By choosing Gimasys as a technology partner, companies can reduce opportunity cost. By that we mean: you can fully focus your time and resources on strategic activities, instead of spending time on IT stuff like system maintainance.
Gimasys is confident we are the first Google partner in Vietnam to have a standardized support system, fully equipped with human resources, mechanisms (Service Level Agreement) and technology, giving customers the most professional and quality services:
Support 24/7: We receive and respond to customer requests through four support channels: Help desk, email, telephone and hotline.
Advise and support administrators to handle system requirements or issues arising from unknown causes..
Ensure the response time according to the priority of support service packages.
Our suppoer team includes certified technical specialists from Google – Google Certified Administrator, Google Certified Deployment Specialist.
Update and support center for administrator and user
What’s changing We will now show more information about devices with basic mobile management in the G Suite Admin console. Specifically, admins will now be able to see the encryption state and the security patch level for Android devices. Previously, this information was only available for devices with advanced mobile management. Who’s impacted Admins […]
When it comes to security, managing access is a foundational capability—whether you’re talking about a physical space or your cloud infrastructure. If you were securing an office, you wouldn’t give every employee a master key that can open the front door, the mailbox, and the safe. Likewise, when you’re securing your cloud infrastructure, you should […]
AI is increasingly the new frontier in digital transformation and is well positioned to drive value and impact across all aspects of an organization when incorporated into workflows. Google believes that enterprises that invest in building custom AI, as well as industry specific solutions, are better positioned to be global economic leaders of tomorrow. Google’s […]
What’s changing We’re opening a public beta so G Suite, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Cloud Identity admins can set a fixed session duration for specific apps and services. After the session expires, users will need to re-enter their login credentials to continue to access: GCP Cloud Console gcloud command-line tool Any other application that […]
What’s changing We’re making two Google login security measures available to organizations that use 3rd-party identity providers. Admins at these organizations can choose to turn on two features that significantly improve account security against various attacks on user accounts. These features are new for customers using 3-party identity providers: 2-Step Verification, an extra verification step […]
What’s changing Google is revamping the feature in Google Calendar that helps you let colleagues know when it’s best to work with you. The updates to the Working Hours feature include: Working hours now show in grid view: When you schedule a meeting with other Calendar users, their working hours will be shown in the […]
Kubernetes reached an important milestone recently: the publication of its first-ever security audit! Sponsored by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), this security audit reinforces what has been apparent to us for some time now: Kubernetes is a mature open-source project for organizations to use as their infrastructure foundation. While every audit will uncover […]
Whether you’re part of a multi-billion dollar conglomerate trying to review sales from H1, or you’re just trying to upload a video of your cat playing the piano, you need somewhere for that data to reside. We often hear from our customers that they’re using Cloud Storage, the unified object store from Google Cloud […]
In April at Google Cloud Next ’19, we announced Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to help you manage AD-dependent workloads that run in the cloud, automate AD server maintenance and security configuration, and connect your on-premises AD domain to the cloud. Managed Service for Microsoft AD is now available in public beta. […]
What’s changing We’re making some updates to the alert center for G Suite. The new features will make it easier to find, collaborate, and take action on potential issues within your domain. Specifically you can now: Assign alerts to other team members or yourself Manage and track alert workflow status Prioritize alert triage and […]