How to Create Events in Google Calendar

One of the most popular features in Google Workspace is Google Calendar. This tool functions as a multi-purpose workflow planner and event management resource. By setting up events and meetings within Google Calendar, you can ensure that all team members have access to a clear-cut schedule that can be integrated into existing Google products such Read More >

Google Chat Administration

After setting up Google Workspace to use Google Chat, you can begin to modify certain aspects of the user experience if you have administrative privileges. Two important modifications include choosing between two different versions of Google Chat and enabling history logging of Google Chat messages. In this article we will outline how to perform these Read More >

What is Google Sync?

Google Sync is an automated utility that uses Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync 12.1 technology to synchronize data between Google services and mobile devices. The purpose of this utility is to streamline the syncing of data, allowing mobile devices to access and store information obtained from Google resources. In this article we will discuss Google Sync and Read More >

Google Workspace Computer Endpoint Management

Depending on the size of your organization, you may have a large number of computers connected to your Google Workspace resources. These connected computers, also known as endpoints, have access to your private Google Workspace data. As such, it is important to provide them with comprehensive security policies that will prevent unauthorized access to your Read More >

Google Workspace Mobile Endpoint Management

As organizations become increasingly dependent on mobile devices to keep teams and departments connected, the need for comprehensive mobile security is more present than ever. For organizations that use Google Workspace as their primary workflow resource, Google Endpoint Management is there to assist with this. In this article we will outline how to enable mobile Read More >

What is Google Endpoint Management?

If your organization uses Google Workspace, you may find yourself wondering how to best secure all of the various services and devices that are part of your daily workflow. Mobile devices, laptops, and desktops can all connect to your Google Workspace services, giving them access to your organization’s sensitive information and private data. This is Read More >

Using Google Cloud Search

If you use Google Workspace, you may find yourself struggling to locate information across Gmail, Google Docs, and other Google applications. To assist with this, Google created the Cloud Search utility to function as an internal search engine for Google Workspace and associated applications. In order to start using Google Cloud Search (GCS), you will Read More >

What is Google Cloud Search?

Google Cloud Search is an enterprise-oriented search utility that allows users to easily and quickly search through Google Workspace applications and related content. Instead of manually reviewing documents and individual applications, Google Cloud Search condenses all of that information into an easily accessible internal search engine. In this article we will discuss Google Cloud Search Read More >

How to Use Google Voice

Google Voice is a service that provides telephone and text-based communications over the internet. Instead of using your personal cell phone or landline to make calls or send text messages, you can use Google Voice to do all of that and more. In addition to conventional phone services, Google Voice also offers call screening and Read More >

Managing Google Currents Profiles

To get started with Google Currents, it is important to properly set up your user profile so that other users can find you and easily identify your position within the organization. In addition to setting up a custom profile picture and personal information, you can also customize the communities you are part of, giving you Read More >

What is Google Currents?

Google Currents is a type of enterprise-oriented communication and sharing software akin to Slack. This software enhances communication between team members and allows for the sharing of important information in highly visible formats. Through the use of streams, communities, and tags, administrators can create easily accessible resources. In this article we will discuss some of Read More >

Managing Google Calendars

One of the many useful features of Google Workspace is the ability to manage Google Calendars for your entire organization. These calendars can be used to schedule and plan events and resources, making it a vital tool for large organizations. As a Google Workspace administrator you can manage these calendars and customize how they function. Read More >

Getting Started with Google Chat

Among the many features available in Google Workspace, the ability to send instant messages between users via Google Chat is one of the most commonly used. This feature functions in much the same way as any other instant messaging software, but it is seamlessly integrated into your Google Workspace experience. In this article we will Read More >

How to Assign Google Vault Licenses

After purchasing your Google Vault licenses, you will need to assign them to any users you want to retain data for. If you purchased an edition of Google Workspace that includes Google Vault licenses, they will likely be automatically assigned to all users in your Google Workspace organization. If you purchased licenses as add-on services, Read More >

Getting Started with Google Vault

If you decide to use Google Vault as a long-term data retention and discovery service and you already have a Google Workspace account, you may need to purchase licenses to use Google Vault. Depending on which edition of Google Workspace you purchased, these licenses may be included for no additional cost. In this article we Read More >

What is Google Vault?

Google Vault is an information management and discovery tool that is compatible with many different types of Google Workspace data. Through the use of Google Vault, information from Google Workspace applications such as Gmail and Google Meet can be exported and retained indefinitely. While Google Drive functions as a temporary-to-long-term storage solution, Google Vault is Read More >

Managing Devices in Google Workspace

In addition to allowing you to set custom URLs and manage physical resources such as buildings and vehicles, Google Workspace also allows you to manage a variety of devices. These devices can be used to access Google Workspace resources such as email, file sharing, and more. In this article we will discuss device management in Read More >

Building Management in Google Workspace

While Google Workspace can be used to manage digital resources such as email accounts, domain name registrations, and much more, it can also be used to manage physical resources such as vehicles and buildings. Google Workspace allows users to track the use of meeting rooms and other building resources to optimize workflows, increase transparency, and Read More >

How to Use Custom URLs in Google Workspace

One of the benefits of setting up your own Google Workspace services is the ability to use custom URLs that include your domain name of choice. This can be useful for organization or branding purposes and can enhance the usability of your Google Workspace services.  For example, using custom URLs can help if you want Read More >