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Fast Lane to provide Veeam training

Fast Lane Computer Consultancy has announced a partnership with Veeam Software as its Veeam Authorized Education Center (VMAEC) for Middle East & Africa.

“Fast Lane’s success thus far is due to the solid strategic alliances we have built with our bespoke vendors.” said Josef Miskulnig, Founder & CEO of Fast Lane. “Our mission is to empower the region’s talent with the knowledge and expertise required for today’s technological challenges. Veeam Software’s architecture and product portfolio position it as an ultimate suited vendor for all virtual infrastructure management and data protection. Fast Lane is excited to partner with Veeam® Software especially at a time when virtualization market has been growing significantly.” he continued. “We are committed to deliver exceptional service and value to our customers by employing and dedicating the best technical team in the industry. Our designation as a Veeam Authorized Education Center only strengthens our portfolio and highlights our unique skill set. ”

Fast Lane will offer the VMAEC training program in 2 locations: Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This programme is designed to deliver the technical courses required for partners, customers and resellers to achieve the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) certification. The VMCE course is a technical deep-dive, with intensive hands-on exercises, to provide IT professionals with extensive knowledge of Veeam solutions covering areas including configuration, features, functionality and deployment. The VMCE certification is documented proof that an engineer possesses the necessary level of expertise to correctly implement and configure Veeam Software solutions.


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