Technology professionals drawn from countries such as South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya will be attending GWAVACon 2013, an event consisting of three days of intense training, more than 100 breakout sessions and opportunities to network with other industry players from around the world.
The event will be held in Düsseldorf from September 28-30, and 2013 will also see delegates receive training in the latest technologies from Novell and GWAVA presented by top IT experts and engineers. It offers them an opportunity to become a Certified Professional on GWAVA solutions by attending in-depth hands-on courses.
Facilitation to the event will be done by the NETCB, a local network collaboration and compliance management specialist company which will host an organised tour from South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania to GWAVACon 2013 at special rates.
NETCB’s chief executive officer (CEO) Cobus Burgers said: “GWAVACon 2013 is the place to be for technology professionals and experts who are involved in building, deploying or maintaining IT solutions by using technologies from e.g. Novell, Microsoft, NetIQ, SUSE, GWAVA and others.
“GWAVACon offers the latest technology news, workshops and training as well as lots of fun and networking.”
The conference is aimed at system administrators and engineers that want to gain a deeper technical knowledge and insight around these technologies and also CIOs, IT directors and IT managers who want to have a better understanding on how these technologies can benefit their organisations in terms of performance and costs.
Furthermore, organisations and individuals that have no knowledge of these platforms and solutions, and want to understand how the new technologies from these organizations can benefit, improve performance and reduce costs within their current environments.