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Latin American educators go for Google

 Anhanguera Educational (Anhanguera Educacional Participações S.A), the largest private educational network in Latin America, has chosen Google Apps for Business for its 310,000 students, administrators and staff.
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Anhanguera Educational (Anhanguera Educacional Participações S.A), the largest private educational network in Latin America, has chosen Google Apps for Business for its 310,000 students, administrators and staff. The move to Apps will help students prepare to use 100% web tools like Gmail and Google Docs in a business context when they graduate.
Read more at Google Apps for Business website.

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