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Integration of Google’s ‘G-Suite’ into Hanyang Mail
Yoon Hee-jae  |  heejaeyoon@hanyang.ac.kr
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[345호] 승인 2020.03.03  
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Starting this year, the old Hanyang mail system is transforming into what is called “Cloud Hanyang Mail”. The Information Development Team (IDT) at Hanyang University proudly introduced this new mail system to all users. Cloud Hanyang Mail is the integration of Google’s ‘G-Suite’ into all Hanyang mail accounts ending with @ hanyang.ac.kr. Users now have access to all services included in G-Suite such as Gmail, Google Drive, Google Hangouts, Google Calendar, and more. The system is equally provided for all students, professors, and staff members at Hanyang. According to Gang Gio, the Team Leader at IDT, the new system is expected to be more convenient and safer for users. He stated, “Whereas the previous mailbox capacity was only 500MB, it is now unlimited. In addition, the two-step verification login system provides the highest level of security. This means fewer spam mails and more protection of the users’ personal information.” Gang added that there are two main reasons why this transformation was necessary. The first is the need to provide an IT environment for digital literacy within school. While some might find this change inconvenient, there was a strong voice requiring technological development. The second is the improvement of online security. Integrating into Google’s platform, which has gained different methods of security over the years, would be beneficial. Hanyang mail users can now either switch their previous Hanyang mail to G Suite Gmail on HY-in portal or create a new account. For more details, users can visit the official Cloud Hanyang Mail website at http://gsuite.hanyang.ac.kr, or http://gsuite-en.hanyang.ac.kr for English. Officially adopted on January 7, 2020, Hanyang Cloud Mail is also accepting feedback via e-mail (gsuite@ hanyang.ac.kr) or phone (02-2220-1417).

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