Include hidden and filtered data in charts in Google Sheets

We’re making charts in Google Sheets easier to use and analyze. This launch introduces the option to include hidden and/or filtered data in Sheets charts. Going forward, if you create a chart in Sheets on the web and then filter or hide any of the source data, a small message will appear indicating that the data has been removed from your chart and giving you the option to include it. While this option will only appear on the web, any settings will be respected on mobile as well.

comprompt-GoogleAppUpdate

If you opt to include that hidden or filtered data and then later want to exclude it from the same sheet, you can simply expand the chart menu in the upper right corner of the chart and select Advanced edit. That will open the Chart Editor, where you can choose Chart types and uncheck the box next to Include hidden / filtered data. The next time you hide or filter source data in that same sheet, you’ll see the message again.

Not only will this give you greater control over the spreadsheets you create within Google Sheets, it will prevent Microsoft Excel spreadsheets that contain hidden data and that are imported into Sheets from being inaccurately displayed.

Reference By Google

Better email security and compliance with attachment scanning and file type detection

Email compliance settings allow Google Apps admins to set policies to regulate the delivery of both internal and external email for their organization. Today, we’re announcing two different policy improvements to further enhance email security:

Attachment scanning
The Content compliance setting enables admins to specify what action to perform for messages based on predefined sets of words, phrases, text patterns, or numerical patterns contained within their content. Similarly, the Objectionable content setting enables admins to specify what action to perform for messages containing specific word lists that they create

Previously, each of these policies supported the scanning of the body of email messages and text attachments only. With today’s launch, the policies will also scan the content inside common attachment types―such as documents, presentations, and spreadsheets from different productivity suites―for increased security.

File type detection
The Attachment compliance setting enables admins to specify actions to perform for messages with attachments based on file type, file name, and message size. Previously, the policy relied solely on the file type extension when identifying matches. With today’s launch, we’ll start scanning and identifying the actual file type of attachments, preventing the renaming of most file type extensions to circumvent attachment policies.

Check out the Help Center links below for more information on these security improvements.

Reference By: Google

Cyberoam Future-ready Security.

One Solution, Secures All

From securing massive data centers and complex corporate networks at leading enterprises to providing affordable perimeter security to emerging small businesses, Cyberoam security is at the heart of networks across organizations in India. Be it Education, Healthcare, Government, Retail, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Oil and Gas, irrespective of their size and scale, a growing number of organizations choose Cyberoam to secure their users, data, applications, servers and networks from known and unknown cyber threats.

With patented security technology, state-of-the-art threat research and world-class support infrastructure, we are helping our customers go digital, securely.

Future-Ready Security for…

comprompt-cyberoam-anyneed
• Network Security
• Web, Email & Application Security
• VPN
• Monitoring & Compliance
• ICS & SCADA Security

comprompt-cyberoam-anynetwork

• SOHO-ROBO
• Small & Medium Enterprises
• Large Enterprises

comprompt-cyberoam-anybusiness

• Government & Manufacturing
• Education
• Healthcare
• Banking & Finance
• Industrial Control & SCADA

UTM & NGFW

Comprompt-cyberoamUTM&NGFW

iView

Comprompt-cyberoam-iView

Cyberoam Central Console

Comrompt-cyberoam-Cyberoam Central Console

 

A new look for the Google Drive on the mobile web

Google Drive, To create a consistent experience across the Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides viewers on the web on mobile, today Google introducing a simpler, more uniform interface for each.

Comprompt-Mobile Web Editors (Final Version)

In addition, we’re encouraging people to edit their Google Docs files in the mobile app, which is easier to use and offers more robust functionality. Going forward, when users open Docs files on the mobile web and attempt to edit, they’ll be taken directly to the app or given the option to download it. Like with Google Sheets and Slides files, they’ll no longer be able to edit Docs files on the mobile web.

Comprompt-Google Drive Mobile Web Editors UI Refresh (Promo)

Reference By – Google

Prevent individuals from changing their Google+ profile names

Google introducing a new setting in the Google Apps Admin console that gives Apps admins control over whether or not people in their organizations can edit their profile names in Google+.

By default, people can change the profile name that’s displayed for their Google+ profile. The new display name is also used in all other Google products, except for user-edited Gmail usernames. Starting today, admins can decide to disallow name changes. If changes are disallowed, all Google+ profile names that were previously changed by individuals will be replaced by their corresponding names in the Admin console directory.

Comprompt-gplus

If admins decide to prevent users from changing their Google+ profile names, we recommend the following to minimize any confusion:

  • Inform people in your organization that their profile name might change—before you modify the setting.
  • Advise people to contact their Google Apps admin if they need to change their profile name after the setting is changed.

Visit the Help Center to learn more about managing Google+ profiles.

Reference-Google

Better email security and compliance with attachment scanning and file type detection

Email compliance settings allow Google Apps admins to set policies to regulate the delivery of both internal and external email for their organization. Today, we’re announcing two different policy improvements to further enhance email security:

Attachment scanning
The Content compliance setting enables admins to specify what action to perform for messages based on predefined sets of words, phrases, text patterns, or numerical patterns contained within their content. Similarly, the Objectionable content setting enables admins to specify what action to perform for messages containing specific word lists that they create.

Previously, each of these policies supported the scanning of the body of email messages and text attachments only. With today’s launch, the policies will also scan the content inside common attachment types―such as documents, presentations, and spreadsheets from different productivity suites―for increased security

File type detection
The Attachment compliance setting enables admins to specify actions to perform for messages with attachments based on file type, file name, and message size. Previously, the policy relied solely on the file type extension when identifying matches. With today’s launch, we’ll start scanning and identifying the actual file type of attachments, preventing the renaming of most file type extensions to circumvent attachment policies.

Check out the Help Center links below for more information on these security improvements.

Reference By: Google

Enhanced inbound mail gateway functionality

Google Apps allows for the use of inbound mail gateway servers which admins can leverage to process their inbound mail in different ways―such as archiving it or filtering out spam―before passing it onto the Google Apps mail server for delivery.

Today’s launch adds more flexibility for Apps admins when using inbound mail gateway servers:

  • Multiple upstream server systems – to accommodate more complex network architectures, customers can now have multiple server systems upstream from Gmail.

Message tagging – an upstream system can now tag messages as spam in the header, which Gmail will honor, allowing for full delegation of spam filtering to a third party solution if desired.comprompt-Disable downloading, printing, and copying of any Google Drive file

Reference By Google

Google Drive plug-in for Microsoft Office

With Google Drive you can keep all your important files in one place, then open them with your choice of apps and devices. Today, we’re offering new ways to work together with Office files, using the Google Drive plug-in for Microsoft Office.

With the new Google Drive plug-in, people using Office for Windows can now open their Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents stored in Drive and then save any changes back to Drive once they’re done

Comprompt-Google Drive plug-in for Microsoft Office

If you’re working on a document, spreadsheet or presentation that’s on your computer, you can also save that file to Google Drive, directly from the Office apps. This is especially useful for sharing files with teams, or for accessing your files across devices.

Comprompt-Google-drive

The Drive plug-in for Microsoft Office supports Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (2007, 2010, and 2013 versions), and Office 365 if you’ve downloaded and installed Microsoft Office on your computer as part of an Office 365 subscription.

Check out the Help Center links below for more information.

Launch Details
Release track:
Launching to both Rapid release and Scheduled release

Rollout pace: 
Full rollout (1-3 days for feature visibility)

Impact: 
All end users

Action:
Change management suggested/FYI

Reference By Google

Disable downloading, printing, and copying of any Google Drive file

With Information Rights Management (IRM), people using Google Drive can now disable downloading, printing, and copying from the advanced sharing menu―perfect for when the file you’re sharing contains sensitive information that you don’t want shared broadly or leaked. This new option is available for any file stored in Google Drive, including documents, spreadsheets, and presentations created with Google Docs.

To enable this feature, open the sharing dialogue from any Google document, spreadsheet, presentation, or other file in Drive on the web and click on Advanced in the lower right hand corner. Check the ‘Disable options to download, print, and copy for commenters and viewers’ box and click Save changes. This functionality is also available through API.Disable downloading, printing, and copying of any Google Drive file
Notes:

  • This feature can be enabled by file owners only, and on the web only
  • Once this feature is enabled, all entry points for downloading, printing, and copying will be removed from Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides on all platforms.

Google documents, spreadsheets, and presentations for which this feature has been enabled will show a notification at the top of the File and Edit menus

export disabled disabled downloading, printing, and copying of any Google Drive file

Reference By Google