To say every G Suite admin should be familiar with G Suite Account Management (GAM) is an understatement. The admin portal provides G Suite admins with tons of capability out of the gate, however, many of these features are applied at the user level. Without GAM, customizing and updating G Suite environments can be tedious and error prone. In this article you will see some of my favorite GAM features ranging from basic Mailbox user settings to OU Management. The idea is to help G Suite admins become familiar with the unique tools provided by GAM.
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Here's a recent podcast I did with PurePerformance around serverless patterns that I think everyone should know about. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section below.
The digital experience is critical for your customers. How your customers view your brand is now tied to your applications and digital storefront, meaning a poor digital experience in that environment could push them away forever.
In the competitive market of collaboration tools, Google is investing in Chat to challenge the likes of Microsoft Teams and Slack. If you are unfamiliar with the applications listed above don't feel left out. All three applications focus on consolidating the bombardment of communication tools that employees interact with on a daily basis. Chat and its competitors provide a single place for messaging, document editing, and files sharing allowing your users to effortlessly collaborate in realtime. Chat's most recent updates allow External Users into a Chat room and a new Chat app that allows users to collaborate without an internet browser! No matter what G Suite license you use, Chats is included at no extra cost.
Recent research has shown that users abandon apps that take too long to load, deleting them when they perform poorly; even going so far as to avoid brands known for delivering poor digital experiences.