It may be tempting to use free enterprise-grade electronic file sync and share tools like Google Drive as a backup solution, but doing so may put your data at risk in multiple ways. This white paper covers how Google Drive fails as a backup solution, including:
Not backing up all user data
Causing user productivity to decrease
Lack of ability to restore data reliably or efficiently
Not protecting against insider threats
Making your data vulnerable to attack and breach
Google Drive’s inability to meet data security and compliance requirements
Read the white paper today to learn more about how Google Drive creates these security issues when used as a backup solution.
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