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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

1st Intell makes debut

1st Intell IT Solution Limited has made its debut with the opening of office at Magodo axis of Lagos.

Managing Director, 1st Intell IT Solution Limited, Mr. Niyi Omotoyinbo said that the new entrant situated along CMD in Ikosi/Isheri area of Lagos, has finally opened shop to offer a concentrated Information Technology (IT) solution designed for developing professionals.

He also said that the company is part of the core competencies in the delivery of technical and non-technical training services through its learning solution team. “The team is made up of certified consultant trainers that posses hands-on-experience in the technology they deliver,” he said.

Mr. Omotoyinbo further said his firm is championing trend in providing latest Microsoft offerings including Windows Servers 2008 and Visual B25K 08, even as 1st Intell IT is in partnership with Microsoft.

He added that his firm has within the last three months trained well over 40 delegates across different organizations in readiness for the Windows Server 2008.

These organizations, he said, have remained market leaders in their respective industry including Zenith Bank Plc, FEMB, Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) among others.

Champion Infotel recalls that Microsoft fortnight ago launched its Windows Server 2008 in the country with a target of about 80,000 professionals expected to optimise the new solution within the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, which has about 79 countries.

Microsoft also said that Windows Server 2008 comes with in-built web and virtualisation technologies that afford users to increase their reliability and flexibility of their server infrastructure.

These features include enhancing security in any organisation where it is deployed and save time, reduce costs and provide a platform for a dynamic and optimised data centre.

Additionally, the in-built web application in the Windows Server 2008 has a service-oriented architecture, which gives users the ability to deliver rich web-based experiences efficiently and effectively.

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