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We are pleased to present the 15 Google Workspace Admins’ most liked blog posts in 2022.
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Top 2022 Blog Posts
Become a Google Drive File Recovery PRO in minutes. This post explains to Google Workspace Admins what happened to the disappeared Google Drive files, and how to recover them (if possible).
You will find out what are Google Workspace Admins and Google Workspace Super Admins and how many Google Workspace Super Admins you need. You will learn also about other Google Workspace Admin roles.
Do you know that Incognito mode is one of the most misconceived Google Chrome features out there? In this post, we explain what this mode really does and what are 5 common Incognito myths.
Could your cluttered Google Drive be eating up a chunk of your productivity and mental capacity? Try tidying guru Marie Kondo’s method to declutter thousands of files on your Drive following the 5 steps described in the article.
Your Google Shared Drive structure is one of the first steps to a complete Drive Data Loss Prevention (DLP) strategy. In this post, you can find three methods to organize your Google Drive and figure out what’s the best way for your organisation.
Find step-by-step instructions on how to whitelist a domain in Gmail. Whitelisting important domains in Gmail balances out the equation of receiving too much Spam and missing out on important emails.
In the post, we share a list of 6 remote work aspects coupled with Chrome extension recommendations to support each. All of the described Chrome extensions are free, though some offer paid subscriptions for premium features.
This is an extensive Google Workspace Admin guide to make Google Drive management a whole lot simpler. It focused on 10 aspects of managing Google Drive. You will also find there a bonus part about user onboarding and offboarding in Drive.
This blog power you through the most important Chromebook management tasks to prepare your fleet for the new school year. It contains 7 Google Workspace for Education Admin tasks which we recommend considering at the start of the year.
In this article, you will find out how to set up Google Drive Data Loss Prevention (DLP) across your domain. We share the 6 best Google Drive Data Loss prevention practices and present tools to start using them.
User offboarding is one of the most critical Admin tasks because of the Google Workspace security implications it entails. This post is for you if you’re an Admin looking to improve your work and save time on repetitive offboarding tasks.
Google Drive file ownership is your first stop to Drive security. In the post, you will learn more about three ways to transfer the ownership of Google Drive files to another user. We share also 10 Google Drive security best practices.
56% of IT decision-makers say targeted phishing attacks are their top security threat. In this blog post, we explore 6 methods for Google Workspace Admins to increase their Gmail security against phishing emails.
Learning how to secure virtual meetings, which are so essential nowadays, is a prerequisite in light of the security concerns shrouding online conferencing tools and cybercriminals. Our tips show you how to protect your Google Meets from your end.
Today, poor security practices and a lack of employee phishing awareness make users more susceptible to phishing scams. In the article, we describe the 6 most common types of phishing emails and how to protect your Gmail from them.
We hope you learned a lot from our Google Workspace Admins’ most liked blog posts of last year.
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