Manage Google Identities from Cloud Directory
Integrate your Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) instance with your cloud directory platform, and unify identities across Google resources, applications, infrastructure, networks, and devices. Fully manage your Google identities from JumpCloud.
Extend Unified Identities to All Resources
With JumpCloud at the center of your environment, extend unified identities not only to Google Workspace but also Mac, Windows, and Linux devices, web and legacy applications, infrastructure, and networks.
Complete Google Lifecycle Management from JumpCloud
Use an API-level integration between JumpCloud and Google Workspace to synchronize identities between the two platforms. Then, manage Google users and distribution groups directly from the JumpCloud console — rather than navigating between the two.
Secure Google Identities with Cloud Directory
Centrally grant and revoke Google and other resource access from your cloud directory platform. Configure and manage devices and layer multi-factor authentication at access points to increase security as users log in and work.
Comparing JumpCloud and Google Cloud Identity
|JumpCloud||Google Cloud Identity|
|Import Google contacts and group|
|Customize team or groups|
|Security Settings for Windows, Mac, and Linux|
|Extend identities to RADIUS|
IT Admins on G2 Crowd Agree
JumpCloud is the easiest to use and highest rated cloud directory on G2.
We switched ESP's this year and with jumpcloud we're able to manage a G Suite directory and Azure AD in one place. That's a really cool benefit during employee onboardings and offboardings.
We love the lower cost of ownership, and ease of use so we don't have to spend time making configuration changes. No reliance on hardware makes it easier to manage both on-site and off-site workers. We now can allow users to manage a single username and password across their PC logins, G Suite, Office 365, RADIUS wifi access, and just about everything else.
Instead of setting up different user account on their computer, gsuite, and Microsoft 365 accounts, I just need to set it up once and it will use the same credentials for all their accounts.