Google Docs and Drive Sharing and Security

G Suite vs Gmail

April 23, 2019 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

G Suite vs Gmail

Using free software and services to save money can be appealing to businesses on a tight budget. However, using free Gmail for your business communications may limit the potential growth of your business and could open you up to data security and legal vulnerabilities that you can easily avoid with G Suite.

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Google Docs vs Microsoft Word

April 17, 2019 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

Google Docs vs MS Word

The text creation software market is saturated with a mix of popular brand names and independent companies providing paid and free licenses. However, there are two competitors that are fighting tooth and nail to be named as the best word processing software, the battle of Google Docs vs Microsoft Word. In this article we compare these two products and suggest why you may choose one over the other.

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G Suite Security Best Practices

March 20, 2019 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

G Suite Security Best Pracites & DLP

According to the 2018 Cost of a Data Breach study you are more likely to experience a data breach than you are to catch the flu. How do you protect your organization from a data breach and implement G Suite Security best practices? We discussed this topic in a recent webinar and highlighted 5 ways to avoid a data breach with G Suite.

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Edit Documents together in real time with teammates, partners or clients!

February 19, 2015 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan
Edit documents together in real time with teammates, partners or clients. Open Google Drive »
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How To Share Docs, Slides and Drawings With People Who Do Not Have a Google Account

June 16, 2014 | Posted by: Meghan Donovan

Google has made it easier to share Docs, Slides and Drawings with people who don’t have a Google Account. As a result of this change, files shared outside your domain to an email address not linked to an existing Google Account can be viewed without having to sign in or create a new Google Account. If a file is shared with edit or comment permissions, the receiving user must still sign in with a Google Account in order to edit or comment on that file.

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