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The dark side of apps: Security threats on the rise
"Think about it, unsecured Wi-Fi, spoofing, phishing attacks, ransomware, spyware... mobile devices make for the perfect target."
Google fixes vulnerability in Apps Script - but SaaS is still at risk
Security firm Proofpoint recently discovered a vulnerability that allows attackers to take advantage of Google Apps Script.
SaaS platforms - The new Wild West of malware
Proofpoint research has found Google Apps Script and normal document sharing capabilities built into Google Apps supports automatic malware downloads.
AR is the new black: The Pixel 2 flexes its augmented reality muscles
Pixel 2 owners will also get an exclusive preview of Google Lens...
Hands-on review: Google Wi-Fi could be the ultimate Wi-Fi solution
Anyone can set it up, even with limited technical knowledge, as the app guides you through the process step-by-step...
Google Home lets you control your entire house from the comfort of your bed
This device is Google’s attempt to rival and surpass the Amazon Echo...
Mount Eden stars in new Google Earth update promo
As part of Google Earth’s new revival, Google wants to encourage users to utilise the 3D mapping service to take the opportunity to explore the world.
Notorious cybercrime gang targeting Google Apps for C&C attacks
Cybercrime gang “Carbanak” is now using Google infrastructure to act as a Command and Control (C&C) for weaponized documents, according to Forcepoint.
Canvas is now fully integrated with Google Apps for Education
Teachers & students using the Canvas learning management platform will be able to take advantage of its new integration with Google tools.
Introducing G Suite, formerly known as Google Apps
We created Google Apps for Work ten years ago to help people everywhere work and innovate together, so businesses can move faster and go bigger.
Google liberates Google+
Google has removed the restrictions to its social networking effort, Google+, saying the platform has moved from ‘field trial’ to ‘beta’.