Your email is definitely valuable to you, and ensure that safe and always available is being held, is important to us. And, when you do your usual day reading, writing and checking messages, there are a lot of security measures that run in the background to keep your email secure and there when you need it.
And from now on, Gmail will always use an encrypted HTTPS connection, if check or by e-mail. Gmail has HTTPS support and the day started in 2010 by default HTTPS. Today’s change means that no one can listen to your messages as they back and forth between you and the server, regardless of whether you are public WiFi Gmail or log in from your computer, phone or tablet.
In addition, each unique e-mail message gets send or receive 100% of them will be encrypted as it moves internally. This ensures that your messages are safe not only when they. Between the user and the Gmail server, but also when moving between data centers, we have some Google a priority after revelations last summer.
Of course, the possibility of your e-mail access is as important as it is safe and secure. In 2013, Gmail was available 99.978% of the time, with an average of less than two hours after the interruption for a user throughout the year. Our engineering experts, the 24×7 with Google services and if ever a problem occurs, is on the case immediately. We’ll keep you by posting updates on the Apps Status Dashboard, until the problem is solved and always perform a full analysis of the problem in order to avoid information in the future.
Our commitment to the safety and reliability of the e-mail is absolute, and we are constantly working on ways to improve.