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Microsoft to spend £2m in UK for e-business training


Microsoft have announced that they are to spend approximately £2m over the next few months in training for e-business courses in the UK. This training will be aimed at the technical aspects of using the .NET enterprise servers that were announced at the beginning of October.

As there will be a lack of IT skills in the market to support these technologies, Microsoft have decided to help companies in their quest to implement and support e-business projects and by offering training in this weak area should hopefully address these shortages in IT.

Microsoft will be making use of approved training centres such as Pygmalion, Aris and QA Training and the key areas addressed will be:

  • messaging skills on the Exchange 2000 system,
  • building effective web-sites including courses on SML, Microsoft Biz Talk and Commerce server 2000,
  • data storage and database technologies on the SQL 2000 platform.

Microsoft state that this is not a new initiative on their behalf but have been offering training in weak areas over the past few years as and when the need arises.


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