Introducing The Google Workspace For Government Demo Series

While government leaders have a lot on their minds, from supporting inventory management to managing hybrid work environments, secure collaboration should not be one of them. With Google Workspace for Government, organizations can improve constituent services and workforce collaboration with a set of flexible, secure solutions that can integrate within existing government technology investments.

To showcase how our tools can help, we created the Google Workspace for Government Demo Series. Over the course of the next three weeks, we’ll highlight popular features and processes that our customers frequently ask about in a series of demo-based training videos. These videos range from two to ten minutes and offer a deeper explanation on how to set up solutions and use features.

Join us to learn more at the Google Workspace for Government Demo Series:

  • June 6: Data Regions
    Maintain government compliance by storing sensitive data in a specific geographic location by using a data region policy.
  • June 8: Client-Side Encryption
    Explore how Google Workspace client-side encryption can strengthen the confidentiality of your data while addressing a broad range of data sovereignty and compliance requirements.
  • June 10: Context Aware Access
    Context-aware access allows admins to set up different access levels based on a user’s identity and the context of the request (location, device security status, IP address). We’ll discuss how admins have greater control over how, when, and where users can access Google Workspace resources.
  • June 13: Mobile Device Management
    Find out how to enroll devices, set policies and more with Google Workspace mobile device management. Mobile device management helps protect corporate data on users’ personal devices as well as organization-owned devices.
  • June 15: Google Workspace for Government Trials
    Learn how your organization can test the productivity and collaboration features of Google Workspace Enterprise for Government during a trial. We’ll walk through steps to set up a trial period or work with a partner.
  • June 17: Gmail UI
    Gmail might look a bit different these days, but these changes allow for better integration between applications. We’ll showcase how to make the most of these new features with your workforce.
  • June 20: Google Chat Features
    From direct messages to group conversations, Google Chat and Spaces help teams collaborate fluidly and efficiently from anywhere. Learn how Google Chat can help you and your users connect and take group work to the next level with shared chat, files, and tasks.
  • June 22: Google Meet Host Controls
    Google Meet host controls allow the meeting organizer to regulate how attendees use meeting features during the call. Find out more about these features.
  • June 24: Drive Shortcuts
    Google Drive shortcuts let you create links, or “pointers” to content that can be stored in another folder or drive. We’ll discuss how to use this organizational method that helps cut down on making copies.

Register today for the three-week Google Workspace for Government Demo Series. Each week you’ll receive an email with the weekly training schedule. If you cannot attend a session, on demand sessions will be available at the end of each day.

By: Nicolette Stepakoff (Google Workspace Specialist, Google Cloud Customer Engineering)
Source: Google Cloud Blog

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