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G Suite Add-ons now generally available in Calendar, Gmail, and Google Drive

These add-ons will help to stay with G-Suite since it helps everyone to use their desired application without any hesitation.
It reduces the stress that you have to go through by toggling between different platforms. 
Some of the add-ons that are going to be available
- SignEasy - WebEx - Workfront - Lucidchart - Wrike - Zoom
Also organizations can come up with their own apps using app script. Currently add-ons are available for Google Calendar, Gmail & Drive.
This feature will be available for admins & end users by default. End users can add it by clicking on the plus button on the G-Suite quick access side panel.







Use phones as security keys in the Advanced Protection Program

This allows you to use your mobile phone as a security key with regard to the Advanced Protection Program. You can use the built-in security key in Android or iOS device for 2 step verification. which makes it easier and quicker to protect high-risk users with our strongest account security settings. 
This has several policies which can help the customers who are open to strikes. With regard to this feature people will find it easy to secure their data. 
Simpler enrolment - Users can sign up quickly using devices they already have Intuitive user experience - Users are familiar with the phone interface, and often already carry phones with them. Lower costs - This reduces the need to purchase security keys. 
Targeted attacks describe sophisticated, low volume handcrafted attacks that are often carried out by highly motivated professional or government backed groups. Employees at risk of targeted attacks that may benefit from the program include, for example, IT admins, executives, and empl…

Originality reports and rubrics now generally available for Google Classroom users

What’s changing Last year, we announced betas for originality reports and rubrics, two new tools for Google Classroom. Beginning today, these features are generally available for G Suite for Education and G Suite Enterprise for Education Classroom users.

Who’s impacted End users

Why you’d use them Help students turn in their best work 
Originality reports check a student's work for matches across billions of web pages and books.  This can make it easier for instructors to evaluate the academic integrity of the student’s work and provide them constructive feedback.

Students can also use originality reports to check for missed citations or poor paraphrasing before they turn in a document. This gives them the opportunity to improve their work and learn from their mistakes before final submissions.

Enhance feedback to students with rubrics
A rubric is a scoring framework that makes it easier for educators to evaluate student assignments, set clear expectations, and provide actionable feedba…

Manage Windows 10 devices through the G Suite Admin console

What’s changing
We’re enabling enhanced desktop security for Windows with a new beta. This will allow you to manage and secure Windows 10 devices through the Admin console, just as you do for Android, iOS, Chrome, and Jamboard devices today. It will also enable SSO so users can more easily access G Suite and other SSO-enabled applications on Windows 10 devices.

With these new controls G Suite admins can:

Enable their organization to use existing G Suite account credentials to login to Windows 10 devices, and easily access apps and services with SSO Protect user accounts with anti-phishing, anti-hijacking, and suspicious login detection technologies Ensure that all Windows 10 devices used to access G Suite are updated, secure, and within compliance Perform admin actions, such as wiping a device and pushing device configuration updates, to Windows 10 devices from the cloud without specific network requirements. 

Who’s impacted Admins

Why you’d use it Automatic device registration, the abilit…