As per our Master Subscription Agreement, if you delete Spanning Backup from your Google Workspace domain, your backups will be queued for deletion.
Google just launched a feature which lets users restore their Gmail contacts to a previous state from any time in the past 30 days. This is a great addition to Gmail, and will save users lots of heartache. It’s essentially a big “undo”
Brett Carver volunteers on the Gmail Help forum as a Top Contributor with over 40,000 posts helping users with account recovery and various other topics. He is a software engineer with over 25 years of R&D and new product development experience.
Google recently announced the availability of two-factor authentication for Google Workspace Premier, Education, and Government Editions, and we’re proud to announce that Spanning Backup fully supports this important new technology. Here’s how it works
As a business owner or IT administrator, you know how hard it is to get all of the people at your company to back up their data. Unless the process is completely automatic, they simply won’t all do it.
Often when I tell people that Spanning Backup backs up Google Calendar, Contacts, and Docs, they give me a puzzled look and ask, “Do I need to do that?”
Since launching Spanning Backup almost two weeks ago, we’ve gotten some great questions. We’ve added answers to some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) to our FAQ page
After months of beta testing, Spanning Backup for Google Workspace has launched. Since the beta began, we’ve backed up over 100 million calendar events, contacts, and docs for our users. That’s 100 million fewer things they have to worry about.