The most recent version of Google Chrome and it is a huge deal for your safety. At a blog article, the Google announced that its upgrade will come with various new features designed to enhance the protection of your browsing.
Most of all, Google Chrome 68 will start tagging all “HTTP” websites as “not secure.” That means any website you browse to with this prefix will demonstrate that a “Not Safe” caution and a few might even bar your access.
This is the last step in Google’s several-year travel to push websites to embrace the “HTTPS” prefix. Over the previous year, the business has slowly been indicating more “HTTP” websites as “not secure.”
The browser also comes with a brand new protection to shield users from iframe redirects.
Chrome will ask you with a pop up that you would like to proceed with the new website before sending you there.
Even though most of the popular sites have changed around to “HTTPS”, a couple of popular ones, such as Wiki-hosting agency Wikia, Fedex’s site, Daily Mail, and Chinese information website and search engine Soku keep the older prefix (though this may vary by country). These sites need to migrate their web pages to “HTTPS” or shed a chunk of the visitors.
How do You Make Your Site Secure?
Google will begin prioritizing websites which are secure on a peak of the search engine results page. Therefore, websites which aren’t protected will rank lower and your clients will have difficulty searching for your site.
Encryption is the mathematical process we call it a bit. The amount of bit creates the dimensions of the major. Bits may be 40-bit, 56-bit or even 256-bit. The larger the bit, the more powerful is that the encryption.
An electronic certificate on a site triggers a padlock along with the HTTPS protocol that enables a secure link from a web server to your browser. Having an SSL certificateon your site, clients feel confident sharing personal information and making transactions without any worry.
Google G Suite or Google Apps For Workis a cloud-based computing tool developed by Google. It serves all the Google apps on a single platform, along with unlimited cloud storage. It comes bundled along with a custom email for professionals. Also, there are various price brackets to choose from depending upon the purpose of use, named education, enterprise, or government. These packages are said to be affordable and very user-friendly, making it a demanded tool.
Outlook is the first mailing and communication service developed as ‘Hotmail’ and later acquired by Microsoft. It is widely used by professionals and in a business environment.
The need to set up G suite in outlook varies from purpose to purpose. Also, professionals need to keep their data intact. To serve this need, there are various processes by which you can set up Google G Suite in Outlook. Here is the simplest way to do so.
The Process of Setting G Suite on Microsoft Outlook
2. After downloading the file, carry on with the installation process as directed. A stable internet connection is recommended as the installation process is bundled with a series of downloads.
3. Once the installation is completed, a sign-in window pops up where you are required to enter yourG-suite email and ‘Continue’.
4. Once you sign-in, you are required to grant access to the G-suite sync tool to manage your email, contacts, calendars, and other tasks, including viewing your domain details.
5. Another window will pop-up where you are required to Create your Outlook profile. You can import your data by checking-in the ‘Import data’ box.
6. All you need to do now is start Microsoft Outlook and have your data synchronized automatically.
Make sure that the system is working on the latest version of windows and Microsoft Outlook software, to ensure suitable results. Also, The minimum system requirements, recommended by Google, is Windows XP Service Pack 3, and Microsoft Outlook with office 2003 Service Pack 3. The software isn’t supported by Mac. Happy Syncing!
G suite is an application developed by Google first launched on August 28, 2006. Formerly, it was known as Google Apps. G suite comprises Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, slides and forms, Google Calendar, Hangouts, Google+, Google Keep and Google vault.
G suite offers you these powerful tools to run the business, called G suite for business. Also, you need not to concern about G Suite pricing. All of these apps are free to use and for more advanced features you need the paid version. The basic G suite pricing plan includes $5 to $10 per month per user. In basic plan only, you get enough features you’ll ever require to run your business.
Here Some G Suite For Business Features Included as:
1. Data Security
You can store, access and share your files safely with Google drive from any drive. G suite for business stores information in Google Data Centers to keep your data safe. Moreover, if the servers fail, you would not loss your data, and all the information remain in the cloud.
In fact, you have access to your employees’ devices from G suite. Although G suite for business offers the best level of security, you should avoid using it via public Wi-Fi.
2. G Suite For Business Pricing Plans
There are two plans of G suite for business. If you are running a small scale business of 10 employees or fewer, the basic plan is sufficient. As such, businesses receive 30 GB of inbox storage which include enough spaces for your files and it costs ₹150/month/per user. The professional plan or Business G suite pricing plan is basically ₹600 per user per month in which you get unlimited storage capacity.
Unlimited cloud storage (or 1TB per user if fewer than 5 users)
Business email account through Gmail
Smart search across G Suite with Cloud Search
Video and voice conferencing
Documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
24/7 support by phone, email, and online
eDiscovery for emails, chats, and files
Archive & set retention policies for emails & chats
G suite for business allows you and other employees to work together at the same time. You can set the capability level of your employees for editing the documents and making recommended changes. Also, they can communicate with other employees working on the same document. In this way, teamwork strategy helps to develop speed and accuracy of a project.
4. Easier Communication
G mail is the paid version of G suite for business. When you create an account with Gmail, your Email address looks like email@example.com. For business sites, your Email address looks like yourname@yourdomaincom.
Having an Email address with the domain name (Company’s name) is professional and trustworthy among your clients and business partners.
You can create group Email addresses of all the employees in your organization. Also, there are no extra charges for creating Group Email addresses as it comes under your G suite pricing plan.
5. Organize with Google Calendar
You can organize your important dates and reminders for the scheduled projects. G suite for business allows you to create a group calendar for regular meetings and seminars.
Since Google calendar and Gmail both arefeatures of G suite for business, allows you to schedule events, meeting times and deadlines right in your inbox.
G suite is compatible with any android and smartphones.
6. Google Hangouts
G suite for business allows hangouts from your browser or by using Google apps. You can start Group chat (up to 150 participants) and video conference with hangouts. In addition, it allows up to 10 participants for free video calling/ screen sharing and 25 participants with a paid version. Moreover, you can record live stream video meetings on youtube and Google+.
7. Google Vault
Vault enables you to retain track on corporate data form G suite products which include Gmail, Google drive, team or Group chat and hangouts meet. As it is the part of G suite for business, included in the Gsuite pricing plans. (Click Here)
You have 24/7 access on your documents and files from anywhere in the world with G suite for business services.
If you have opened this article with an aim to know the latest updated features of the G Suite, I expect that you already know what a G Suite is? If you don’t know, let me explain in brief. Actually, G Suite was formerly known asGoogle Apps for Work.
Google Apps for your Domain was another popular name of G Suite. The popular products of Google like Gmail, Hangouts, Google+, Calendar, Drive, Vault, and Admin panel are all part of the G Suite. A digital interactive whiteboard called Jam board is also included in it. Overall, we can say that G Suite is a brand of cloud computing. Collaboration tools and software developed by Google.
Let us now discuss the latest features of the G Suite which were made available in the month June and July of 2018. Let us discuss them one by one:
1. App Maker:
This is a very effective tool for creating the custom Apps at work. Now, the employees of an organization or business house can customize the app on their own to suit their needs without any need of spending time and money for some third-party app/tool. This is included as an additional service to G Suite Business, Education and Enterprise customers.
2. Google Cloud:
Now in the Google cloud, you can restore the previous versions and see all the changes made to any document at any moment of time. For this, you can click on the ‘time’ link placed near the ‘help’ option on the navigation bar.
Alternatively, you can go to the ‘File’ and then search for the ‘Version History’, and from it select the ‘See Version History’. The one amazing feature is that you can make a copy of any previous version of the document if you want to keep a record. The three dotted icons present before the document can be used to make a copy. Just click the dots and then choose ‘make a copy’.
3. Google Calendar:
The newly added feature of the Google calendar is that if there arises any need to check how many coworkers have shown disinterest in attending a meeting or how many employees are ‘out of office’, you can now do so with the help of Google Calendar.
Now the employee can mark about when they are ‘out of office’. The major advantage is that the Calendar auto-declines any invitation for the meeting if you are unavailable at the time chosen.
4. Jam board:
Jam board is now available for the dale in New Zealand and Australia.
5. Google Drive:
Natural Language Search has been enabled by the Google to help find the documents quickly.
The major changes have been rolled out for Gmail in July. The features are really amazing and helpful for the business persons. The new features have tremendously added to the user’s productivity. Some of the added important features are:
• Attachments can be downloaded directly without any need of opening the mail.
• Emails can be easily put on hold by pressing the new snooze button.
• An onscreen reminder has been added to email messages. It will not let you forget to reply or follow up any mail that is saved to take an action later.
• Smart reply feature embedded in the Gmail to help respond quickly. This is a brilliant feature which I will highly praise. Actually, for saving time, this feature uses machine learning to suggest some automatic responses to its user.
• The sorting of the high-priority message from the important ones has also been made easy. This helps in the sequencing of the emails and enables the user to start with the most important work and then moving to the lesser important ones.
• Sometimes it happens that we subscribe to some newsletter or subscription considering them very important. But later, you lose the interest somehow and ultimately stop opening them.
To help you with this, Gmail has added a new feature. Now Gmail will frequently analyze your mailbox for such subscriptions to newsletters and then suggest you with prompts to unsubscribe them to save the space and unnecessary mess.
• To add to the security of your system, Gmail has added a feature which will send you warning messages if Gmail will detect any risky email.
• One more amazing security feature added to the Gmail is that if you are writing or sending some confidential message and you want that anyhow this message remains protected or if you want to disable the chances of forwarding this message by someone, you can do so now with new Gmail feature.
You can now easily remove the options of download, print, copy and forward, which are usually attached to the mail. If you again want to enable the forwarding of the mail, you will have to follow the two-way authentication process. You will need to log in to the email, and then request to receive an unlock code via SMS on your authenticated mobile number.
• After a certain/specific time, if you want your emails to disappear from the mailbox you can set the automatic expiration. You need to set a specific time for them to disappear.
7. G Suite Integration:
With endless cloud services, it is becoming essential that there must be a modern tool that helps to synchronize and make it easy to work with any service, whatsoever it is.
For this, Google has built integration in G Suite. The best example of this is the integrations in Calendar and Hangout meets to make the meeting experience better.
8. Matching the compatibility between the Hangout Meets and some other famous video conferencing systems like Polycom, Skype etc. The interoperability developed in partnership with Pexip is making it possible to join a call between the Hangouts Meet Hardware and other video conferencing systems like Skype.
Suppose, if you are on Hangout and your customer is on the Skype, you can now connect with him directly on the Skype using your Hangout framework. This is the vision of the new G Suite.
So these are the latest updates which have been rolled out by the Google in their G Suite. All the updates are beneficial in one way or the other. Just keep your Google products up to date to enjoy all these latest features. These features not only speed up the process of working but also eases the way of working.