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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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Moving from a traditional on-prem data warehouse platform to a cloud data warehouse, such as Google Cloud’s BigQuery, is about more than just adopting new technology. It also provides an opportunity to revisit existing practices and adopt new ways of working. We’ve noted some typical changes that teams undergo to support data warehouse migration to […]

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When you’re getting started with a machine learning (ML) project, one critical principle to keep in mind is that data is everything. It is often said that if ML is the rocket engine, then the fuel is the (high-quality) data fed to ML algorithms. However, deriving truth and insight from a pile of data can […]

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  Data storage provides a key part of the foundation for enterprise data infrastructure, including cloud-based workloads. At Google Cloud, Google Cloud thinks that you should have a range of straightforward storage options that allow you to more securely and reliably access your data when and where you need it, without performance bottlenecks or delays […]

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