Google’s Autocad and Lync training courses now available for download
Google is adding a new set of training courses to its Autocada platform that will be available for free to those who sign up for an “Autocad Training” account.
Google said the new set will be part of its new “Lync Training” series of online training courses that will also be available in the U.S. on June 30.
The new Autocacad Training courses, which are being developed by the company, will be offered through a new Lync Training platform, called Lync.com, that Google announced earlier this year.
Google has previously made it easy to create a Lync account, with the company offering Lync-enabled training courses for free.
However, there’s no way to use Lync’s new Lsync Training app to get training.
Training courses for the Lync Autocamp series are also available through Google’s Lync App, a service that lets users use Google Cloud Platform services to manage their own personal Lync accounts.
Autocamps are available for both iOS and Android devices, and are available to those with a free Google Cloud account, though those who want the premium services will have to pay.
The Lync app will be released alongside the new Lynx Training, which will be powered by Google Cloud Services, according to Google.
The “Lynx training” apps will be similar to the Lsyncs offered by other popular online training platforms like Udemy, Udemy Plus, and Udemy Premium.
Lync also announced earlier today that it will be partnering with Lync to make the Autocacs a part of Google Cloud.
This is a big deal for Lync, which is also one of the fastest-growing companies in the Lsync space, with over 15,000 employees worldwide.