Google brings client-side encryption to Gmail for Workspace

Google is rolling out what it calls client-side encryption (CSE), giving Workspace customers the ability to use their own encryption to shield their data before it reaches Google's servers. With client-side encryption (CSE) enabled, the email body, attachments, and inline images are encrypted. The email header, subject, timestamps, and recipients lists are not. security Watch out for this triple-pronged PayPal phishing and fraud scam How to find and remove spyware from your phone The best VPN services: How do the top 5 compare? How to find out if you are involved in a data breach -- and what to do…
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GOOGLE WORKSPACE 2022 VS MICROSOFT 365

GOOGLE WORKSPACE 2022 VS MICROSOFT 365

To get a more versatile approach, organizations are now finding out more reliable and faster ways of processing. For many years, Microsoft has been the 'King' of software. They were the go-to for word-processing presentations and spreadsheets. Microsoft 365 ultimately remains popular, but Google has become the major contender in office software in the last few years with its Google Workspace suite. While both suites started in office software, they have evolved beyond basics to advance. So, when you're looking for collaborating, email, instant messaging and shareable documents, which office suite is best for you? Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace…
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Important Communication regarding Google Meet recordings

Starting January 10, 2022, recording Google Meet sessions will return to being a premium Google Workspace for Education feature. Earlier this year, we notified you that, effective January 10, 2022, recording Google Meet sessions will return to being a premium Google Workspace for Education feature. As such, this feature will be available only to organizations using the Education Plus or the Teaching and Learning Upgrade editions of Google Workspace for Education. We’re reminding you of this change because you are using either the Education Fundamentals (free edition) or the Education Standard edition of Google Workspace for Education, which will no longer support the recording of Google Meet sessions after January 9, 2022. What does this mean for you?…
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