Trend Micro, Global Knowledge join hands

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Trend Micro joined hands with world’s leading IT Training company, Global Knowledge to impart training to all its partners and customers across Middle East and Africa. These training programs and courses will be offered to industry professionals looking to maximizing their knowledge and skills on all Trend Micro solutions, including those powered by XGen security.

“We are committed to provide our partners and customers with the right training, so that they can maximize the benefits from their Trend Micro solutions. Working with Global Knowledge, our partners and end users now have a variety of locations, dates, and delivery formats to be trained on Trend Micro solutions. In Global Knowledge, we have a company with the right requisites to offer very comprehensive training programs,” said Ihab Moawad, VP Mediterranean, Mid. East, Africa at Trend Micro.

The training courses also include hands-on and virtual practice labs featuring the relevant scenarios in server security, cloud security and small business content security.

“We are extremely proud to be working exclusively with Trend Micro here in the region, and with our regional footprint and skilled instructors, we will be able to deliver high quality training that we are committed to deliver. As a global leader in IT training, we know that we can provide the type of training that Trend Micro is looking for, while adding another layer to our existing relationship and offering the wider ecosystem with more flexible training programs and schedules,” said Wael Khattab, Managing Director, Middle East and Africa at Global Knowledge.


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