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New Security Layer Aims to Protect Your Account from Unverified Apps

Google was hit with a massive phishing attack earlier this year as an email tried impersonating Google Docs in an attempt to get you to give it access to your account. The attack was stopped that same day, but not before a large number of people fell for it and had their accounts compromised. Since...

Google Hire is a New Recruiting Application for G Suite Customers

At Google I/O this year, we learned about a new project Google took on to solve a job recruitment issue that they have noticed over the last few years. The company calls it Google for Jobs, and its goal is to improve the experience for both employers as well as those who are looking for...

Google Plans to No Longer Scan User Emails to Personalize Ads in Gmail

Google is finally putting an end to one of its most controversial ad practices, the one that involved scanning emails of its users. Beginning from "later this year", Google will no longer scan user emails to customize the ads that are displayed to them. This format must have been very efficient and "successful", as the...

Zive Introduces its Desktop G Suite Client called “Kiwi for Gmail 2.0” for Windows

If you've been using Android devices as long as I have, then Google services have likely become a large part of your life - for better or worse. I use Gmail for all of my e-mail purposes, Google Docs/Sheets/Slides for document creation, Google Photos for my saving all of my best memories, and Google Drive...

Native Add-ons for Gmail are Coming, Limited to G Suite Only at First

Google really is focusing on the enterprise customers this week. With the recent Cloud Functions for Firebase announcements and then the new focus of Hangouts too, corporate customers of Google services have a lot to be happy about right now. Another one of these big announcements has to do with native add-ons finally coming to Gmail...

Google Pushes Hangouts in a more Corporate Direction with Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat

If you ask anyone to sum up Google's messaging strategy, then you'll probably draw a blank stare. We've tried to come up with an answer ourselves, and have found that quite difficult. What started off with one app trying to provide a convenient messaging platform evolved into several different apps trying to compete for different (but often...

Google Adds Private Channel Apps to the Managed Play Store

Towards the end of last year, Google rebranded their Google Apps for Work platform into G Suite. Google recently announced App Maker for their G Suite customers, acquired a company to help improve the audio quality of their Hangouts users, and this week they've announced a change to the managed Play Store. Google allows companies that pay...