Google is pushing the limits of what’s legal in its documents cloud, releasing an internal guide on how to create secure and secure backup documents.
“As part of the ongoing efforts to improve our data security, we are releasing an FAQ that answers questions you may have about the use of our cloud storage,” reads a statement from Google.
The FAQ asks:When creating a secure backup, make sure you keep backups of your files that can be backed up to Google Drive.
This includes files that are shared or shared by Google Apps or any other Google services, like Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Maps.
If you’re creating a file on Google Drive that you’ll use for a company account or other non-Google-branded service, make it available to the world and make sure it can be retrieved, according to the FAQ.
“Make sure your backups are safe, but don’t leave them on your desktop or work computer.
If they are on your computer, you can only access them using your Google account,” it says.”
Use a trusted backup service, such as OneDrive, Dropbox, or Box, to securely back up your files.
If you’re not sure, ask someone else.
Be sure to also back up files that you keep private or don’t need to access, such that you can’t access them without your own password.”
Google’s FAQ also says to avoid using any service that makes your files accessible by default, such for email or online banking.
“When you create an account, make the account private and have the password reset.
If possible, don’t give your password to anyone.
If it’s not possible to access your account by default and you want to give it to someone, create a backup of the account on a different device.
You can do this by copying the file to your desktop computer and then saving it there,” it reads.”
If you use the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) for file transfers, make backups of any files you transfer using this protocol.
Make sure you have a backup file and it is a secure location, such a on a USB drive or an SD card.”
Google also advises users to be careful when creating or deleting files on the cloud.
“When creating or editing files in Google Drive, make backup copies of all files and make certain you only copy files that need to be edited,” it advises.
“Be careful when you edit your files with other people, as it could be copied by someone else and they could also see the changes you’ve made.”
Google says it also encourages users to create backups of their personal files on Google Doc and to delete their work documents from their Google Drive when they’re finished with them.
It says users should backup and protect all personal data on their devices and that it will provide information about what data is stored on Google’s servers to the government and law enforcement.
“In general, we recommend using backup software to protect your personal data.
The only thing we can say is that you should only backup data that you need to do something with.
If something changes, or you need it to be erased, it’s best to backup it and then restore it to the state it was when you last used it.