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  For those of you working in data analytics, ETL and ELT pipelines are an important piece of your data foundation. Cloud Data Fusion is our fully managed data integration service for quickly building and managing data pipelines.  Cloud Data Fusion is built on the open source project CDAP, and this open core lets you […]

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  The retail industry is in the midst of a transformation. Online commerce has emerged as a force to reckon with, commanding close to $6 trillion in market opportunity by 2022. With so much at stake, nearly half of all retailers are looking to the cloud to improve customer omnichannel experience and retail store performance. […]

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  Enterprises looking to the cloud to modernize their existing infrastructure and streamline their business processes have many options. At one end of the spectrum, some organizations are re-platforming entire legacy systems to adopt the cloud. Many others, however, want to continue leveraging their existing infrastructure while still benefiting from the cloud’s flexible consumption model, […]

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  What’s changing Due to low usage, Google App Maker will be turned down gradually over the course of 2020 and officially shut down on January 19, 2021. Prior to the shutdown, you’ll need to review App Maker usage in your domain and take any necessary action.   See the Additional details section below for […]

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What’s changing Google is introducing a new data loss prevention (DLP) system that will make it easier to deploy more advanced detection policies for content on Drive. The new Drive DLP functionality can be found at: Admin console > Security > Data Protection. Key updates include:    Advanced detection policies which enable more detailed rules […]

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What’s changing Google is adding an option to use your iPhone as a security key for your Google Account. Security keys provide the strongest form of 2-Step Verification (also known as two-factor authentication or 2FA) to help protect your account against phishing, and are an essential part of the Advanced Protection Program for the enterprise. […]

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What’s changing You can now use your mobile phone as a security key in the Advanced Protection Program for the enterprise. This means you can use your Android or iOS device’s built-in security key for 2-Step Verification, which makes it easier and quicker to protect high-risk users with Google’s strongest account security settings.     […]

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What’s changing Google is 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 […]

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