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File server migration to Google Drive demo video

Watch how easy migrating your file server to Google Drive with SADA Systems can be!  SADA offers a simple solution to ensure a seamless and timely migration of data from traditional file servers to Google Drive while maintaining domain access permissions already established. SADA’s File Server Migration to Google Drive is a simple solution to help organizations consolidate business data files into a Google Drive. By replacing traditional file servers with Google Drive, organizations can reduce their overall datacenter footprint as well as related hardware and maintenance expenses.

“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.”


Organizations not using Google Apps or utilizing on-premise email can still leverage Google Drive storage to replace their current file server systems. And for organizations that have already moved email to the cloud, moving file server systems into the cloud is the next logical step.

Watch this short video to learn more about file server migration to Google Drive:

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