Google Unit of Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has recently declared its new training scheme for its Apps for Work online that will make training of staff easier.
It’s a cooperating tutorial experience that is made right into the group that performs like a ‘virtual coach’ to give assistance to users about how to do and what to do when IT staff are not available.
The Alphabet Inc (GOOG)’s Google unit training system is made of different modules that facilitate both text-based and voice-based searches and is completely searchable. This system covers all bits and pieces of Google like Drive, Calendar, Gmail as well as social network Google+.
The training components are also available in different languages like German, Japanese, French and Chinese and not just in English. A research done by Google to analyse the effects of this training system showed that implementation of Google Apps is approximately 35% higher than before by employees of companies which used the system.
In addition to this, The Virginia Information Technologies Agency (also known as VITA) has signed a deal with Tempus Nova, a company that specializes in implementations of Alphabet Inc’s owned Google Apps. According to the contract, the firm will assist the state begin using everything from Gmail to Google Drive, other than the Google’s mobile device management service.
Virginia’s chief information officer, Nelson Moe, said in a statement, “This new contract will allow us to deliver agile technology services for the commonwealth and can provide significant savings opportunities.”
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