What if you want your Google account up and running online again, just as it was before the account was lost or deleted? In this case, you’ll want to fully restore the data from the deleted account to an active account, and you’ll need Spanning’s help to do this.
Spanning Backup makes this type of Google account recovery simple. As always, you can complete your backup and recovery goals in just a matter of clicks:
With self-managed encryption keys, Spanning customers now have full control over their data, allowing them to audit key usage, set key rotation policies and revoke access to data at any time — making all encrypted data unreadable.
Data protection has two facets — one focused on protecting data with encryption, firewalls, employee trainings, regular audits — and the other focused on recovering data quickly and easily, with minimal negative impact on business continuity. Backup is only as effective as the accurate, rapid recovery from the backup. In this blog, we’ll take a deep dive into some of our customers’ favorite Spanning Backup for G Suite recovery features. Look for a subsequent blog on customer favorites for Office 365 and SharePoint Online.
Data is big business. With more and more data being created by people around the world every day, there is a growing market, and need, for data protection. This, compounded with the rising rates of malware, ransomware, and data loss due to everyday human error, make backup for your SaaS applications like G Suite, Office 365 and Salesforce, a must-have. In this post we outline and weigh-in on the differences between Native backup, DRaaS backup, and SaaS data backup for your SaaS applications.
Salesforce Ben and Daivat Dholakia, Senior Product Manager at Spanning, discussed an interesting use case — what it would take to restore Salesforce data into an org even if your Salesforce production org is unavailable. Read this spirited Q&A to learn more about backup for Salesforce.