Category: G Suite for Education

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G Suite Quarantine Alerts: A Lot Can Happen In 60 Minutes

With G Suite Quarantine Alerts, administrators now have the option to receive notifications hourly for mail quarantines when they occur. But a lot can happen in 60 minutes.

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G Suite for Education: What You Need to Know

Google has announced that it is changing Google Apps to G Suite. This move is much more than a simple rebranding, however, in that many new features will be rolled out as a result of the transition.


Gaggle Safety Management Overview Video

Gaggle Safety Management combines machine learning technology with expert Safety Representatives who review content 24/7/365. Keep your students safe when they’re using school-provided tools such as G Suite for Education, Office 365 or Canvas.

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Google Student Progress Reports Don’t Provide Safety Info

Just in time for the start of the new school year, Google has announced a long-awaited feature that gives parents and guardians access to student report cards, classroom announcements, assignment due dates and other course-centered material.


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How Student Safety Saves Lives in Edison Township

Our latest case study on Edison Township Public Schools is the result of the district’s super-friendly superintendent, Dr. Richard O’Malley, sharing stories with our team during a recent ERDI conference.


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3 Reasons Why GAFE’s Safety Features Aren’t Enough to Protect Students

Google allows administrators to flag keywords so they can monitor students’ email messages based on word use. A list of flagged words alone doesn’t protect students as effectively as you might think.


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How One of the Most Recognized School Districts in the Country Keeps its Students Safe

What do you do when you’re part of an internationally-recognized digital conversion initiative that garners the attention of schools from around the country and even the President of the United States to your district? You make it safer.


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Protecting Students from Internet Crimes

Online communication and collaboration open up a whole new world for students and teachers. But this new world has a potential dark side by providing students with opportunities to get into serious trouble. Protecting students online was the theme of last week’s Gaggle webcast, “Student Online Safety In Action.”