Google G Suite is quite popular and useful for corporate clients. These are products for increasing corporate productivity while ensuring full-time cohesion as well. These let users remote operate their devices, log their progress and sync their work across the main system. Google has made certain changes in its G Suite update and mentions it in its blog here.
According to Google, the most secure way of verifying one’s login is to go with the 2-step security verification. This means that once a user logs in via their system, their attached phone would be prompted to verify this log-in and ensure that no illegal access is being carried. Their phone would give them the option to either receive a special, unique code via text or phone call. Once they choose their options, they receive the code in a matter of seconds.
Additionally, sign-in would be a lot easier than to say allow some other form of verification such as captchas. While this would be an update to the end-user, administrators with security keys would not have to face this. Instead, they would continue to make use of their security keys. Admins would also be able to enable or disable this feature although it would remain on by default.
According to Google’s blog post, they would be rolling out the update from the 7th of July. The entire rollout process may take about 15 days or so. Don’t worry though, you do not have to do anything as all customers registered with the service would receive this update.