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SaaS Updates for February 1, 2017

BetterCloud Monitor

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It’s a big day in the SaaS world! Slack unveils Slack Enterprise Grid, G Suite introduces new enterprise-grade controls and visibility, Zenefits launches HR One, and more. Let’s get to it.

G Suite announced new enterprise-grade controls and visibility, which includes more powerful access control for administrators with Security Key enforcement; more data control with Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Google Drive, DLP for Gmail, and S/MIME for Gmail; and more analytics and insights by connecting BigQuery with Gmail.

The process to create files from templates is also easier now. You can just go to Drive > New > Google Docs/Sheets/Slides/Forms > From a template.

Microsoft published a summary of Office 365 updates from January, which included improved setup access and guidance, a new Yammer device usage report, and the rollout of the new OneDrive admin center to all customers.

Asana has made its app much faster: Switching between projects is 50% faster than it used to be, and tasks now load about 100% faster than they used to.

Insightly rolled out the Insightly Assistant for Slack, which helps you find, create, and update Insightly records right from Slack.

Slack unveiled Slack Enterprise Grid, a new version of Slack for large businesses that includes unlimited workspaces for teams, shared channels for collaboration, new administrative controls and security integrations, and new connections to the apps you use.

SugarCRM announced it’s signed a deal with TrustSphere to bring its relationship analytics technology into the Sugar Platform.

Zenefits launched HR One, a release that includes new apps like the Compliance Assistant App (the industry’s first and only integrated compliance app), the Documents App (which centralizes important documents in one place), ten new partners, and more.

Check out the links below for more information.