Cloud News Review week of 2/24/2020
This week on Cloud News Review
Pixel phone users rejoice! Google Assistant is starting to roll out to users of Pixel 4 owners. Originally, Google Assistant did not work for users when they were logged into their G Suite account until now. The update is slowly working it's way into the states. Currently, the offical support page still claims it is unavailable. [9to5Google]
Verizon gives warning about enterprise users being careless with their apps. According to the company's annual survey, 43% of respondents believe their organization took unnecessary risks with mobile security in 2019. While 39% of respondents experienced a mobile security compromise. We recommend that you always take the most security measures for your business like aquiring email protection or single sign-on. [SDXCentral]
Google is making it easier to navigate through Gmail. The latest update for Gmail has rolled out "search chips", a faster way to search in the app. What "search chips" does is help you identify the exact thing you are looking for, like typing a colleagues' name and you can specify by what exactly it is you want like a Doc or a PDF. This update will be available for all G Suite users. [ChromeUnboxed]
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