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SaaS Updates Summary: March 4 – March 8

BetterCloud Monitor

March 8, 2019

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This week in G Suite updates: Google is making life easier for G Suite super admins, two new products are in beta, and Google Vault has added support for two new types of content. For the full rundown on this week’s G Suite updates, continue reading.

Delegate App Maker Admin Privileges to Users
G Suite Updates | Google is making it possible for G Suite super admins to delegate access to the App Maker projects report to other users. Among other things, this will allow appropriate employees without super admin privileges to track App Maker projects and for customers to delegate access to their reseller partners.

G Suite Migrate, New First-Party Data Transfer Product, Launching in Beta
G Suite Updates | Google is launching G Suite Migrate in beta. This new first-party product will help admins assess and plan migration projects, and confidently migrate large amounts of valuable content directly into G Suite.

Keep Data Secure With Gmail Confidential Mode (beta)
G Suite Updates | Google is opening a beta program for Gmail confidential mode. With confidential mode, it’s easier to protect sensitive content in your emails by creating expiration dates or revoking previously sent messages, and removing options for recipients to forward, copy, print, and download.

Use Vault for Gmail Confidential Messages and Jamboard Files
G Suite Updates | Google Vault is adding support for two new types of content: Gmail confidential mode emails and Jamboard files stored in Google Drive.

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