ICT Focus Courses at InfoLab21
Book now for these upcoming courses available at InfoLab21's training centre, ICT Focus.
IP Telephony & VoIP
v1.0. 24-28 November, £750.00This instructor-led course provides network engineers and systems administrators the knowledge to design and build IP Telephony solutions for the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) and Small to Medium Enterprise environment and provides hands-on practical sessions to identify with the systems.
MS2792:Implementing and Maintaining Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Integration Services
24-26 November, £450.00
This three-day instructor-led course teaches students how to implement an Integration Services solution in an organization. The course discusses how to develop, deploy, and manage Integration Services packages.
MS6416:Updating your Network Infrastructure and Active Directory Technology Skills to Windows Server 2008
15-19 December 2008, £750
This course is aimed at those who already have experience with Network Infrastructure and Active Directory technologies in Windows Server 2000 or Windows Server 2003 to upgrade their skills to Windows Server 2008.
Discounts available for InfoLab21 Associated Companies. Our prices are exempt from VAT.
For further information, please visit the ICT Focus website or call 01524 510425
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Tue 20 January 2015
The Faculty is pleased to announce that Professor Peter M Atkinson has been appointed as Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology.
Mon 05 January 2015
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Mon 05 January 2015