Since the Android operating system is developed by Google, these devices allow for more detailed data and information to be gathered and managed by the G Suite administrator than iOS devices. As a result, there are more options available for managing them on your G Suite domain. In this video, Julio Appling covers options for managing Android devices on your domain.
- [Instructor] Since the Android operating system…is developed by Google, these devices allow…for more detailed data and information…to be gathered and managed by…the G Suite administrator than iOS devices.…As a result, there are more options available…for managing them on your G Suite domain.…Let's take a look at a few of them.…If you decide to manage Android devices…within your domain, you must first set…Google Management as your…enterprise mobility management, or EMM provider.…This is also a service that could be…provided and managed by a third-party,…and your domain may only be bound…to one EMM provider at a time.…
To bind or unbind Google Management for work,…from the Admin console home,…click Device management,…Setup, EMM binding for Android.…In this case, I have already set Google Mobile Management…as my EMM provider, but if you had not done so,…you would be prompted to verify…that you agree to add the Android…management service to your domain.…Be sure to read both the terms…of Google Play for Work as well as…
- Choosing a G Suite plan
- Setting up your domain
- Migrating data
- Choosing services
- Adding and removing users and groups
- Managing user access
- Configuring iOS and Android devices
- Working with reports
Skill Level Intermediate
1. G Suite Overview
2. G Suite Setup
3. Getting Started
4. User Management
5. Device Setup and Management
6. G Suite Reports
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