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The Register: G Suite admins have just one button to secure their sites, but don't

The Register: G Suite admins have just one button to secure their sites, but don’t . “G Suite business users: go and check your configuration, and make sure you’re not publishing enterprise information to the whole world. 24 more words

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Need to Schedule a Haircut? You Can Do This on Google

There’s no question that Google (the search site, not the company!) has made life a lot easier for many people. Finding a cake recipe or finding the right route to a particular location with only browser features are already common practice for many people, but the service lead will increase with a newly available option. 139 more words

Become a Part of G-Suite Partner

Through this blog, we are trying to familiarize readers that G-Suite partners attain access to a stout set of resources to assist them with their customer’s everything from technical to marketing to support. 240 more words

G Suite Partner

TechCrunch: Google launches new security features to protect users from unverified apps

TechCrunch: Google launches new security features to protect users from unverified apps. “Google has been steadily adding new security features for its G Suite users over the course of the last few months, including new anti-phishing tools and OAuth apps whitelisting, as well as an enhanced app review process. 26 more words

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Google launches new security features to protect users from unverified apps

Google has been steadily adding new security features for its G Suite users over the course of the last few months, including new anti-phishing tools… 311 more words

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Design Your Own Digital Choice Board |

This week I had the pleasure of training a group of elementary teachers on blended learning strategies. As a group, they wanted to focus on: Differentiation Student choice Assessment One of the strategies we discussed with the potential to weave these three… 7 more words

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DeepMind held 1.6 million people’s health records unlawfully

Google’s cutting-edge artificial intelligence unit DeepMind was unlawfully given the health records of 1.6 million patients at London’s Royal Free hospital in 2015, the United Kingdom’s data protection authority has found.

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