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Use the Google Assistant with your G Suite account in beta

Google Assistant has some new features for our customers. These will be available when you log in with a G-Suite account.

Google Assistant will respond to certain Google Calendar & Gmail functions and also,

Let you know when your next meeting isCreate, cancel or reschedule a Calendar eventSend a note to event attendees via emailSend an emailDial into a meeting

Why do you use it?
It helps you to manage your work, schedule events in your hectic life.

How it works? To utilize this feature in the Google Assistant, you should be signed in to your G Suite account. Furthermore, on the off chance that you have both an individual and a G Suite account, kindly note that the Assistant can just respond to one account at a time. You should switch between those accounts if you wish to pose an inquiry about your other account.

These features will be off by default.
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Smart Compose for Google Docs launching in beta

Now you can experience Smart Compose in Google Docs, can be called as a major update since this will make a huge impact on our lives because it saves time.
Not only time saving but also helps to omit repetitive writing, reduce spelling & grammar errors. No need to think of next proper word. It gives you correct phrases. 

How to use?
As you type it will give smart suggestions, all you have to do is press “tab” to accept it. 
This will be available once the domain is whitelisted into the beta you can start using this. You can off the feature by going to “Tools” & then under “Preferences”, “Show Smart Compose Suggestions”. 
This is available for all G-Suite editions but not available for personal Google accounts.

Don’t just move to the cloud, modernize with Google Cloud

Our customers tell us they don’t just want to migrate their applications from point A to point B, they want to modernize their applications with cloud-native technologies and techniques, wherever those applications may be.  Today, we’re excited to tell you about a variety of new customers that are using Anthos to transform their application portfolio, as well as new cloud migration, API management, and application development offerings: New customers leveraging Anthos for a variety of on-prem, cloud and edge use casesThe general availability of Migrate for AnthosApigee hybrid in general availabilityThe general availability of Cloud Code
Accelerating app modernization with AnthosAnthos was the first open app modernization platform to offer a unified control plane and service delivery across diverse cloud environments—managed cloud, on-premises and edge. Since it became generally available in the spring, organizations across a variety of industries and geographies have turned to Anthos to …

Insert collapsible text boxes into new Google Sites

Site editors would now be able to embed collapsible content boxes into new Google Site, which site viewers can snap to grow. Collapsible content boxes can help gather enormous blocks of text, similar to content on FAQ or Help Center pages, permitting site viewers to rapidly navigate to the most relevant data.
This feature is available for editions & it’s on by default

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4 steps to a successful cloud migration

Digital transformation and migration to the cloud are top priorities for a lot of enterprises. At Google Cloud, we’re working hard to make this journey easier. For example, we recently launched Migrate for Compute Engine and Migrate for Anthos to simplify cloud migration and modernization. These services have helped customers like Cardinal Health perform successful, large-scale migrations to GCP.  But we understand that the migration journey can be daunting. To make things easier, we developed a whitepaper on application migration featuring investigative processes and advice to help you design an effective migration and modernization strategy. This guide outlines the four basic steps you need to follow to migrate successfully and efficiently:   Build an inventory of your applications and infrastructure: Understanding how many items, such as applications and hardware appliances, exist in your current environment is an important first step.Categorize your applications: Analyze the charact…

New features coming to Google Chrome this fall

Google updates Chrome frequently to bring you new features and security improvements and the latest version will help you get back into your productivity groove. Here’s an overview of new features coming to Chrome this fall.

Keep tabs on your tabs

Ever lost track of tabs on your phone? Over the next few weeks, you’ll see Android’s new grid layout which helps you select tabs more easily and preview thumbnails of the tabs you have open. This new feature is already available for iOS users.

There’s also a new way to group tabs on your Android device which helps you keep track of the tabs that are open. To do this, drag and drop one tab on top of another in the new tab grid layout. After opening one of the grouped tabs, you can easily switch between the tabs in the group using the new tab switcher at the bottom of your screen. The tab grid layout and tab grouping capabilities make it easier than ever to stay organised in Chrome on your Android device

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Take charge of your data: Scan for sensitive data in just a few clicks

Preventing the exposure of sensitive data is of critical importance for many businesses—particularly those in industries like finance and healthcare. Cloud Data Loss Prevention (DLP) lets you protect sensitive data by building in an additional layer of data security and privacy into your data workloads. It also provides native services for large-scale inspection, discovery, and classification of data in storage repositories like Cloud Storage and BigQuery.  Originally released as an API, Cloud DLP now includes a user interface (UI), which helps extend these capabilities to security, privacy, and compliance teams. Using the Cloud DLP UI, now generally available in the Google Cloud Console, you can discover, inspect, and classify sensitive data in just a few clicks by creating jobs, job triggers, and configuration templates. In addition, Cloud DLP now features simplified storage inspection pricing based on bytes scanned, making costs more predictable.
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