Google Calendar is a great app for scheduling not only your private working day but cooperative events and meetings as well. But the data safety is quite fragile and unreliable. Because if you delete an event it will be deleted forever with no chance of recovery as there is no trash folder for Calendar. So if you share your corporate events with colleagues they may delete them, and you will lose your data. The best way to make sure your Google apps data is secure is to set up Google Calendar backup utility.
If you ask Google how to backup Google Calendar you will be given quite a charming advice. You can export your Google Calendar to your computer and keep it there as a file. OK, let’s imagine we have done this. But what if I add some new events to my Calendar? How should I perform Google Calendar backup then? Should I export the file every time I add something new?
And what if my colleague or me myself accidentally deleted the event which has not been exported yet? How shall I recover my deleted Google Calendar events then?
No answer from Google. Because it does not provide you with such an option.
You will have to take care of backing up your Google calendar app yourself using some third-party applications.
If you are worried about your Google calendar safety then you may try UpSafe Google Calendar backup utility for this purpose. The app is available for free 30-days testing. Just sign up using your corporate Google account and see how secure your data may be.