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Best Practices in Developing G Suite Business Apps

Monica Kumar
Information Technology Business Partner Clinical Trial Execution at Genentech Inc
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April 9, 2019, San Francisco, United States
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Monica Kumar
Information Technology Business Partner Clinical Trial Execution at Genentech Inc
Satheesh Nanniyur
Senior Product Manager at Google Cloud
Sambit Samal
Group Product Manager at Google Cloud

Building enterprise wide web solutions is one of my key expertise. I am particulary interested in application development/server and client side development in Java and working closely with the customer in a team environment. I enjoy being challenged and like experimenting with the latest technologies out there.Specialties: Platforms: Unix, Windows 2000, Sun SolarisTechnologies: J2EE, Servlets, Struts, JSF, Hibernate, Ibatis, ANT, AxisApplication Servers: Weblogic, JBossLanguages:Java,SQL,HTML,XML,C,PerlTools: Eclipse, JBuilder, SmartCVS, ToadExposure To: XSL, WML, WAP, XMLRPC, JavaScript

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I am Sr. Product Manager in G Suite Developer Platforms. In my role, I am obsessed with making it easy to develop apps on G Suite. I passionately believe that everyone should be able to develop an app on G Suite irrespective of coding proficiency. Before joining Google, I worked at Salesforce, Yahoo, and Cisco building platforms, APIs, and scalable data systems in both enterprise and consumer markets.

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The number-one challenge that enterprises face in developing custom apps is inability to build them on time. In G Suite Developer Platforms, we are obsessed with solving this problem by making it easy to develop apps. Whether you’re a business user or a professional developer, we have the right solution to customize G Suite quickly and easily. We are at the forefront of low-code and no-code programming tools, event-driven apps on serverless environments, and visual-component-driven development to accelerate app delivery. In this session, we will help you gain insight into key industry trends, understand how AI will accelerate app development, make sense of G Suite developer solutions, and understand best practices in developing G Suite business apps.

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Indecision we're going to talk about applications on D Street and solve. Rapping application signed how to set up organizations in this particular situation today along with me Michael present. Does Monica from Genentech from Google Cloud talking decision as well? so we will start with giving an overview of what kind of challenges or Enterprise customers face when it comes to doping applications on this week. I hope we are driving certain industry Trends

with some of our product lines followed by talking about our specific products. How many cup present are organized in? What are some of the best practices in their organization with respect outdoor paint on this week? Then we'll talk about what is a future looking like what are the key trends that you're seeing in the industry when it comes to Donovan gods in the productivity space General generally everything G Suite as well almost more specifically with an overview of

some of the features that we are announcing today with respect to disregard Punta platforms. So before we get started a quick note on how to submit questions. So all of you must have the mobile app, so you will be able to submit questions to your mobile app on this dirty, so I can go to the sperm fertilization descendants of me. Take some life questions from this wide world. Perfect song let's get started. So imagine yourself to be a salesperson in HR professional financial and list many different roles in an Enterprise. Your key responsibilities in driving the

business with respect to your role with respect to your area of expertise. When you do this, you're obviously using many different applications are using this weight-loss. You are using other Enterprise applications as part of this. Documents you need some customizations in order to run your business process. You need all those apps. When it comes to getting those herbs, there are some key challenges. The business users in an organization face. Number 1 challenges what we call the skills Gap. Ask the business

process owner. You are the expert in your business process. You know how your person should run? You know how your business is run. You know, you are all better than anybody else in your organization. When you want to get those apps. You need to go to your it dollar parts, and then they have the technical expertise to download applications. This is a problem there. So on one hand the business process the business users are really proficient with their process. They have the right skills

for that but they like the technical expertise. My daughter had the technical Technical College, but they don't know all the business process requires communication back and forth in order to get direct application that you need the number one challenge. The Second Challenge is the ideal Auto Parts. Now they have to work with many different businesses are Cindy organization across the Enterprise. I just sent those business process and then dollar applications for them. That leads to scaling challenges

for the developer resources become Limited. The third challenge that receives. Technology keeps evolving business process also keep it wallpaper. Everybody's always playing catch-up in order to stay in tune with the strangers that are happening. That leads to delays in getting the apps that you need that leads to getting the updates to the apps that are using a challenge. The net result of all of these challenges that involve stakeholders get frustrated. There are many different stakeholders.

I have identified three sick or decir number one is a business applications technically proficient Auto Parts. Our number three is somebody who is tracking. Because from the schedules and managing all these programs across what I call the IT director, here are the updates that they need on time because they project backlog just keeps growing as they try to work with many different organizations device. Direct result of the IT director is now they're facing the costume the schedule Lawrence.

Those are those are the challenges that everybody face is all the stakeholders face. How old is the price of addressing this what are the ships that are happening in the industry to addresses? So number one shaft that is happening is the application development itself is being moved to the blood vessels are closer to the business. They are in the best position to find out what is application that they need all of this applications. This is happening with local on no code tools for business users database applications.

the second shift that is happening in this industry is that there's a lot of sass applications are coming up software-as-a-service applications. Vendor event need it's probably most efficient to go and buy an application as long as there is one that meets the need that has led to the growth of the Enterprise marketplaces and the growth of the ecosystems. Where is Valley Center party dollars. Of this house and make them available to the different businesses. The third shift is the price. I did scroll itself

is evolving. It's evolving from Vaughn of being a dollar per session being an enabler for Dollar Bank of applications by the business and by the business uses. The business is now reporting Direct Tools that are providing. The rain did Access-A-Ride guardrails security applications me darkness and come play with organization's policies. You can Google learning G Suite. We are at the Forefront of driving this shift. Number one with respect to the first shift. We are providing the

local ronnoco tools to enable the business users. Number to Veer billing cycle system Hardware Billings marketplace where businesses are seen an organization can go and find applications that they need. I'm start deploying and using those applications. With respect to the 3rd Shift, we are also providing great tools and technologies that I T admin status need in order to ensure that are being built by the knowledge workers across organization remain secure.

the Enterprise's data remains secure and I did I did many settlers can go on monitors application usage. And make sure that they are able to whitelist the apps. They allow the Enterprise users and a business users to install and use your driving these shifts in the disregard platform. Getting into the specifics. I want to talk about the five products in this we go to put platform give it all real so that you can go and explore for the details from this. So the number one Dolly Parton Debbie provide is a subscript asked if there's a local how many of you here have already heard.

That's kind of shows how popular oscopies you can actually see that in a little over three billion play Vacation Sinatra. So it's a local developer platform enables the business. House of because it provides an integrated development environment it provides a PS4 all the G Suite apps. All right, it provides an integrated runtime environment so that when you're building the app, you don't have to look elsewhere to think about you know, where you're going to run that back Backstreet has an integrated one time payment. You can use to go ahead and run. Application.

from a best practices perspective if you have an application that will be used by a few hundred users to get started. After scuba class some coding and some professions in coding. Do this for what it called Advanced knowledge workers are cities and Oliver's. Listen, are you building up and it becomes very popular in your organization. David needs to be used by Les a few thousand users as opposed to a few hundred users. That's the time when you as businesses. Are you talk to

the it organization and I figured out how to scale the Play application allows potential you need new features, maybe some ml or maybe some data analytics capabilities. That's when you can use Google Cloud platform and skills that application and build a new features. The second one that I want to talk about this app maker. I think it is intended to be a no code platform and no code application development tool. Do this for Pure business users knowledge workers who cannot code?

at this point in time I think it is great for building simple card applications for business users. If you want something that is a bit more I was if you want more advanced customization, you can use apps trip to customize your app that is built using App Maker. So far my best practice perspective. If you had a business use how to get Woodstock Building the app as long as the simple card application, you should be able to build with all the visual drag-and-drop tool says it's Illustrated on the slide here. And if you want more customization, she would go to the IT department and try to

seek some of their help in order to customers application. The total drama talk about is the G Suite add-ons. I literally know if nobody who is just using water to applications in their business by they're always using a suite of applications for Gmail events calendar that you are also using a Salesforce CRM along with this this week. So I don't have the right tools on the framework for you to get an integrated experience with third-party apps. That's what I don't see is intended to provide

environment. In order to build us a dance so that you can use multiple application song with this week in conjunction with G Suite. cell phone with best practices perspective You would look for this Alliance just started on the G Suite marketplace. Where are the chances of. You'll be able to find the right around that you need. Otherwise, this is not a dollop mental intended for the knowledge workers rather than intended for use by the knowledge workers. How to go to 80 and ask him $2 per night on and make it available to you and potentially many of your colleagues in the

organization. The next one is a g Suite Marketplace. There are over 6,000 ISP applications both web applications productivity tools. So if you're looking to solve a particular problem, this is probably the best place to start with look to see whether there is already an application that's available and use that application. If not, then you'll have to look at how to build something in collaboration with your ID. So if you're in the it organization from a best practice perspective. You should talk to them about the app that you need so.

Unit you can actually make sure that the application that you want to make available to the rest of your organization is secure it meets all your needs and then that application can be whitelisted. God make sure that all the other businesses. Can you start? The Lost room that I'm going to talk about is the admin console. Set alarm in Council provides a number of different tools and techniques to make sure that the apps in your organization remain secure and the data in your organization. Dementia. with the ship stuff to talk about

no lot of different knowledge workers will be building applications. The role of the it now is to become an enabler later for this kind of application development at least to keep the security of applications on the security of the data and make sure that this apps and data meet the complex requirements of the organization number of different tools including whitelisting of the applications applications can be installed by Wyclef staying AP is an enabling apis providing some data guard rails as well as Monitoring app usage on the

resources that are allocated for the app are maintained. So we are doing the evening to go and be an enabler in your organization in town for knowledge worker. Should be back. Is there any planetary afraid of investment for us? We know that there is lot more work to be done here and we're working on bringing more capable to screenshoot hard as I can organizations. Can Empower your business is Ruby. Sign maintenance jobs. so so far I gave you an overview of The the

different District dollar tools at an overview of water the industry Sheriff. How to take a moment to summarize some of the best practices that will learn from many of the customers that we are spoken to 2% What is the knowledge worker and daughter is like administrator? Circular knowledge worker and you're looking to build an app. Your first step should be to identify what kind of experience Europe needs to deliver. Is it at Redbox. Easy tonight on. Will be available along with G suite

and does in the side panel or is it in automation automation meaning and you weren't even have that automatically some toast for you in this box to some kind of assistant me right? That would be the first step. The second step is to lay out the resources. Europe vacation needs. This resources could be for example certain Computer Resources are certain storage resources or maybe even some resources some access to resources such as a male models depending on the resources that you need. You can think about, you know, what kind of platform that you want to build

your application on. authorities a data sources and retrieval Data sources could be for insensate. I could be someone from system. You're already using if you think about how will I make this data available to the knowledge workers so that they can be apps. Data sources could also be some other third-party services potentially using apis a large amount of data that needs to be using some kind of prey analytics tools. The first step is using all of these data from the first three steps to make sure that you're choosing appropriate this window.

If you're looking to build a simple application with no cord your toddler start using App Maker if you want some customizations that are big and start using that particular tool for building wrap Ranch in a large amount of data using summer male or female looking for advanced storage to discuss equal then you'd be thinking about building Europe on gcp the Google Cloud platform. Those are the kind of things that you should look at once. You should also think about how to share this app with others users and organization. This

could be for example of an IT providing some amount of people called for another knowledge workers to download apps on enabling all database users to use this app. Why are private testing on the Enterprise Market Place on the district Marketplace? Or if you're even looking as if you are a third-party Dollar Tree, you can use the district Marketplace as you are distribution by form so that you can reach many different Enterprise customers Harlem use your application.

No, looking at it from an IT administrator of perspective. You were delicious astronautics what gets in your organization forward and they're aware of the Colts make the right tools available. For example. You may want to make out make it available for all your business associate login Edition enable it for them Community Club it with each other to share information with each other and build applications on their own for usaid organization because I'm

under stress on you or organization right by moving applications closer to the business users. the second best practices to establish their taxes and connectivity if you want your knowledge workers to be able to build apps around on Frame data, make sure that data is available. And the third best practices to enforce Security on Garners Avenue looking at enabling you are businesses us to install applications from the marketplace. Make sure they're secure. If you are not a good look at your business applications that make sure the doors are secured before they are

widely used in your organization. All you may want to stop by some data guardrails are some quarters in the computer to make sure the dorsets comply with those limitations that reinforce alarm for many different Christmas station talk about complication. Welcome to the session and it's great to be here. Thanks to some bits and Satish for inviting us here. I have a couple of my colleagues from Roche and Genentech. So glad you could get a team together. So what

is start off with talking about who they are? So maybe some of the US faced folks may know Genentech, but the Roches basically of global Pharma company based in Basel Switzerland, wait around for over a hundred locations worldwide around ninety-five thousand employees and Contact which is a USB biotech company was acquired by Roshan 2009 and ever since we've been a member of the Rose group another fun fact, it's it's really huge number 11 million Swiss 11 billion Swiss Francs in R&D investment.

So we are focused on three terapeutica for therapeutic areas of oncology Immunology neuroscience and infectious diseases. And really we have both the Diagnostics and farmer divisions Under One Roof and this gives us a unique opportunity to actually look at the patient health care across the whole Spectrum. So right from prevention diagnosis treatment and then monitoring find what you need and best solutions to improve our patience lies. We support our business and

fulfill the mission. We don't have the best solutions for our patients will we're looking at from an IT perspective. How can he actually simplifies landscape Empower teams with the right tools and also support these new ways of working our business is going through a major transformation today and what you see on the left hand side and it just to give you a background Jewish migrated to G Suites in 2013 and prior to that because the company had been in business for more than 20 30 years as some of you know you tend to build up on Legacy applications Legacy platforms and lots of custom

Solutions on those platforms had been built so we had sort of a messy application landscape and they also have you known ever since we moved the cloud. We also got the third party apps that were sort of confusing orange users. Do you know when do I use this worse is that you know, Microsoft was embedded in the Before we move to Chase Suites a lot of stuff out question is when do I use SharePoint versus Team drive or site? Right? And so what are leadership looked at this last year and he said, you know, there's power in offering our end users are default and default is actually G

Suite. So we believe G Suite offers right capabilities to make our end users as productive as possible. But along the G suite for the G3 plus plus is really about the 3rd party apps, but they have also do we use Smart Shaped Box Trello, all of these apps actually a doctor that experienced and hands and the Meet The Gap that we have to just in the basic collaboration Suite So how he organized, you know, just support this very large very complex organization. We have a global it team that oversees that looks at. You know, where is the business going? And what are

the Enterprise Solutions? We need to provide a customer's so that they are not waiting for this and having to do all this work on themselves. So free sample, we are focused on personalized Healthcare in the road signs infrastructure Erp and many Cloud capabilities even around automation. So that's something so they could provide those platforms and tools the functionality is basically embedded in the business are actually have the closest proximity to what's going on in each business divisions. For example of our business functions can be from research manufacturing Diagnostics

commercial rights to each of these businesses have their own individual demands and they have their own in a critical business-critical applications that they work with and that seemed actually sits and livers and drive that Global IP strategy forward and then you know, we wouldn't be here and be able to do what we do without hundreds of these knowledge workers who are developing but also consuming these these the services but they are the ones that are actually building these Solutions, you know, using some of the development platforms we have

And you know, we have a wide spectrum given the the the application landscape that we have in the complexity of the business demand to we have every local to medium to the very complex apps light spectrum there and soon the Loco. Do you know if you've seen lot of forever since you know because we've been on G suite for a while we've seen lots and lots of knowledge workers Bill tack strips for many many different solutions. They want the for example, you know, a script comes embedded within je suis could give you the ability to connect with a gsuite API. So anyone who's have a city to

solve a problem within their own group can just pick it up and get started it offers the integrated. So let's run time it snowed cost. So I think this is something that you seen Grown very organically we don't have to do a whole lot to support the organization. This is something people just around with in the medium complexity have you know after its or your other web apps that How to evolve to hire complexity various things to use a VCT and apis in fact we ourselves in our team has lots of global Solutions including our employee direct me to call Pete

we've built at on gcp leveraging. You know, what I did see Management Systems HR systems big data, so that that Pete's app can be available both on Chrome as well as on the mobile device in the last year-and-a-half two years. We've seen a demand for more intelligence contextual, you know fiction or or the barrier of Entry can use them and these apps could be you know using Cloud Technologies like the natural language processing machine learning and AI we are actually signed up

with dialogflow of it which is part of the cloud AI stock on gcp and he have about 70% Either in a POC or development stage is huge interest and a demand from the business in this area. And again the integrating with some of our big turd body systems like so it's now what day in sap as well. But today I actually want to talk about to use cases boats built with aspirin and he's actually come from a far more technical operations business operations team, which is basically manufacturing.

So this seemed actually has two manufacturing like pilot plant here in South San Francisco, and they really wanted to have a tool that enables to do something to book was planning to for both technicians to be able to plan like the next two weeks on what's in the pipeline and for management have oversight over the activities happening in these plants. And so they looked at obviously throttle body tools available. There's a cost associated with that as well. But given that are Genentech, you know prophecies are so customized to the molecules on the experiments that I've

been running these plans just to buy an off-the-shelf product wouldn't work, right and Rick Ross have on 280 but I T also add to the overhead in the sense. They need to explain 4 to get the resource explain all your business process the rules and takes time to actually deliver it to the to the to the pilot plant workers. And so Scott Lanell here with us today that the author and the person responsible for this actually is very much like some of the knowledge workers in our organization. He saw this problem and you know, he's not a computer science major

he's comes from the life sciences background. He was an internet Genentech in 2017 and dabbled in a script and along with another into on and then later on as a full-time employee took this on and build a script to address this need and I think it's a great example of what possible you know, it doesn't you don't need to wait to solve a business problem just because you don't have igtv sources, right? This is another example the same from the same team, but for a different use case where these different equipment the other five different Labs within a manufacturing

team and they have different equipment based on the rules that the people have an earlier choose to be a very tedious in a manual process people to go to the equipment. He was fine up on a Sheetz like hell when you use equipment from like, you know, 10 to 11 tomorrow right re manual process and the Ashley Dees equipment found to be booked by just anyone so they booked by the rule, you know that and so again tax prep game super handy because they could actually not only see the availability of the equipment equipment. It'll show up on on the calendar. That would be a email sent reminder pay

your equipment for the time now and they could also like saying equipment has broken that he was dating it's not working. They could just scheduled maintenance right there right to the to the stool we have cauliflower. The same team and they said, you know, we don't like to use this tool to localize that same after that used it for the German colleagues and counterparts again example of how empowering your organization and your knowledge workers to use what you know at their fingertips today and you know,

if it works at Scott's doing he even in fact Xanax with training for his team there to to help them build more. I want to leave you with some best practices, you know, obviously you're not a small company. So some of our best practices are really centered around how we can scale and support a very large organization. And the first one is the Enterprise strategy and this is not just about seeing you know technology for technology sake it's about how can we deliver platforms and services that actually meet our business. So we looked like a

223 year and see how are we positioned ourselves with the plowing capabilities with infrastructure Services application development services to enable I'm Dr. Forward because the business was relying on us to do that. And the second thing we actually really value a lot of this customer experience. So when we think of it services in the most people don't like going to be try to bundle e-services. So be looking like what does an application developer need, you know, when they come to us, what does a devops person mean? What do these

researchers need when they you know, quickly spin up applications. And so we look at how people are consuming a service. What are they telling about it? You know, what is the feedback where can we do better and continuously have the recycle with them to improve it? And then you know we have to drive is the compliance with an all the products soaps to platforms and services we provide and this is a proactive close collaboration with security bit illegal a with cord map to make sure the anything we recommend anything we say this is supported by

IIT. It's Actually complying butts Roche data and privacy standards. So essentially we are making sure that the heavy lifting is already done so that Ben and uses go, you know in the application landscape. They can actually pick a product knowing that I T has bettered it it it safe to use. The second piece is around empowering the organisation and this the first part of a Business Partnership is essential for us because of how diverse and geographically Speedo out dispersed. We are it's very important to have we call them business part it business

partners, they're basically and better than I've been in the business, but they understand the it landscape. They can connect the dots for the business. He can point them to the right people that can point them. Hey, you don't need to build this there's already a solution available for this so that it has crossed, you know sharing of ideas but also Solutions on how business can solve the problem. We also make a very concerted effort to make sure that anything that we introduced into the organization is full transparency on the road back. So there is nothing

unexpected or a surprise, right? So we make sure that they have are sounding boards with our stakeholders and customers and don't lie. We also have user adoption services RI Spread across who are archaea channels and communicating new changes that are coming in a pipeline to all of the other users. We also ran a lot of Pilots. Because he wants the organization to be prepared for change. We make sure that for example, you know, whether it's team drive or it was Hangouts meet right or the new,

you know, docs API things like that that are coming to be open this up run pilots in orchester main give Early Access to developers so that they are prepared for changes that they need to make in their applications or in their you know, any work and end. This actually gives us the Early Access to their feedback and we've been actually lucky to have really great partnership with Google to funnel that feedback back into the product teams so that you know, this feedback goes there early and often and you know, they actually know what doesn't work for us and would work for us. And the last thing

is that I'm learning. So I think this is this is also very critical of special technology is changing their new emerging Technologies coming where you know our business and Rit. He's actually dropping off so we don't hackathons. In fact for Tillerman just had a procuress on 285. This is really to say, let's bring our talk to 3 business problems here. Let's get a team of developers ux business analyst all of us come together and let's try and solve this in like maybe one or two days. Right? And this is a great way to understand

you're you're pushing the limits of the apis available. You're pushing the limits of like, how can you address this problem? Can we address this problem? Are we too early should be another and request more from the product team and come back to this later. This really gives us the cycle of understanding and learning how to be prepared to do it in fraction. The part about learning is definitely knowledge sharing again. We are huge or heavy users of Google plus communities. I can tell you that, you know, a lot of

Google Plus users rely. In fact, I met Scott to one of these communities is that I just posted something on a script and you know Scott responded. So there is lots and lots of people that are connecting with each other sharing learning sharing like even their failures like he just didn't work for me. Has anyone else tried this right? And so these nuts what communities are ones there? A lot of folks rely on them for you learning and understanding what's going on the organization for specific subject and then centers of excellence. We have experts in specific

domains. For example, G Suite app development API integration, you know now have one on conversational platforms. So what we do is we look at them emerging technology in the business demand and say he need a set of experts on these technologies that are ready to jump into projects in to help the business when they need and so there is hand to advise and guide our business as need be so if you're still learning, obviously, this is this is not set in stone. We are learning and adopting and we are continuing to do this to fulfill the need that you know, basically address what are

patients need next and wait. I want to turn it off to somebody. Thank you. All right. Thank you Monica. What I'm going to do is I'm going to talk about the future Fab developments on the key trends that at least we see and we hope that you see the same way. So a few things right so you can look at any productivity platform bite everybody provides the standard mechanism that the same way of sending mails calendar charts writing dogs have seats and things like that

or phone number to leave received three different in a market Prancer take trans, which is going to impact this far to Des Peres the next 5 to 10 years ago stream. The first thing that we see is we have now capability to understand the user context what I mean by that so everybody has a mobile device. So at any point in time systems know where you are. I'm depending on where you are. The experience can be customized. So that is another context an example of the context the second thing that you know, the systems are go. Today is capturing

the uses patents what I mean by that is how you do your work. The assistants know how you're doing that work. So things can be customized as well. For example, if you're always in awe off lining something in other systems can know and you know best I know how when you are doing it we can take action some that and the third thing that happens is when like when you go to a new organization the way to learn about that particular organization is you go and ask people the knowledge in the organization is there in people's head start the tribal knowledge. Would it be

better for you to know in a systematic way? There are some people who have tried this using surfing a structured data analysis, but given the fact that he know today we have this knowledge scattered across different exchanges different email exchange different dogs a way to synthesize that knowledge will become important and that's what you're calling Enterprise knowledge using this tree. You can put in chili categorized experience that I go to come into three broad categories. I called this experience knowledge visibility and process automation. Does it

give you an idea what I'm talking about? Like if you drive any new car today what you can see is that is the blind spot detection in most of the car. What is that doing? It's helping you drive better. It's providing an assistive capabilities on driving. You can see the same pattern emerged and software so you can look at a chat. Right and the moment subject I'm saying you just do some options based on the context. And what does that helps USPS on a mobile device? It helps you give a response which is relevant to assisting you in responding right? You can see that if you have used Gmail

Auto Compass the same kind of mechanism. Bring that to the platform so that you can use that or the knowledge workers can use that to build a system experiences. The nickname would have talked about is this whole idea of Enterprise knowledge now with a structured data, you can go to your analytics system and no for example who the best customer is and easy being spoken to by the best customer service representative in your organization. Who is the expert in a particular area with Enterprise knowledge for you to like without

having any structure and let us know who is expert and who do we reach out to if you need some help Israel things like in a 401k or anything of that sort the think about it when an average workers pin 20% of the time if you said that instead of walking for 5 days, you're working for four days. That's 20% and or you can use that do your 20% project High whichever way you look at it. I'll help you do that. The third thing I'm going to talk about is automation. This year's kiss every all of us go through we want we want to have a discussion and we want to

have a chat. And what happens is we having a before we know we have 5 or 10 email a charge gets exchanged before we set up a meeting. The system recognizes that suggest you some time slots by looking at your calendar and your availability and then you click just one click and the meeting is set up not only that patient conversation maybe instead of the agenda figure out which of the document that are important than our taxes. To the calendar invite all these things will be possible by automating processes in task and you will see most of the productivity Improvement and then

shooting developer Tools in captured this tree plants. Naruto the final six and what's new in G Suite I want to talk about three things. So we are launching a new add-ons platform. I don't have been there for a long time. But we are going to do a new Adams Platinum water will help you do is. Instead of driving an add-on for each of the desert apps you write Advanced. I need what's a cross in all the different juice with dabs. It will have that user context and you can have the customers use of context to make the management is your uniform

experience across the street instead of turn off bar. The second thing that we are announcing today is Alpha data connectors. So what this means is most of you as you try to move your workload to Cloud you have this hybrid scenario where you want the cloud to work with your on Prime system. What we're doing is we are integrating seeds with the on-prem relational data store you have on your on Perimeter Center. This could be SQL Server. This could be article. This could be my CPL we can have all the data coming to see it and be used in

seats and you can have that in a hybrid experience. The third thing I'm going to talk about an ounce today is what do you call in G Suite Marketplace security Assessment program the DSM Marketplace. It has more than 6000 apps as was talked about it because very very challenging for people to know which verbs to rely on which apps not rely on and it's a big challenge fragment. We have partnered with something industry-leading security analyst and the publisher of this apps. They can go and a half that I have security assist and the depositors will I send them a

bath then that becomes easy for the administrator to facilitate you are buying process, but your feedback is super important is the gift for us. So I please provide the feedback and that'll help us improve the system.

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