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Showing posts from October, 2018

Google turns on integrations with popular services like Box, Dropbox, and others in Gmail

Google has made a lot of improvements to Gmail this year as it continues to build out its G Suite office productivity service, and rolled out new integrations Thursday that will make it easier to exchange files and information from other services within Gmail. First unveiled earlier this year at Google Cloud Next 2018, Compose Actions are add-ons to Gmail that let users save email attachments directly to their Box or Dropbox folders, for example. Atlassian ( which just unveiled the new Jira design Thursday ) and Engyte are also part of the first round of add-ons, with additional ones planned in the future, Google said in a blog post . G Suite is a key part of Google’s cloud strategy , as it looks up at Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure on the infrastructure side of the cloud. Web-based office productivity software is old hat to a lot of tech companies, but there are a significant number of companies that are still using desktop files and attachments to manage their

Alert center for G Suite generally available to help identify Security Threats

We’re making the alert center for G Suite generally available. The alert center provides a single, comprehensive view of essential security-related notifications, alerts, and actions across G Suite. The alert center was previously  available in beta  and helps G Suite organizations detect threats and take action to mitigate them. Alert center provides a unified view of essential notifications  The alert center brings together alerts on some of the most critical security concerns including account warnings, gmail phishing and malware, and device management. These alerts cover a number of scenarios.  Account warning alerts:  These will cover seven different scenarios, ranging from suspended accounts triggered due to suspicious activities to alerts on  government-backed attacks . Gmail phishing and malware alerts: We leverage machine learning to identify threat indicators and uncover malware threats. We surface alerts for potentially malicious IP addresses, even if these are placed

Newest Addition to Google Docs - Vertical Ruler

This is mainly to help you manipulate tables and control the margins in headers and footers. When you’re using a table, you’ll see your table structure highlighted in a vertical ruler on the left side of the screen. The vertical ruler matches the horizontal ruler, which already exists and is a popular way to control cell width and margins. You can use the ruler to change the height of rows in the table. When you do so, you’ll see a guide telling you the specific height of the row so you can quickly format it to the specific size you want. You can also use it to control the vertical margins in headers and footers Recently included new controls which let you indicate the size of the margins in your header and footer. You can control the margins utilizing the vertical ruler include featured above or by utilizing the interface presented underneath. By controlling this spacing, you can ensure your document is changed similarly as you need it. Follow us on - Our Websit

How to protect Company-owned Android Devices?

What do you do when a Android device belonging to your organization is lost or stolen? You just get your G Suite administrators to lock the device. Thanks to Google Mobile Management in G Suite will solve your problems, administrators would  be able to take steps to secure the information on their clients' cell phones. Administrators can expect devices to have screen locks and wipe devices when they're lost or stolen. With this new component, administrators are given extra abilities where they can now remotely reset the password on an organization owned Android device or lock the device entirely. How to lock? - From the Admin console Home page, go to Device Management and then Mobile devices. -To see Device Management, you might have to click More controls at the bottom. - Select the device and click Lock Device. Before using the device, the user is supposed to enter the device’s password. How to reset? - From the Admin console Home

Designing and Implementing your Disaster Recovery Plan using GCP

When you’re working on an enterprise IT team, service-interrupting events can happen at any time. Your network could have an outage, your latest application push might introduce a critical bug, or you might someday have to contend with a natural disaster. When things go awry, it's important to have a robust, targeted, and well-tested disaster recovery (DR) plan. With a well-designed DR plan in place, you can make sure that if catastrophe hits, the impact on your business's bottom line will be minimal. No matter what your DR needs look like and no matter where your production environment is (on-premises, on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) or another cloud), GCP has a flexible and cost-effective selection of products and features that you can use to build or augment the DR solution that is right for you. We’ve put together a detailed guide to help steer you through setting up a DR plan. We heard your feedback on previous versions of these DR articles and now have an update