Now Available – Local Zimbra Training from our Zimbra Certified Training Partners!

By | April 15, 2014

Back in January, we announced that Zimbra 8.x training, taught by our Zimbra staff, was open for enrollment. We are still offering this training throughout the year, but now you also have the option to receive Zimbra Certified Training from our worldwide Zimbra Certified Training Partners!

By enrolling in a course from one of our regional Zimbra Certified Training Partners, you can be assured that you are receiving the best Zimbra training from trusted and certified trainers. Our certified partners use Zimbra’s in-depth, hands-on and field-proven training materials to teach Zimbra Collaboration 8.x System Administration courses locally across the globe. And as an added plus, many of our Zimbra Certified Training Partners offer the training in local languages.

Wondering what a Zimbra Collaboration 8.x System Administration course entails? It is an in-depth, 3-day, hands-on session that covers everything you need to know about installing, managing, and maintaining your Zimbra Collaboration deployment. This course covers basic administration, plus the advanced administration functions and configuration of a multi-node Zimbra Collaboration architecture. View a complete course description here.

Sound like something you are interested in? Visit this link to see a calendar of upcoming Zimbra Collaboration 8.x System Administration courses provided by Zimbra Certified Training Partners, including:

- Inova (Brazil)
- SYNC (Ecuador and Costa Rica)

- StarXpert (Paris, France)
- VNC (Zug, Switzerland)
- Seacom (Milano and Pisa, Italy)
- In-Tuition (London, UK)
- Quer Systems (Spain)

Click on a partner above to register today!


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