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FIRST ICT@INNOVATION LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION (LPI) TRAINING OF TRAINERS TAKES OFF IN NAIROBI

ict@innovation's first regional training of trainers course on Linux system administration has taken off in Nairobi. The training which started on Monday, 1st November, brings together about 20 participants from across the East African region, that is Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia.

Wanted: Training participants for the first Regional LPIC-1 Training of Trainers

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

First Regional Training of Trainers for Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Level 1 for East Africa (Code: LToT1)

Second Regional training of Trainers for Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Level 1 for Southern Africa (Code: LToT2)


DEADLINE OF APPLICATION:

22nd September 2010 for Eastern African participants

5th December 2010 for Southern African participants

ICT@Innovation - short news update

All over Africa information and communication technologies (ICT) are gaining increasing importance and businesses realize the need for a secure and efficient ICT infrastructure. Although many businesses still rely on proprietary software solutions, the demand for Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) solutions and support thereof is constantly on the rise. As FOSS solutions are becoming more mature and often provide the same or better functionality as their proprietary counterparts, albeit being free of licensing costs, these solutions are very attractive for the African market.

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