Whether your business has consciously deployed Google Workspace and Google Cloud or not, it’s almost guaranteed that some of your employees will be using a Google Account to get certain aspects of their jobs done. The reason? Many common services that are now considered essential require it.
These accounts are technically considered by Google to be personal accounts, despite having a company email address, as they were created by the individual and not issued to them by your business. This means you could have business data residing in personal accounts over which you have no right of access, and crucially – no control.
Find out how you can protect your business in our report, “Unmanaged Users: How much control do you really have over your data?”
Inside you will find: