Google workspace to use AI for Data Security

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Google has recently announced a significant upgrade to its Workspace platform, integrating cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to enhance meetings and bolster data security. With this advancement, Gemini, Google’s AI-powered assistant, is set to revolutionize the experiences of over 3 billion users, offering seamless support for their daily tasks and video content creation.

One of the key enhancements to Google Workspace is its fortified defense against spam, particularly in Gmail and during meetings. The platform now boasts a remarkable 20% reduction in spam, providing users with a cleaner inbox experience. Additionally, Google Workspace is now equipped to respond to phishing-related complaints a staggering 90% faster, offering heightened protection for files stored in Google Drive. Administrators also gain new capabilities, including the ability to classify sensitive documents and files using AI-powered data leak prevention controls.

Gemini doesn’t stop at security improvements; it also streamlines communication and productivity. Users can now enjoy concise summaries of lengthy emails, a feature designed to alleviate the burdens of busy schedules. Furthermore, for those seeking efficient communication with business contacts, Gemini facilitates voice-to-text translation within chat conversations. Users simply dictate their message, and Gemini seamlessly converts it into a text format, eliminating the need for manual typing.

However, amidst the excitement surrounding these new features, some users have encountered challenges. Reports have surfaced regarding emails missing from inboxes, with many being diverted to spam folders. It’s advised that users check their spam folders regularly, especially for important emails, including those sent via automated email software like SendGrid. Gmail’s filtering algorithms may occasionally misclassify these messages, causing them to be flagged as spam.

In light of these developments, it’s essential for users to stay informed and remain vigilant. While the introduction of AI-powered enhancements brings remarkable benefits, it’s crucial to address any unforeseen issues promptly and ensure a smooth user experience.

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Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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