New iPhone training course aims at IT pros

Business netwok integration a feature

Apple Reseller Designwyse Australia has launched what it claims is the first technical iPhone training course for IT professionals.

The one day, "hands-on" course, titled iPhone Integration, has been designed for IT professionals working in small businesses and enterprises.

Working with the Apple iPhone and PCs, attendees learn how to set-up and deploy the phone across corporate networks.

Course instructor Michael Wanda said the course has been designed for IT managers, network managers and systems administrators who need to know the "nuts and bolts" of installing iPhones across their network - from Active Directory set-up, to security and remote wipe issues.

Designwyse director Robert Kloester said the company sees the iPhone as one of the leading growth markets for Apple Australia in the business sector.

"As a result, we have quickly moved to fill a niche in the market, for iPhone business training," he said.

Course dates are scheduled for November and December 2008. More information is available at www.designwyse.com.au.

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