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In this episode of The K-12 Tech Experience, Jake Kasowski is joined by ManagedMethods Product Specialist, Charles Mogen, to discuss Google's new policy changes for Workspace for Education customers. The policy changes go into effect for existing customers on July 1, 2022, and are already in effect for new Google for Education customers starting January 1, 2022.
Take a listen to hear tips on how you and your school district can better manage your Google Workspace for Education storage. You will also hear how ManagedMethods helps school districts manage files and storage in Google Workspace in Education.
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(03:15) - Charles discusses the nuances of the storage limits for each edition of Google Workspace for Education (Fundamentals, Standard, Teaching and Learning Upgrade, Education Plus)
(06:28) - Do suspended users count toward your storage limit?
(08:33) - The file types within Google Workspace contribute toward the storage limit.
(10:09) - What happens if school districts do exceed their storage limits?
(12:08) - The license of Google Workspace for Education that K-12 school districts are using most.
(13:08) - Other options K-12 school districts have if they need more storage but want to stay at the Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals edition.
(14:10) - How K-12 school districts can see how much storage they are currently using.
(15:16) - The file types Charles sees K-12 school districts store that should be removed from their Google Drive / Shared Drives storage?
(17:38) - How the ManagedMethods platform helps K-12 school districts augment what can be done in Google Admin Console.
(20:19) - Charles's demo of the ManagedMethods platform.