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Anonymous users will be blocked from Google Meet for G Suite for Education meetings by default
To build the security of education meetings in Google Meet, anonymous (users not signed into a Google account) can no longer join meetings organized by anybody with a G Suite for Education or G Suite Enterprise for Education license. This keeps members from sharing a link publicly to encourage anonymous users to request access. But this won't prevent users from dialing in by phone
Why it’s needed
Anonymous users can cause disruption to learning by making noise and sharing content, and become a distraction for the meeting organizer when they try to join meetings.
Available to G Suite for Education and G Suite Enterprise for Education customers
Google vault will be supporting two new formats in the future, Gmail confidential mode emails & Jamboard files stored in Google Drive. Google Vault gives you a chance to retain, hold, search, and export data to support your organization’s retention and eDiscovery needs. This dispatch includes support for new information types with the goal that you can thoroughly oversee your association's information. What happens when individuals in your association sends confidential messages? Vault can hold, retain, search, and export all confidential mode messages sent by users in your association. Messages are constantly accessible to Vault, notwithstanding when the sender sets a termination date or denies access to private messages. Here’s an example of what email@example.com will see in Vault when they search for firstname.lastname@example.org and preview this email sent by email@example.com . But It’ll not work vise versa. Admins can hold, retain, search and export message headers and s
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