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Synergyse launches free Google Apps training for the Admin Console

TORONTO, Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Synergyse Training today announced the expansion of its Google Apps training suite with the launch of free Google Apps Admin Console lessons. The interactive training is specifically designed to help Google Apps administrators at corporate and educational organizations make the most of Google Apps.

Synergyse interactive training is layered on top of the Google Apps Admin Console interface and is accompanied by audio, text and visual cues. It can be accessed by installing the app directly from the Synergyse website. Google Apps Admin Console training includes over 50 free lessons that span a wide range of topics, including: Admin Console, Users, Organizations, Admin Roles, Services, Google Apps Services, Groups, Device and Mobile Management, Reports and Alerts, Security, Domains, and additional features.

Mr. Varun Malhotra, Founder and CEO at Synergyse comments, "We're excited to offer this latest addition to our Google Apps training suite. The Admin Console set of lessons will equip administrators with in depth Google Apps knowledge to help boost productivity at their organizations."

Synergyse also provides a comprehensive set of interactive training for Google Apps (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Sites, Docs, Sheets and Slides).

About Synergyse Training
Synergyse is an interactive training system for Google Apps. It's an easy way for businesses and schools to improve productivity with user-friendly, guided instruction inside Google Apps. Our mission is to teach the world how to use Google Apps. To discover our interactive, measurable and scalable Google Apps training system, please visit: www.synergyse.com and read our blog at http://blog.synergyse.com

SOURCE Synergyse Training Inc

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