G Suite, a suite of unified intelligent cloud apps, serving more than 3 million paying businesses around the worlds—now provide critical control and visibility tools oftern required by CTOs and regulators including: "More powerful access control for administrators with security key enforcement," "More data control with Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Google Drive, DLP for Gmail, and S/MIME for Gmail," and "More analytics and insights by connecting BigQuery with Gmail."
Starting today, admins can enforce a security measure by restricting login solely to users with a Security Key. Admins in addition, can manage Security Keys deployment and can view usage reports as well.
"Security Keys plug directly into a laptop or pair with a mobile device using Bluetooth or NFC, instead of receiving a code via text."
Data loss prevention (DLP) available to Gmail since 2015, today expands to Google Drive and goes beyond standard DLP with easy-to-configure rules and OCR recognition of content stored in images so admins can easily enforce policies and control how data is shared.
"DLP for Gmail was launched with easy-to-set-up rules, OCR image scan recognition and advanced customization."
S/MIME for Gmail lets you bring your own certificates for S/MIME encryption. Administrators will be able to enforce S/MIME usage and can set DLP rules based on specific organizational unit needs.
Also starting today, Gmail logs can be analyze with a preconfigured BigQuery integration, offering admins an ability to run sophisticated, high-performing custom queries, analyze their data and build custom dashboards.
While, Google Vault helps archiving Gmail content and complies with retention for legal holds and audit reporting—now, those who use third-party email archiving solutions like HP Autonomy or Veritas—can also integrate any third-party archiving solutions of their choice with Gmail.
Google Search launches health info in the Knowledge Graph in Australia, with over 900 commonly searched for health conditions are now shown in the Google search results.
Google notes, this feature is developed as more people are searching health queries on Google —in fact, 1 in 20 Google searches are releated to health. That said, "the new health feature will include an outline of the condition, symptoms, diagnosis, and prevalence according to age at the top of search results," says Google. And, for some conditions, a high-quality illustrations from licensed medical illustrators will be on display in the search results.
Once you get this basic info from Google, you should find it easier to do more research on other sites around the web, or know what questions to ask your doctor.