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How to Protect Your Organization with Multi-factor Authentication

The single best thing you can do to improve your organization’s cloud security is to turn on and enforce multi-factor authentication on all products that support it, especially your primary email and collaboration platform (as you may know, we recommend G Suite). This greatly reduces the harm...

December 4, 2017 in
G Suite Setup

The RIGHT Way to Configure Google Drive

Dropbox has long been the gold standard for how file syncing should work. However, since Google Drive launched, and comes with 30GB free with Google Apps accounts, it’s been steadily replacing many companies’ file sharing platforms. The problem though, is that Google...

November 26, 2017 in
team drives

How to Use Team Drives for Productivity and Secure Document Access

We’ve written before about the right way to configure your Google Drive, which is a key first step, since Google Drive’s default organizational framework is confusing and broken. Taking this to the next level, we wanted to let you know about Team Drives, in case you aren’t already familiar.

Blissfully Launches

Blissfully Launches out of Early Access. Get a Demo Now!

Blissfully launches to simplify your tech operations. Blissfully began with the vision of helping companies make the best technology choices, integrate them, and manage them. And there is no type of technology more pervasive than SaaS (software as a service). Today Blissfully launches officially!

September 18, 2017 in
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SaaS Tools for Marketing to Make Your Site Just WORK

If you have many (or any) engineers on your team, it’s really tempting to spend those engineering resources building out your marketing site. Don’t do it. Engineering resources are incredibly important and typically scarce, especially in early stage companies. It’s important...

July 5, 2017 in
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Enlightened IT, The New Paradigm to end Shadow IT

Shadow IT: A Brief History Enterprise IT was traditionally highly structured, expensive, and limited to a known set of hardware and software vendors. Every project would take a long time (months/years) to implement, typically requiring a lot of custom development to make it all work.

June 28, 2017 in