We’re following up on our article from last week, introducing you to some of the best practices to secure your Team Drives data.
For the last two tips, you’ll need a G Suite Administrator account with the authority needed to restore data and add apps, respectively.
3. Restore deleted data or Team Drives
A G Suite administrator also may be able to restore items deleted from a Team Drive or a deleted Team Drive—again, provided the information has been deleted within the past 25 days. To do so, sign in to the Google Admin console (https://admin.google.com), choose Apps > G Suite > Drive and Docs > Manage Team Drives > then select the Restore icon (to the right of the Team Drive). Choose the a date range for your restore, then choose Restore data.
4. Protect data with third-party backup
Finally, a third-party backup solution will let you retain access to deleted files over a longer period of time. Typically, G Suite backup services retain backups of all of your G Suite data, including Gmail, Calendars, Contacts, Sites, Google Drive contents, and more.
UpSafe backup is the most reliable and cost-efficient solution on the market right now, making sure your Team Drives, mail, drive, contacts and calendar all remain safe.
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