us well for decades. Then something changed - well lots of things changed. We started working from everywhere, from all kinds of devices, and collaboration with internal team members and external partners exploded. Our trusty file server wasn't built for today's world.Read More
Are these the same computer? They are both HP Chromebook 11 EE units. Same screen size. Same RAM. Same SSD storage. What gives? Why is Umzuzu selling at a higher price than Amazon? Physically these two units are just about identical. Amazon has it listed at $178. Umzuzu's is $193.Read More
Drive File Stream is an application installed on your Windows PC or macOS device. It provides 'local' access in File Explorer or Finder to all your organizations content - Word files, Excel, PDFs, Video, CAD files, and more. You'll never need to VPN into a server again! Drive File Stream is a way to access all of your Google Drive files, including Team Drives, directly from your Mac or PC, without taking up space on your hard drive. The application does not require you to download your files first in order to access them from your computer. Instead, when you need to view or edit a file, it automatically streams from the cloud, on-demand!Read More
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
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