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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. Interacting with Clo

Set profile picture for Gmail and all Google apps

Here’s the option where you can use your Gmail profile picture for other GSuite products as well. At the moment it is only visible in Gmail which means your profile picture in Gmail may be different than your Google account profile photo. So it’s a hassle to identify which picture will be displayed where. Now you are able to setup a profile picture in one place and then use it for other products as well.  If the Gmail and profile pictures are different you can simply edit by going to settings & then in the drop down in about me section. You can either select one of the pictures or setup an entirely new one. This allows admins who have disabled photo editability in their domain greater control, as users can no longer change their Gmail picture independently of their Google profile picture.  Also the users who do not visit their "About me" settings will not be prompted to select a single profile picture and will continue to have different profile pictures.

How Standard Industries uses Google Cloud to power homes of the future

Today, about  5 million  U.S. homes are re-roofed each year, but only a fraction of those homeowners opt for solar panels. I've  spoken  in the past about how Google Cloud technologies are helping businesses bring solar energy to more customers. Another great organization that aims to close this gap by making solar installation easy for homeowners is  Standard Industries .  Founded in 1886, Standard Industries is a global holding company focused on building materials. With more than 15,000 employees, operations in over 80 countries, and 180+ manufacturing plants worldwide, Standard’s businesses—including BMI, GAF, GAF Energy, Schiedel, SGI, and Siplast—range from the world’s largest roofing and waterproofing company to aggregates, insulation and industry changing solar solutions, as well as real estate and investment platforms. Given the variety and complexity of these operations, Standard Industries saw an opportunity to streamline operations by moving to the cloud. Rep

Customize text size and position for captions in Google Slides

You would now be able to customize caption wording size and position while showing in Google Slides. These highlights can help make text simpler to pursue, this will make sure all group of readers can view subtitles in a huge hall. Or on the other hand you can do vice versa, you could make your content little to maximize the quantity of words on the screen without any delay. While presenting, select the drop down menu next to the Captions button on the toolbar. From there, you can then set the text size and position. This feature will be available by default.

Better line spacing support for branding in Google Docs and Slides

This new update allows you to customize the line spacing in docs & slides. It lets you to go less than 1. This features gives you more control in doing your presentations & documentations. Also it brushes up your view. Additionally, this will help preserve formatting when importing and exporting files in legacy formats. To customize your line spacing, go to Format > Line Spacing > Custom Spacing . Follow us on - Our Website - Our Facebook Page -  Our LinkedIn Page - Our Twitter Page - Talk to our experts - 071 0326326

Detect and respond to high-risk threats in your logs with Google Cloud

Editor's Note : This the fourth blog and video in our six-part series on how to use Cloud Security Command Center. There are links to the three previous blogs and videos at the end of this post.  Data breaches aren’t only getting more frequent, they’re getting more expensive. With regulatory and compliance fines, and business resources being allocated to remediation, the costs from a data breach can quickly add up. In fact, the average total cost of a  data breach in the U.S.  has risen to $3.92 million, 1.5% more expensive than in 2018, and 12% more expensive than five years ago, according to IBM. Today, we’re going to look at how  Event Threat Detection  can notify you of high-risk and costly threats in your logs and help you respond. Here’s a  video —that’s also embedded at the end of this post—that will help you learn more about how it works. Enabling Event Threat Detection Once you’re onboard, Event Threat Detection will appear as a card on the  Cloud Security Comma