Google Enables Change Management with its Cloud Applications

Google Enables Change Management with its Cloud Applications

Organizations using Google Apps can now access Apps Training from Boost eLearning within the Google Universal Navigation Bar.

Boost eLearning is a Google Referred Training partner and its course, Version Now is 100% web based. This course is touted as the ideal method for delivering effective change management.

This is made possible by the recent addition of Apps Training to the Google Apps Marketplace cloud applications.

Google Apps Marketplace works as Google’s online storefront for Google Apps products and services.

Google Apps Training has been developed to effective performance support and includes a course on Gmail, Calendar, and Docs, Sites to be added in Q2 of 2011.

According to Boost eLearning, Google Apps Training includes courses on Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Google Sites. Users can access all these from the One Google Bar with Single Sign-On for on-demand training that can be deployed from the Google Apps Marketplace.

The training is continuously updated based on Boost eLearning’s Version Now policy in order to stay current as Google Apps develops.

Boost eLearning notes that currently more than 3 million businesses are using the Google Apps Marketplace to discover, purchase and deploy integrated business applications and related professional services.

Boost eLearning is committed to bringing the power of cloud computing to all Google Apps users who require training when Going Google from legacy applications, so integrating with Google Apps was a logical choice for us,” said Victor Alhadeff, company CEO. “By adding Apps Training from Boost eLearning to the Google Apps Marketplace, Boost eLearning has made it extremely easy for Google Apps customers to get a powerful end user training web application that works seamlessly with their messaging and collaboration platform. The course is “Version Now” with updates automatically appearing in the course to keep current with major product updates from Google for Google Apps.”

By Anuradha Shukla

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