Google Apps step up Security

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Google aims to boost the security of the Premier, Education and Government editions of its Apps suite with a two-factor phone authentication process. After entering a name and password, the user is sent a special code via cellphone. That code must be entered in order to access the account. Google intends to roll the feature out to the standard version of Apps soon, and users can opt to turn off the two-factor process.

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