In this chapter, we learned how to configure several core Workspace services. Configuring them the right way is critical not only for an optimal user experience but also for enhanced security. The security for users in a domain starts with proper configuration in the Cloud Identity system, and Context-Aware Access sets the stage for it perfectly. Single sign-on capabilities enable users to sign into multiple services with a single credential set, which aids in a simplified user experience. Password monitoring allows users to protect themselves from not reusing their passwords, thus improving the security posture for their domains.
Next, we talked about important Workspace services and the different options the administrators and users of these services have to make them their own. Gmail has in-depth security configurations that keep users' inboxes free of spam, spoofing, phishing, and other fraudulent attack vectors that users could easily fall prey to.