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Aptech launches Global Program on cloud computing

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MUMBAI, INDIA: Aptech announced the global launch of its exclusive program in cloud computing.

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The program has been designed by Vijay Mukhi, cloud evangelist, Aptech, will be rolled out in 35 countries and in phases, starting with India, Vietnam and Malaysia. The duration of the course is 40h, divided in three levels: Level 100 (16h), Level 200 (12h) and Level 300 (24h).

Ninad Karpe, CEO and MD, Aptech said, “Cloud computing is now a critical aspect of IT and many companies are looking at adopting the cloud services. The trends suggest that it is obligatory for the aspirants and existing IT professionals to understand this change. Our course, cloud computing will help to skill as well as the re-skill the IT industry both within and outside India.”

Vijay Mukhi said “Since there are different cloud models across the globe, we believe that there should be a neutral course that covers all cloud computing technologies. We will provide a homogeneous solution to the aspirants so that they are well versed with the latest technologies that exist. I am sure this course will provide students a power-packed combination which will enhance the employability of the students manifold, opening up a world of opportunities for them in this sphere.”

Companies like IBM, Microsoft and Amazon are already working full-fledged in the cloud space. Also, consumers and smaller companies are definitely going to adopt the cloud services in the near future. Therefore, for IT executive, the sooner they tune into how people in their enterprise are playing with the cloud, the better it would be.

Cloud computing will enable enterprises achieve economies of scale and agility in delivering new solutions. IDC expects spending on IT cloud services to grow almost three-fold, reaching $42 billion by 2012.