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Whitelist and manage domains more easily in the Admin console

Changes have occurred in how G Suite admins manage owned and whitelisted domains in the Admin console. You will notice the changes in the interface at Admin console > Account > Domains will be different. A “Manage domains” section. This was previously called “Add/remove domains.” A “Whitelisted domains” section. This was previously called “Whitelisted external domains” and is where you can whitelist domains so your users can more easily collaborate with users in those domains.

An updated interface in both of these sections, with options rearranged to make it easier to find and perform common functions.



More controls and customizations for headers and footers in Google Docs

You can now customize your headers & footers in Google docs by clicking on Insert & you will find it Header & page number. The ability of design different headers & footers for each section and also to use specific ones on odd & even pages.






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Limiting access to less secure apps to protect G Suite accounts

What’s changingOn October 30, 2019, we’ll begin removing the setting to “Enforce access to less secure apps for all users” from the Google Admin console. This setting should disappear from your Admin console by the end of year.


If the “Enforce access to less secure apps for all users” setting is selected for your domain when this change takes place, we’ll automatically select “Allow users to manage their access to less secure apps” instead. You’ll no longer have the option to enforce access to LSAs at the domain level.

Following this change, if you “Allow users to manage their access to less secure apps,” users will still have the option to access LSAs, provided the “Less secure app access” setting is enabled at the individual user account level. To minimize disruption in domains where we’ve automatically changed the setting from “Enforce access” to “Allow users to manage their access,” this account-level setting will be on by default at the time of the change for all active users of LS…

To run or not to run a database on Kubernetes: What to consider

Today, more and more applications are being deployed in containers on Kubernetes—so much so that we’ve heard Kubernetes called the Linux of the cloud. Despite all that growth on the application layer, the data layer hasn’t gotten as much traction with containerization. That’s not surprising, since containerized workloads inherently have to be resilient to restarts, scale-out, virtualization, and other constraints. So handling things like state (the database), availability to other layers of the application, and redundancy for a database can have very specific requirements. That makes it challenging to run a database in a distributed environment.  However, the data layer is getting more attention, since many developers want to treat data infrastructure the same as application stacks. Operators want to use the same tools for databases and applications, and get the same benefits as the application layer in the data layer: rapid spin-up and repeatability across environments. In this blog, …

Greater protection and control with three Gmail security tools

Gmail security features are now generally available. When you deploy and oversee security tools at scale, you can successfully shield your clients from dangers. With these updates now in GA, everybody in your association—from administrators to end clients—is very secure.
Security sandbox - which distinguishes the presence of previously unrevealed malware in attachment by virtually "executing" them in a private, safe sandbox condition Advanced phishing and malware protection - which gives new controls to place messages into a quarantine, secure against strange attachment types, and shield your Google Groups from inbound caricaturing emails. Gmail confidential mode - which gives the right to control the expiration date of the email

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Security sandbox: Note: available to G Suite Enterprise and G Suite Enterprise for Education editions only. Find and turn on the beta security sandbox feature at Admin console > Menu > Apps > G Suite > Gmail >…