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Announcing SADA's File Server Migration to Google Drive service

SADA is happy to announce our newest Google Apps service offering, SADA’s File Server Migration to Google Drive! Our solution alleviates the need to manage the multiple cloud or on-premise file storage and collaboration systems which not only burden organizations with high maintenance costs and disaster recovery concerns, but prevent full collaboration and accessibility to necessary business files. SADA helps consolidate business data files into a single, universal cloud-based storage system with File Server Migration to Google Drive.
File Server Migration to Google Drive
As software applications and platforms continue to evolve, SADA has addressed a need to consolidate business data files into a universal cloud storage system. Google Drive offers a solution for organizations to retain and share critical business data that covers all file types, including documents, videos, photos and more. Organizations with remote offices or users that are frequently mobile can take advantage of Google Drive’s centralized cloud repository and gain access to a shared body of knowledge with anywhere, anytime accessibility, from any device.

“Google Drive for Enterprise is the evolution of the enterprise-grade file server. With so many organizations migrating email to the cloud, file servers are the next natural step in the progression,” says Tony Safoian, President and CEO of SADA Systems. “Organizations running any email system can now use Google Drive for a secure, inexpensive, enterprise-class file server in the cloud experience.”


To learn more about SADA Systems and our wide range of Google Apps services, visit our Apps Marketplace listings.

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