1 - Getting Started with G Suite Administration
Topic A: Create a G Suite AccountTopic B: Navigate the Admin Console
2 - Managing User Accounts
Topic A: Create and Modify User AccountsTopic B: Use System Roles to Delegate Duties to UsersTopic C: Remove and Restore User AccountsTopic D: Manage User Passwords
3 - Using Organizational Units
Topic A: Create Organizational UnitsTopic B: Manage G Suite Services with Organizational Units
4 - Configuring Drive Storage and Sharing
Topic A: Configure Drive Storage SettingsTopic B: Configure Drive Sharing
5 - Managing Mail Routing, Delivery, and Filtering
Topic A: Configure Mail Routing and DeliveryTopic B: Manage Blacklists and WhitelistsTopic C: Filter Messages Based on Compliance SettingsTopic D: Migrate to G Suite Mail
6 - Working with Google Groups
Topic A: Create and Modify GroupsTopic B: Manage Group SecurityTopic C: Share Content Using GroupsTopic D: Use a Collaborative Inbox
7 - Administering Calendars and Resources
Topic A: Create and Share a Group CalendarTopic B: Delegate Calendar AccessTopic C: Create and Manage Calendar Resources
8 - Configuring and Securing Mobile Devices
Topic A: Set Up Google Mobile ManagementTopic B: Secure Mobile Devices
9 - Using Reporting Tools
Topic A: Use Admin Console ReportsTopic B: Use Audit LogsTopic C: Troubleshoot Mail Issues
10 - Managing Domain Security and Authentication
Topic A: Manage G Suite Domain SecurityTopic B: Configure 2-Step Verification
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is designed for business users or IT professionals who need to set up and administer a G Suite domain by creating and managing users, organizational units, groups, calendars, shared resources, and mobile devices. Managing mail routing and delivery, configuring G Suite apps and services, monitoring account activity and apps usage, and maintaining security are included to facilitate communication and collaboration in a secure environment.
To ensure your success in this course, you should have experience with using a web browser, such as Google Chrome™, and using G Suite. Knowledge of domain administration terminology will be helpful, but not a requirement. You should be familiar with working in a cloud-based productivity suite, such as G Suite.