G Suite Newsletter 08/2018
In this launch, Google has brought you an important announcement regarding data regions to store your business data. In addition, Google has been taking advantage of Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence to make G Suite apps become much more convenient and useful for your employees.
Our globally distributed data centers reduce latency for multinational organizations and protect their data with geo redundancy. Some organizations, however, have requirements around where their data is stored, and we’re committed to meeting their needs…. See more
Rescheduling in Google Calendar just got easier. We’re introducing a new feature that enables more efficient meeting scheduling. Now, each guest invited to a meeting can propose a new time and the organizer can easily review and accept time proposals. This allows for richer communication between attendees, reduces time spent on meeting practicalities… See more
We’re introducing grammar suggestions in Google Docs along with a revamped interface for spelling and grammar review. The new features build on the existing spell check functionality to also highlight possible grammar errors… See more
We’re improving how search works in Google Drive. When you click in the search box, you’ll now see a range of options. Click on an option to quickly perform a search with a relevant filter applied…. See more
Earlier this year, we announced a new feature in Google Calendar that, using Google AI, can automatically suggest rooms for your meetings based on the locations of the guests. We’ve now released this feature along with new and easier ways to update the main work locations for users in your domain….. See more
In September 2015, we launched a new interface for Google Forms designed to simplify the form creation experience, produce beautiful forms by default, and make analyzing form responses easier…… See more
Last month, we announced a new look for the Google sign-in screen. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen delays, we rolled out the new design the week of July 17th with some minor changes…… See more
We launched an Early Adopter Program (EAP) for the new Gmail in April to help businesses work safer, smarter, and more efficiently. We’re now making the new Gmail generally available so that more businesses can take advantage of its innovative features, like snooze, nudging, offline access, and more…… See more
We’re launching an Early Adopter Program (EAP) for a new “investigation tool” in the G Suite security center. It will help G Suite admins and security analysts identify, triage, and remediate security threats within their organization…… See more
The devices audit log in the Admin console provides a report on the activities of managed mobile and desktop devices in your organization….. See more
We’re always looking for new ways to keep your users’ accounts secure and your organization’s data safe. As part of that effort, users may now be asked to verify their identity by providing their employee ID when they sign in to their G Suite account…. See more.