Common questions when considering G Suite
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Can I manage mobile devices with G Suite?
Yes, you can manage your organization’s mobile devices, without the need for an on-premise device management server, using the Google Admin console. Mobile device management (MDM) allows you to enforce device policies over mobile devices in your organization and perform actions like remotely wiping your users’ mobile devices.
Can I manage multiple domains with G Suite?
If your organization acquires a new domain name or does business at multiple domains, you can add all your domains to your account at no extra cost. Users can then have identities at one or more of your domains while sharing services as part of a single organization. And you can manage your domains from the same Admin console. Add a domain as either a separate domain or domain alias, depending on how you plan to use it.
Can I grant administrative privileges to other users?
Yes. No matter the size of your organization, we recommend that you distribute the responsibility of managing your users and services among a select set of trusted users. You can grant a user administrative privileges by assigning them one of the available administrator roles. Assigning a role grants the user access to your Admin console. You can make a user a super administrator who can perform all tasks in the Admin console. You can also assign an administrator a role that limits which tasks the administrator can perform. For example, allowing them only to create groups, manage service settings, or reset a user's password.
Can I control users’ access to certain features or services?
Initially, most services are turned on for all of your users. You can use the Admin console to turn off services you don't want people to use, or to customize how services work. You have the option to enable the same settings for everyone or apply unique policies to different users. For example, you might turn on Hangouts just for your support team or allow only the marketing department to share public Google Sites.
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