In many ways, Google Drive is an immensely useful tool: it lets you store all of your files in a single place that you can then access from anywhere and from any device. It also makes sharing files and folders with team members or collaborators essentially seamless. But the ease with which Google makes your files accessible to you may also be a major drawback. Because you’re always logged in to Google both on your computer and your phone, it can be easy for someone else to access your Google Drive files if you lose one of your devices or leave it unattended. It’s easy to imagine how that could prove disastrous if you’re using Google Drive to store sensitive client or patient information, financial data, your company’s trade secrets, or any other confidential information. There are, however, a few ways to bolster Google Drive’s security by enhancing password protection. Additionally, deploying Sookasa for Google Drive also provides a secure and simple solution to encrypt your Google Drive files, enforce two-factor authentication, and maintain other privacy controls.Read more »
Category: Google Drive
Google Apps for Work quickly became one of the leading cloud providers for businesses, and it only continues to grow. By 2022, Gartner predicts that 1.2 billion business users will be using Google’s productivity suite, with nearly 700 million of them in the cloud. Google Drive, of course, is one of Google Apps’ signature components, allowing employees across industries to share docs, spreadsheets, and other files; sync them to their mobile devices with ease; and store them in the cloud for ready access from anywhere. Being able to encrypt Google Drive files is critical.Read more »
truly holistic, with tools to detect risks on Google Drive, protect important data, and enforce security policies.
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We’re thrilled to announce that today we released a beta version of Sookasa for Google Drive.
Like everything we do at Sookasa, the development of our Google Drive integration was driven by customer feedback, from the decision to support Google Drive in the first place to the nitty-gritty details of the implementation and UI.