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How to Back Up Gmail Emails

Ever went looking for an old email with an all-important PowerPoint attached that you couldn’t find? Or better yet, ever lost an important Gmail email from your manager, and need to ask him for input yet again? Akward. This happens all too often in any type of business all around the world. Google’s cloud-based email system is vital to many small businesses around the world. But it’s easy to lose our data at the stroke of a key, if you accidentally delete emails you think you won’t need for the future. Let’s look at the alternatives to back up Gmail emails: here’s how you can keep your data safe and easily recoverable.

Gmail Emails are not Automatically Backed Up

Cloud providers like G Suite (former Google Apps) offer decent data retention capabilities. However, they have limited recovery options and they cannot guarantee data is recoverable at all times. The solution? Back up Gmail using either Google Vault or a separate Cloud Backup solution, that will keep your data safe from harm.

When users delete cloud files (whether Gmail emails, Calendars, Contacts or other objects), they will be surprised to know they don’t have a backup readily available. Google can guarantee that their services will be online and functional 99.99% of the time. But if you deleted a file more than 30 days ago, you may not be able to recover it.

How to Back Up Gmail Email

There’s a few ways you can go about backing up cloud data like Gmail email. One of them is the Google Vault archiving service.

Google Vault

However, this would mean all your data is in the hands of one cloud provider. Not all businesses are comfortable with that (and compliance might get in the way), so there’s alternative solutions like Cloud Backup from StorageCraft, a dedicated data protection company that’s been producing backup software for over 14 years.

Cloud Backup 

Cloud Backup allows easy data management and administration, so the data is always available in easy-to-use formats. You can restore to the original Gmail account, or you can restore to a different account. It even makes migration easy if you’re looking to move to Office 365.

Be quick to get a demo of the StorageCraft Cloud Backup for G Suite!

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