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Fast Lane expands Palo Alto certification training

Expansion to cover the African continent

Fast Lane expands Palo Alto certification training
Miskulnig says the company is pleased to expand its relationship with Palo Alto Networks in Africa.

Fast Lane Computer Consultancy, an IT consultancy and training provider in the Middle East and Africa region, has expanded its territory coverage for Palo Alto Networks, to add Africa to its existing Middle East markets.

Fast Lane already has a solid base providing the latest training on a range of vendor products and technologies to local and international companies in Africa. With the addition of Palo Alto Networks to its portfolio, the IT training provider is ensuring the training delivery is in line with the company's plans to build on its global technical services and training expertise.

Under the new plans, Fast Lane will offer Palo Alto Networks' complete certification training programmes in four locations namely Dubai, Riyadh, Kenya and Nigeria.

"We are pleased to expand on our relationship with Palo Alto Networks and play an integral role in the delivery of training in the Middle East and Africa Region," said Josef Miskulnig, founder and CEO, Fast Lane. "Together we can ensure our clients are equipped with optimal solutions to help them grow competitively in their markets, advance their skills and differentiate their value and expertise." he added.

With its next-generation security platform, Palo Alto Networks is leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling applications and preventing cyber attacks for thousands of organisations around the world.

Any channel partner interested in registering for a class or obtaining more information can email training@flane.com or visit Fast Lane's training webpage www.flane.ae.

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