Google is offering its enterprise apps customers new tools designed to give more control and responsibility to end users, and provide greater security and confidence.
A post to the Google for Work blog said that a new dashboard view now provides an overview of all the devices that have accessed a Google account in the previous four weeks.
This will allow enterprises and end-users to spot unsolicited access much more easily, according to the firm.
"To make your job a bit easier, today we're announcing new security tools to help Google Apps users take more control of their security online," Google's director of Security on Google for Work, Eran Feigenbaum, said.
"A new Devices and Activity dashboard gives your users additional insight over the devices accessing their Google account.
"The page shows a comprehensive view of all devices that have been active on an account in the past 28 days, or are currently signed in. And in case any suspicious activity is noticed, there's a setting to immediately take steps to secure an account and change a password."
Google has also released a guide for managing Google for Work security, which it claims is easy to use and should take only "minutes" for an end user to update.
"Security in the cloud is a shared responsibility and keeping your company information secure is at the core of what we do everyday," the firm added.
"By making users more aware of their security settings and the activity on their devices, we can work together to stay a step ahead of any bad guys."
The update follows several reports about hacks on businesses and enterprises, many of which are traced back to an end-user breach or socially engineered email.
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