While there are great uses for Google Sites, such as a company intranet or a project site shared with a client, using the service does require putting a lot of power in the hands of your users.
It’s important to consider who should have access to creating and editing sites. You may not want any employee to be able to create a website with your company’s name on it.
In order to manage these settings, you can delegate access through the Admin Console or you can use third party tools to get a more granular view into how sites are being managed/shared and edit sites visibility and access by user or in bulk.
Frequently Asked Questions
Google Sites is a web page creation tool that Google offers as a part of Google Apps. Sites allows users with no knowledge of how to build a website to quickly and easily build websites and share information.
Google Sites can be used for nearly anything. A few common uses are a company intranet, a project site shared with clients, a project wiki, but there are many more possible uses for Sites.