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Update knowledge G Suite

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Google+ is now a core G Suite service

05/10/2016

Starting on Sept 21, 2016, Google+ is now a core G Suite service when used within a domain, and will be included in existing G Suite agreements for most customers. This means that Google+ will have the same technical support and service level commitments as any other core service, like Gmail or Google Drive.

 

Going forward, domains using Google+ will receive the following benefits:

 

To provide a service that is consistent with the protections of our G Suite agreement, the following changes will affect your domain’s current use of Google+:

  • All web users on a computer will be automatically upgraded to the latest version of Google+, and will no longer have the option to switch back to the “classic” version
  • Native mobile app versions of Google+ released prior to Sept 21, 2016 will no longer be fully supported, so users should ensure they have upgraded to the latest versions.

Engaging people is key to innovation, and many G Suite domains have found Google+ to be an invaluable tool that helps drive active engagement and cultivate innovative ideas from all levels of the organization. By making Google+ the newest core service for G Suite, Google+ will now provide the support and guaranteed SLAs that businesses need.

 

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