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Lagos hosts data centre training for IT managers

24 February 2014, 06:22

Abuja - Information technology managers in the country are poised to benefit from a data centre design and audit seminar a local technology firm is organising in partnership with a United Kingdom-based company.

KITS Technologies is organising the training session that will be held on March 1 at the Sheraton Hotel in Lagos.

The event will be hosted in partnership with UK’s data centre infrastructure and technology firm, Capitoline LLP.

KITS Technologies said that seminar would afford IT Managers deep insights into the latest data centre standards and best practice with full understanding of what can go wrong in a data centre if there was lack of a complete understanding of data centre design and operations.

Taofeek Okoya, KIT Technologies' director of business and strategy, said the seminar would also enlighten and broaden the knowledge of IT managers and data centre managers alike on critical actions to take to reduce drastically data centre failure.

He said part of the issues that will be addressed at the seminar, includes: Why data centre fails? Common data centre failures and how to quickly resolve.

Okoya also added that the event would be used to celebrate the success of the data centre expert qualification since it was made available in Nigeria few years back.

He hinted that the latest data centre expert qualification course would be running between February 25 and March 1 at the Sheraton Hotel.

– CAJ News


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