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If you haven’t used Google Sites recently, you might be surprised at just how much Google has matured the Sites application. Case in point: Google now supports both native versioning and basic undelete functionality for all Google Sites pages by default. Here’s how you can use Sites’ out-of-the-box functionality to repair or restore lost or […]

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So, you just downloaded the newest, shiniest contacts management app to your smartphone, linked it to your Google Apps account to sync with your Gmail Contacts, and now you’re waiting for your mobile address book to fill with everyone you’ve ever known. And now all your contacts are gone. From Google and your phone. Completely. […]

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Recently our CEO Rob May spoke at the CIO Cloud Summit in NYC about the severity and frequency of data loss in SaaS applications. In his presentation, he discussed how companies using the Public Cloud often believe they’re more protected than they actually are. But their data is in serious risk of being lost – […]

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Amazon Web Services has been the dominant player in the cloud computing market since it first launched in 2006.  The cloud itself is projected to grow immensely in the next decade, and a decent percentage of that growth is directed at AWS, with research firms forecasting AWS’s revenues at $10 billion by 2016 and $20 […]

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One of the constant internal debates we have at Backupify is about how to make restoring data to Google Apps as fast and easy as possible. There are two primary ways to find a deleted item to restore: search, and browse. If you remember the name of the document, but not where it was located, […]

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