Today’s post is part two of a series on How to Archive Google Apps accounts. For the complete story, download the free ebook. In last week’s post, I outlined the factors that should influence your user-archiving process. Today I’ll present the first of the four major methods for archiving your departing users’ Google Apps accounts. […]

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In every business, employees resign, retire or are terminated regularly. If your company happens to run a Google Apps domain, what do you do with a departing users’ data? Simply deprovisioning a Google Apps user is more complicated than it seems—there’s an easy way and a nuanced, security-conscious process—but any competent user-removal checklist should address […]

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In response to all of the buzz around Google+ updates, we’re here to shed some light on what these changes mean for users. Google may not be investing in Google+…but the social networking channel isn’t disappearing any time soon. Check out the three things you need to know. 1. Free from Google+ Shackles: Users no […]

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Today’s post is the fourth and final in our blog series covering advanced security for Google Apps. You can read part one here, part two here and part three here. The complete guide to Google Apps security configuration and compliance can be downloaded here. In the three previous posts, we highlighted the advanced Google Apps security […]

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    Update: Check out our latest blog post and eBook for best practices on how to Delete a Google Apps Account. When the time comes to remove a user from a Google Apps domain, administrators are faced with two apparently mutually exclusive goals: Delete the user account to recover the $50 annual seat license […]

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