ILM Training in Mississauga, Ontario Canada

Discussion in 'Server Security' started by Brian Komar, Oct 11, 2007.

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    Announcing the First Public ILM 2007 CLM Training Event

    IdentIT Inc. is pleased to invite you to attend the world's first public
    offering the ILM 2007 CLM course. IdentIT Inc. developed this training
    course under contract to Microsoft in order to train internal Microsoft
    employees on how to design, deploy, and support the ILM 2007 CLM component.
    Now for the first time, you can attend the same training that has been
    delivered to internal Microsoft employees, TAP members, and selected ILM
    2007 partners.

    When: November 13th through November 16th, 2007. The training will run from
    9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Please plan on arriving no later than 8:30 AM on the
    first day.

    Where: Microsoft Canada's Head Office
    1950 Meadowvale Boulevard
    Mississauga, Ontario
    L5N 8L9

    Cost: $2000.00 CAD plus 6% Goods and Services Tax per student

    Register: Register now at You will be
    required to fill out a form with your contact information. Once you submit
    the form you will be transferred to the PayPal web site in order to submit
    your payment. Payment can be made with PayPal if you have an account, or
    with any major credit card accepted by PayPal (details are on the PayPal web
    Note: If you need to via with a purchase order or a company cheque (no
    personal cheques will be accepted) please do not register at the URL above.
    Send email to with your details.

    The course will be delivered by Paul Adare and Brian Komar, the two
    principals behind IdentIT Inc. and the authors of the course. Paul and Brian
    bring a wealth of real world experience with CLM to the classroom and the
    feedback from students from previous private deliveries has been

    This training will fill up quickly so please do not delay your registration.
    If you have any questions, please send email to .

    Brian Komar, Oct 11, 2007
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