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LTech Launches Power Panel for Google Apps

Submitted by on 2 October, 2020 – 4:33 am
LTech (www.ltech.com), which specializes in products and services that connect to the cloud business, has launched a new product that provides advanced IT administration and end-users the ability to Google Apps (www.google. com / apps).

According to the announcement Wednesday LTech, Power Panel for Google Apps is hosted on Google App Engine platform of clouds and is installed directly in the domain of an organization to Google Apps, offering a perfect integration into the dashboard of Google Apps administrator without any additional server or software requirements.

“We are very pleased to see Google Apps LTech expand and bring this additional functionality to administrators” Google Enterprise Google Apps partner lead Scott McMullan said in a statement. “By offering Power Panel on App Engine, integrated into the control panel of Google Apps, customers get a familiar experience to help them manage more effectively with Google Apps.

LTech Power Panel Google Apps may delegate the duties of common IT administrator to support and help desk staff, you change the email settings such as forwarding and vacation messages, and manage users nicknames. You can contact management features shared Extended user provisioning and group management, macros and scripts to provide global accounts, and full registration in the Google App Engine Dashboard. Its extensible platform also paves the way for new modules and customizations LTech and other solution providers of Google Apps.

Power Panel for the development of Google Apps’ was driven by the needs of LTech Google Apps customers, according to LTech founder and chief technology officer Ed Laczynski. “Power Panel extends the Google Apps platform provides enhanced features to support teams who manage Google Apps each day,” Laczynski said in a statement. “For example, power panel is much easier for an administrator to configure email settings from a user forward, requiring less effort from the end user. Our goal is to make the day to day administration and easy to use Google Apps. ”

The new application will help many web hosts to tap useful suite of Google Apps, which has been at least partially, overcome by the insistence of Google using the Python programming language.

With prices starting at $ 3 per user, per year, Power Panel for Google Apps Google Apps Premier or Education Edition requires, with Administrator access and the Google App Engine SDK. There is also Google Apps Partner Edition for ISPs compatible version, providing integrated management of customer account and provisioning. for customers of Google Apps Premier Edition.

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