New Google Apps admin app for Android announced
If you or your company uses Google Apps, or you’re an IT admin of sorts with a company or client who does, chances are you’re fully aware of how much of a pain management of users can be while on the run.
Now, Google has announced the new mobile Admin app. Just two weeks after the SDK was released to developers, the new app will allow admins to use their Android phone or tablet to accomplish the most common tasks—such as quickly adding or suspending users, resetting passwords, managing group memberships, and directly calling or emailing specific users.
The app is currently available through Google Play (link below)
[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.enterprise.cpanel” variation=”blue”]Google Admin (download from Play Store)[/download_link]
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