Google Drive: What Storage Limits Apply?
When integrating Matters.Cloud with Google Drive, the integration uses a primary user account to store all data for all users. The integration will automatically create a folder called 'Matters.Cloud' within the nominated account used when setting up the integration. Storage used when filing documents or other types of files will then use the associated limits according to the type of Google account which is in use.
Depending on the type of Google Workspace account used your allocation may either be 'pooled' across all users or for lower account tiers an individual allowance may apply. The following article from Google provides further information on how this applies to specific account types:
Google Drive: Data Storage, GDPR, Standards and Regulations
Overview Google provide a number of knowledge base articles / sites covering data storage, compliance with local or regional regulations and transferring data between regions via the following link: Google Cloud & the General Data Protection ...
Google Drive: How Often Does The Data Sync Occur?
Answer Once the you have enabled the integration between Matters.Cloud and Google Drive the following schedule will apply: Process Frequency Export Clients from Matters.Cloud to Google Drive Note: Includes both new and updated Client records. Real ...
Google Drive: Setting Up Your Integration
Overview The Matters.Cloud + Google Drive integration is available to all Google Drive subscribers and allows users to: Create a Folder in Google Drive for every Matter created in Matters.Cloud. Create a Folder in Google Drive for ...
Dropbox: Data Storage, GDPR, Standards and Regulations
Overview Dropbox provide a number of knowledge base articles / sites covering data storage, compliance with local or regional regulations and transferring data between regions. Related Dropbox Links: The standards and regulations that Dropbox ...
Two-Factor Authentication Using Google Authenticator
Overview Two factor authentication adds an additional layer of security to your Matters.Cloud account and Client data. When you enable two-factor authentication in Matters.Cloud, users will be required to log in with their email address, password ...