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Better App control is here

 Google has launched user policy management to give IT administrators greater control and flexibility within Google Apps.
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Google has launched user policy management to give IT administrators greater control and flexibility within Google Apps.

Administrators can now segment their users into different organizational units - for example, students at different grade levels, faculty and staff - and control access to individual Google services like Docs, Sites and IM for each of those different sets of users.

Read more about it at the Google enterprise blog.

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