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Google for Work Security and Compliance Whitepaper

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The growth of the cloud has thrust the issue of security and trust into the spotlight. That’s because cloud services operate very differently from traditional on-premisese technology.

In the past, organizations felt that they had complete control over how infrastructure was run and who operated it. Organizations moving to the cloud will rely on cloud suppliers to manage the infrastructure, operations, and delivery of services.

We would like to provide an introduction to Google’s technology in the context of security and compliance.

CLICK HERE to download Google for Work Security and Compliance Whitepaper.

 

How Google Handles Your Data

Watch the video ‘How Google Handles Your Data’ 

Millions of businesses, schools, and government organizations trust Google to help them bring innovative technology to work and help their teams work better together.

As they rely more heavily on the cloud, they need to have confidence in the capabilities, reliability and security of this technology.

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Who owns the data I put into Google Apps? 

-> To put it simply, Google does not own your data. We don’t take a position on whether data belongs to individual users or the institution that signed up for Google Apps, but we know it doesn’t belong to us. The data you put into our systems is yours, and we believe it should stay that way. That means three key things:

1. We won’t share your data with others except as noted in our Privacy Policy.

2. We keep your data as long as you require us to keep it.

3. You should be able to take your data with you if you choose to use external services in conjunction with Google Apps or stop using our services altogether.

 

Where does Google store my data?

-> Your data is stored in Google’s network of geographically distributed data centers. Google’s computing clusters are designed with resiliency and redundancy in mind, eliminating any single point of failure and minimizing the impact of common equipment failures and environmental risks. Access to data centers is limited to select Google employees and personnel.

 

Is my data safe from your other customers when it is running on the same servers? 

->Yes. Data is virtually protected as if it were on its own server. Unauthorized parties cannot access your data. Your competitors cannot access your data, and vice versa. In fact, all user accounts are protected via this virtual lock and key that ensures that one user cannot see another user’s data. This is similar to how customer data is segmented in other shared infrastructures such as online banking applications.

 

Watch the video ‘How Google Handles Your Data’ and find out answers to your security and privacy questions.

 

 

Download the Google Apps Guide for IT Managers

CLICK HERE to download the Google Apps Guide for IT Managers

Google Apps is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps you and your team connect and get work done from anywhere on any device.

It’s simple to setup, use and manage, allowing you to work smarter and focus on what really matters.

 

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With more than 5 million businesses having moved to the cloud with Google Apps for Business, IT Managers all over the world are already helping to change the way their companies do business.

Need data security? 

->Fact: With Google Apps, your information is always backed up, encrypted and owned by you. We don’t share, sell, trade, or rent any personally identifiable user information.

Want to lower your technology costs?

->At only $5 per user per month or $50 per user per year, many companies implementing Google Apps have seen a 35% annual reduction in IT costs without compromising functionality.

Is mobility and productivity important?

->Your users can work from anywhere at any time on any device. And 53% of employees say they are already doing so.

 

We know this list of questions just scratches the surface. Feel free to contact us with any other questions you may have; we’re always willing to help.

This Google Apps Guide for IT Manager will help you learn more about Google Apps.

 

CLICK HERE to download the Google Apps Guide for IT Managers

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