When you use GSuite for a business, you're going to need administrators, specifically Super Admins. Super administrators cover everything within the parameters of your administrator system within GSuite, however it is important to understand that having too many can be a hassle. There are other administrative roles set for some of your users, some premade by Google, and there are custom roles that can be created to fit the needs of your organization. We at Coolhead Tech are here to elaborate upon the many privileges that other administrative roles can use.
When moving to the Google Cloud platform, getting everyone in your organization engaged with change management is the only way to ensure a smooth transition process. That’s why it’s so important for people at the top to effectively communicate their objectives for change to their entire organization. According to research by Google, 84% of organizations considered senior leaders and executives to be one of the top three reasons for success. When workers see their managers directly involved with the transition, they are much more likely to enthusiastically participate.
As you may already know with GSuite, you can assign roles to your users for your business, with Google providing six pre-made roles for a general business. These roles are simple and can provide enough privileges within your GSuite organization for everyone to suit your needs. However if you need to go into more depth, you may create a custom role to further suit your needs. Coolhead Tech is here to provide a rundown on what these role fulfill and how they fit into your business.
At the Midsize Enterprise Summit held here in Austin this week, Coolhead presented a new flat rate Cloud management service for midmarket companies using Office 365 and Google Apps for Work as well as an incentive for those who haven’t yet migrated their legacy servers to cloud productivity platforms like Google and Microsoft.
Mature companies and IT Departments rely on core communications and productivity software to be at the helm of their well-oiled machines. There's work to be done and a cloud migration, whether for communications or collaboration can be disruptive, that is until now. As the competition for Cloud productivity apps like Office 365 and Google Apps for Work is growing up, mature Cloud Service Providers like Coolhead Tech are brewing up a perfect storm for mid-market companies ready to go Cloud by offering flat-rate Apps Administration services through AppsAdmins.com
A key part of being an Apps Admin is knowing all there is to know about Google Apps System Access and Authentication. These two topics are closely-interrelated, and in this post we'll be discussing Login challenges and how they differ from 2SV, or 2-Step Verification.
Here at Coolhead Tech, we like to cover all of the most important features in Google Apps. Recently, 2SV is seeing a surge in popularity, especially for businesses and workplaces using cloud-based solutions like Google Apps. In this article, we'll be discussing 2SV: what it is, how you can benefit from it, and who it should be enforced on.
As a Google Apps Admin, you should be aware of securing Gmail admin settings. There's an unfortunately large number of Apps Admins who may not think to disable certain features in their options, features that could potentially leave them and their business vulnerable to security breaches. In this blog post, we'll discuss securing your Gmail communications by disabling IMAP and POP access for your domain.
Here at Coolhead Tech, we cover a lot of topics around Google Apps and being an Apps Admin. In this post, we'll be discussing the Google Apps OAuth domain key, another important topic for Google Apps System Access and Authentication.