Google has recently launched new capabilities that will allow enterprises to better maintain security and transparency over the computers used by employees in the workplace, particularly work applications and data.
Endpoint Verification, as the product is called, is rolling out for the core services in the tech giant’s cloud portfolio. This includes both business editions of G Suite, the Google Cloud Platform and Google Identify, a user management platform geared toward enterprises. The tool appears as a new tab in the administrator console.
According to Google, Endpoint Verification provides a centralized view of the desktops and laptops used by a company’s employees. Administrators can select a specific machine to bring up security information for that device.
Endpoint Verification enables companies to check if any computers are running an outdated operating system version in need of patching, as well as monitor important security settings. The tool can show whether or not a machine locks the screen when the user is away and also if disk encryption is enabled.
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