This will facilitate independent backup copies of Google Apps – thus protecting this critical corporate asset from potential data loss due to instances like accidental deletions, malicious destructions and hacking. "With the increasing number of instances of hacking and malicious destructions, a secure second copy of Google Apps data physically and logically isolated from the primary cloud would give a peace of mind to businesses and enterprises. Additionally, it will also give protection from the potential data loss that can happen because of user errors or improper use of features," said Anand.
Google Apps support will also allow IT admin to move data from one user account to another within the same domain or across domains. This will be very useful for businesses undergoing migrations. Google Apps support is currently in beta and will be available free to enterprise customers.
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