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    Global Open Versity (GOV) mission is to foster high-value job-skills targeted education centered on innovative experiential eLearning that meets the needs of diverse student populations, their employers, societies and communities. Adapting programs to an ever-changing global economy & technologies; equip & facilitate critical thinking, collaboration and leadership by integrating adaptive academic theory with education best-practice. The Global Open Versity is inclusive and will provide access to students beyond traditional classroom walls, while being respectful of and responsive to diverse learning styles and culture. We provide a global, mobile, innovative, and highly competitive experiential educational format, giving students flexible options that fit today’s global workplace and suit today's diverse lifestyle – enabling students to realize their educational needs and career goals – at a pace & place that suits student’s hectic lifestyle – anytime anyplace anywhere.

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  • HPCCTR – High Performance Compute Cluster Technology Research

    Oscar Cluster is a high-performance compute cluster set up at Global Open Versity Virtual Labs. It merits a distinction of being one of the best open source HPC cluster that can be deployed easily using Linux powered PCs. OSCAR (Open Source Cluster Application Resource) software offers high-performance super-computing power at a very affordable price. It enables virtually any person with minimal computer skills to transform several standard computers into a virtual super-computer. Oscar was set up at our labs as a part of the ongoing research activity in the field of parallel computing at the institute. The primary purpose of the cluster is to learn parallel computation and its applications. Oscar Cluster is a HPC cluster initially consisting of 2 nodes but is easily scalable depending on the computing needs. It was set up to learn parallel computation and its applications. Some computationally-intensive operations like matrix multiplication, brute-force attack for breaking of DES and parallel searching and sorting algorithms can be easily implemented on Oscar Cluster.

  • CAREC - Objectives:
    CAREC membership is for people who are interested to pursue career & research in the world of advance information security from cryptography, IT security, Cyber-security. Cryptography (or cryptology) is the practice and study of hiding information. In modern times, cryptography is considered a branch of both mathematics and computer science, and is affiliated closely with information theory, computer security, and engineering and more so data protection. But it’s now, more closely referred to as experimental mathematics. Other will also facilitate training in basics of number theory & its application to cryptography. History & key advances in private key (DES, AES etc.) & public key (RSA, ECC, ElGamal, DSA etc.) cryptosystems and algorithms. Steganography; Message Digest, Authentication, Digital Signature & Certificate; Data encryption and security. Possible attacks on crypto-algorithms. Best practices: SOX, HIPPA, PIPEDA, etc. Trends & future of cryptosecuriy. The overall goal is to seek deep understanding on how best to cryptography & cybersecurity tools to best plan, design, implement & sustain cybersecurity protection against current sustained attacks from cybercriminals and cryptanalysts. PREREQ: Advance computing and Mathematics. Willing to share and contribute research time, papers & articles.

  • CARES - Objectives:
    CARES membership is for people who are interested to pursue fundamental research clean energy by successfully bridging the four pillars of human needs sustainable existence: socio-economic-energy-environmental inter-relationships. Perform R&D in Bioenergy, Wind, Solar & Energy architectural efficient built environment. Today, the easily identified forms of energy are fossil fuels, chemical (fuels) and mechanical (hydro) energy. The main forms of energy that has been in use for a long time is fossil fuel and thereafter nuclear energy. The utilization of these forms of energy has environmental restrictions, poor planning and political indifference. Apart from this, there is the reality of depleting limited energy resources. There is also this eagerness by the less technological oriented countries to improve their people’s standards of living and they recognize energy as being a necessary ingredient. This natural desire for energy use for socio-economics development has put added strains on the global available resources, a characteristic of industrialized & newly industrialized countries, thereby creating worldwide environmental pollution problem with severe consequences on climatic change. PREREQ: Willing to share and contribute research time, papers, policy docs & articles. Dissemination of solutions to: UN, governments, energy industries and communities on best practices of energy use.

  • EEM401 - Course Objective

    Future and Trends in Energy use and Sustainable Development; Energy and Environment; Energy Policy; Energy, Climate, Architecture and Human comfort; Fossil Fuels versus Biofuels; Bio-energy resources, Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Fuel cell and Microhydros-Power. PREREQ: EE400, PHYS102.

  • EEM400 - COURSE OUTLIINE

    This course is an in-depth analysis of the technical, economics and political status and potential of renewable energy technologies and environmental systems (REES). The course covers solar, wind, biomass, hydro (small scale), fuel cell energy systems, Nuclear energy, and integrates theoretical and applied understanding, and the policy decisions and context for current and future energy infrastructure. Distributed generation, international development, Integrated Renewable Energy Systems, Integrated energy and environment, Energy-climate change, Renewable Energy and Architecture (Built-environment), Future and trends in global energy use, and the Energy Laboratory (Lab techniques). This course is an integrated program that starts with the fundamentals of REES and quickly moves to cover advanced applied R&D solutions.

  • PHY101 - Course Description:

    This course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts necessary for physics & engineering sciences and provides essential background for first year physics & engineering students. This course deals with Classical Mechanics, which is concerned with motions of objects that are large relative to atoms and that move with speeds much slower than the speed of light. It provides students deeper understanding of fundamental laws and concepts of nature. It also equips students with problem solving technique and strengthens students creative and systematic thinking capability.

  • PHY102 - Course Description
    This course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts necessary for engineering sciences and provides essential background for physics & engineering students. The course deals with Thermodynamics (heat, work and temperature) and Electromagnetism (covers electricity and magnetism).
    PREREQ: PHYS101. 

  • BM100 - Course Description:

    Introduction to Project Management is an introductory level course that teaches the fundamental concepts of Project Management using MS Project 2003. Topics will include project planning, resources, costs, as well as progress tracking. IPM is a valuable course for students and professionals who have no prior knowledge of PM skills or those who wish to quickly refresh their knowledge of project management best practices. PREREQ: None, Requirements: MS Project 2003/2007®.

  • BM200 - Course Description:

    Advance Project Management covers intermediate to advance aspects of PM. APM teaches you the essential concepts, principles, and techniques relating to Project Management. Topics will include project planning, resources, costs, budgeting, earned value etc. APM is a valuable course for professionals that are new to project management, make a career change or who wish to extend their knowledge of project management best practices. On completion student earn APM Certificate. Today PMP can earn over $90,000/yr salary.

  • BM201 - Course Objectives:
    Microsoft SQL Server is an environment used to create computer databases on a MS Windows operating system. It can be used to develop from small databases such as a personal list of contacts to medium business such as a car repair shop, large department store to enterprise level set of records such as a super market or a local bank. It can also handle a very large database such as a country's census. This course is intended for SQL Server database administrators, implementers, system engineers, and developers who are responsible for writing queries and day-to-day maintainers of MS SQL database system. Upon completion of this course should be able develop, deploy and administer database systems.

  • BM103 - Course Objectives:
    MySQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) that runs on a variety of platforms, including UNIX, Linux and Windows. This course provides the knowledge and extensive hands-on experience to successfully administer and maintain MySQL databases. You learn to build SQL queries that include MySQL extensions, control the MySQL server, and perform advanced SQL techniques. You also learn how to integrate MySQL with Apache Web server, Perl scripting, and PHP for Internet & Web programming.

  • BM301- Course Description:
    This course provides an introduction to data warehouse design and business intelligence principles. Topics in data modeling, database design and database access are reviewed.  Issues in data warehouse planning; design, implementation, and administration are discussed in a project management format.   The role of data warehouse in supporting Decision Support Systems (DSS) is also reviewed. In the Business Intelligence module we discuss BI Tools e.g., you will learn how install & deploy Pentaho BI, Uses and Processes.

  • BM300 - Course Objectives:

    Databases represent the core of an organization's informational infrastructure. To effectively maintain those databases, it is imperative for administrators to be well trained. In this hands-on centric course, you gain the knowledge and skills to create and configure Oracle 10g databases, manage memory and storage effectively, and deploy essential procedures to maintain your organization's database and ensure its availability.

  • BM102 - Course Description:

    This course offers you an introduction to Oracle Database 10g technology. In this class, you will, learn the basic concepts of relational databases and the powerful SQL programming language. This course provides the essential SQL skills that enable you to write queries against single and multiple tables, manipulate data in table, create database objects, and query metadata.


  • BM101 - Course Description
    Welcome to the Introduction to MS Access. This course is designed to get the user up and running with MS Access (henceforth simply "Access") in a rapid fashion. The four basic modules of Access are demonstrated: Tables, Forms, Reports and Queries. A business example is discussed first which provides a solid background for developing simple database solutions. Access is a valuable course for students and professionals who have no prior knowledge of Database and a stepping stone for those who intend to pursue MS SQL or those who wish to quickly refresh their knowledge of Access best practices. PREREQ: None, Requirements: MS Office Access 2003/2007®.

  • CIS206 - Course Description:

    This course will give small to medium-size business (SMB) owners and information technology (IT) professionals who are responsible for data storage solutions an understanding of how NAS compares to other storage technologies. The course modules will then lead them through planning, installing and using a NAS server storage solution.

  • CIS404 - Course Objectives:

    Aim: to ensure that student acquire the knowledge and skills to deploy and maintain cost-effective, high-performance business system integration web applications and web portal solutions. The major part of this course covers the installation and the configuration of the SSL secured Apache (httpd) web server under both the Linux and Windows operating systems. The second part covers installation and configuration of Bind9 (DNS) server, OpenLDAP; Sun OpenDS, Sun JDK6, Web application servers: SSL secured Apache Tomcat AS and JBoss AS. The third section covers installation and configuration of Web Portal solutions: JPortal and Liferay Porta & Alfresco CMSl. We also have sections on a number of associated technologies (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, XML, and the Perl, PHP languages, and Directory services) so that you'll be able to plan, implement, deploy and administer web servers running deployed LAMP applications such CMS and LMS, and CRMs. And also Web application solutions integrating Directory services for identity management and authentications. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux/UNIX and C/make, BM103, CIS105, CIS200, ICT200.

  • CIS402 – Course Description:
    In this course, you’ll learn how to install and configuration of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller. Microsoft Active Directory provides the structure to centralize the network management and store information about network resources across the entire domain. Active Directory uses Domain Controllers to keep this centralized storage available to network users. In order to configure a Windows Server 2008 machine to act as Domain Controller, several considerations and prerequisites should be taken into account, and several steps should be performed. In this course, I will guide you through these prerequisites and steps of creating a new Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller for a new Active Directory domain in a new forest. We’re also going to look at how to install & configure DNS and DHCP servers. Configure Outlook Web Access to access email anywhere anytime. And how to troubleshoot Windows Server 2008 AD DC.On completion of this course you would’ve gained a competency of advance basic with capability to at least plan, design, implement and deploy an Exchange Server 2007 in SMB to Medium business environment. Pre-requisites: CIS102, and CIS201.


  • CIS403 – Course Description:
    In this course, you’ll learn how to install and configuration of Exchange Server 2007 on Windows Server 2008 Active Directory. We’ll also show you how to add new mailboxes using both the Exchange Management Console (EMC) GUI, and Exchange Management Shell (PowerShell) command-line. Also to be shown is how to install & set up a PowerGUI to help you with provisioning large numbers of new users’ mailbox, thereby avoiding dealing with the dreaded scripting complexity. You’ll also learn how to add Telnet client Feature for testing your Exchange 2007 SMTP. Others are how to configure and use Outlook Web Access (OWA) to access your emails form anywhere, anytime. On completion of following this lab training, you should be able to reach an Exchange Server 2007 competency level of advance basic to intermediate level depending on how much effort and time you’ve allocated for the training. And capability to at least plan, design, implement and deploy an Exchange Server 2007 in SMB to Medium business environment. Pre-requisites: CIS102, and CIS403.


  • CIS401 - Course Objectives:
    This course is suitable for people who are familiar with computing in general, and would like to advance their professional skills in Linux/Unix systems for the purpose of using it as part of a business information technology (IT) strategy. The goal of this course is to equip students and IT professionals with advance skills necessary for mastering Linux/Unix systems using CentOS-5, RHEL5, Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Upon completion of this course you will have gained advance knowledge and skills in diverse areas like Linux Systems Administration, Network Administration, or Systems Engineering, and its application in system integration covering topics that are used in everyday business environment and applications from home office, small business (SMB) to enterprise level. Systems integration topics covered include how-to plan, build and deploy business tools like: DNS, FTP, NFS servers; enterprise OpenLDAP, OpneSSL; Business Intelligence (Pentaho BI), CRM (SugarCRM), LMS (Moodle), CMS (Drupal, Joomla), Messaging server (Zimbra, Sendmail & Postfix), JBoss Portal AS, Tomcat AS, Sun GlassFish, OpenSSO, SAMLv2 and many more. Introductory courses: BM103, BM200, CIS105, CIS200, & CIS204. (Fees: US$799.00)

  • CIS107- Course Objectives:
    This course covers a study of the major social and ethical issues in computer science, a brief history of computer science, the impact of computers on society, and professional computer ethics. Impact of computers, applications, and benefits, copyright, privacy, computer crime, constitutional issues, risks of computer failures, evaluating reliability of computer models, trade and communications in the global village, computers in the workplace, responsibilities of the computer professional.

  • CIS304 - Course Objectives:
    PHP is a powerful tool for developing secure dynamic and interactive Web pages. This course is designed to enable advance web developers and others with good programming experience and IT security background to build/deploy secure dynamic database driven electronic business Web 2.0 services. Our PHP Advance course is suitable for professional web developers who want to advance their skills or those who wish to quickly refresh their knowledge of secure PHP scripting best practices. You will also learn how to deploy secure client and server side Web 2.0 compliant. The course also covers integration of PHP with MySQL, ebXML, AJAX, SOAP, REST & IT security best practices. Data and database security using cryptographic controls: PKI, OpenSSL, TLS, encryption, hashing, signing, and sealing of data. PREREQ: CIS104, CIS 105, CIS301, and BM103.


  • CIS105 - Course Objectives:

    PHP is a powerful tool for making dynamic and interactive Web pages. This course is designed to enable web developers and others with limited programming experience to build dynamic database driven websites using the PHP programming language. Since PHP is such a rich and task-specific language, the course covers the most important range of functions in depth, and equips students to understand the most essential tools for developing interactive web related designs. Our PHP course takes newcomers to computer programming and teaches them the fundamentals, and how to apply those fundamentals in PHP to build powerful interactive, client and server side websites. It also covers integration of PHP with MySQL, XML, and AJAX

  • CIS205- Course Objectives:
    Perl is a powerful object-oriented scripting language used extensively with UNIX, Linux, Win32 and the Internet. In this course, you learn to write reusable scripts with Perl 5. Through intensive exercises, you learn to use Perl in your operating system and application environments as well as apply built-in functions of the language and make use of external modules. This is intended for UNIX, Linux and Windows administrators, software engineers, programmers and power users. Previous experience with a procedural or object-oriented programming language is assumed. Knowledge of UNIX scripting tools and regular expressions is assumed or you must have completed our Certificate in Computer Information Management.

  • CIS303 - Course Objectives:

    The Diploma in Advanced Web Design e-learning course is a fully supported, self-paced training programme. This course assumes that the student has a pre-existing knowledge of HTML or has successfully completed our Certificate in  Web Design course. This programme has been designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of Dynamic HTML and advance CSS, server-side and client-side technologies, which tightly integrates with HTML – and which removes many of the constraints that have previously limited the web author's creativity and provides a whole new way to make web pages more interesting for the visitor and other web users.

  • CIS204 - Course Description:

    This course is designed to support an intensive hands-on introductory course on Linux/UNIX shell scripting or to act as a reference to users who are new to shell scripting. It is assumed that student have taken CIS200 course or have at least working knowledge of Linux installation, setup, system configuration and basic commands. But not expects any programming language experience. This course is excellent for students interested in pursuing open source software development career.

  • CIS203 - Course Objectives

    This course provides a comprehensive introduction to deploying Cisco devices in an internetworked environment. Through extensive hands-on exercises, you gain the fundamental knowledge and skills you need to install, configure and troubleshoot Cisco switches and routers.

  • CIS103 - Course Objectives:

    This course covers fundamentals of Web programming with JavaScript, including key features of scripting. It also presents some common programming languages, with main focus on JavaScript Web Programming. You’ll learn how to interact with your business customers through your website, how to apply conditions and loops, work with event handlers and how to troubleshoot and debug problems. PREREQ: CIS104.

     

  • CIS400 - Computer Forensics

    Forensics is the process of using scientific knowledge for collecting, analyze, and presenting evidence to the court. Computer forensics is a discipline that combines element of law and computer science to collect and analyze data from computer systems, networks, wireless communications, and storage devices in a way that preserves the integrity of evidence collected so it can be used effectively in a legal case. In this course you will learn how to collect, analyze, and preserve digital evidence integrity to bring to court.

  • CIS104 - Course Objectives:

    This course is more than just web design using an HTML class, but rather a discussion of designing a complete Web sites solution. If you do not know HTML, you should consider taking this course. The Web Design course will not talk as much about how to build Web pages as the skills and techniques behind designing Web pages.

  • CIS200 - Course Description:

    This course is designed to support an intensive introductory course on Linux/UNIX or to act as a reference to users who are new to Linux/UNIX. This course was designed particularly for use with the Linux operating system but much of it applies to other UNIX systems as well.

  • CIS101 - Course Description:

    This class focuses on the basics of XML. You'll explore XML itself, its common uses and some of the many editors and debuggers that let you create and refine XML documents. Along the way, you'll get concrete examples you can implement in the real world.

  • CIS300 - Course Description:

    This course seeks to provide students with an all-round knowledge based IT Security Risk Management and Compliance Strategies (ISRMCS) industry best practices.This will include covering regulatory requirements like SOX, PCI, HIPAA, GLBA & best practices like COBIT, ITIL and ISO_17799. Upon completion of this course you will be able to formulate a policy that lays out the controls that will achieve ISRMCS goals. Students will earn their GOV Certifications or Diploma upon completion of set courses to be decided by the Information Technology School.

  • CIS100 - Course Description

    This course seeks to provide students with an all-round introductory knowledge and practical skills required to design, develop and admin E-Commerce site and comprehensive understanding of strategies and solutions available in today's competitive E-Commerce marketplace. The CIS100 course allows students to pursue more advance courses in IT field thereby leading to job prospects in computer-aided design, programming, project management and implementation in the multi-tier E-Commerce field.

  • CIS202 – Course Description:
    This online eLearning semester-long, instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills that are needed to update and support a reliable, secure messaging infrastructure. This infrastructure is used for creating, storing, and sharing information by using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 in a medium-sized to large-sized (250 to 5,000 seats) messaging environment. This course offers a significant amount of hands-on practices, discussions, and assessments that assist students in becoming proficient in the skills that are needed to update and support Exchange Server 2003. Pre-requisites: CIS102, and CIS303.

  • CIS102 - Course Description:
    This course teaches the fundamentals of networking, what the TCP/IP protocol stack consists of and how the different layers of the network stack influence communication on a network. It tests areas of networking technologies such as definition of a protocol, the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model and its layers, and the concepts of network design and implementation – such as which items, e.g., hubs, bridges, switches, routers that are required for a network and the prerequisites for installation. You will learn the art of IP subnetting and routing. In addition, it covers troubleshooting concepts and How-Tos.

  • CIS106 - Course Objectives:
    Dreamweaver is a powerful Web authoring tool that can be used to create highly professional websites. This course is recommended for those users who are more competent in IT and who need to build more complex web pages/sites or those who have some background in Web design. Dreamweaver allows more flexibility and creativity in your web page design. This is a fully compressive hands-on approach with excellent course materials. After completing the course, you’ll have an impressive portfolio piece, a site you can adapt for your own use, and a thorough understanding of Dreamweaver CS3 fundamentals.


  • ICT203 - Course Objectives:
    Start with install and administration of CentOS-5/6 and RHEL 5/6. Then dive straight into the cutting-edge technology to build & run private Eucalyptus Systems cloud and OpenNebula cloud computing. Then jump into deploying enterprise class DNS master and Slave servers’ setup. LDAP (OpenLDAP) for centralized identity management & SSO. Deploy messaging solution with Postfix with LDAP powered AdressBook & Identity Mgmt plus SquirrelMail webmail access. Deploy PIAF Gold VoIP Telephony with SugarCRM. Deploy iSCSI SAN powered by OpenFiler. Roll in LAMP; Apache Tomcat 6 AS. Plan & deploy iSCSI SAN powered OpenFiler and CentOS Cluster Suite, OSCAR Cluster on RHEL. Dive into Web contentment management with Moodle 2x LMS, Jomla 3.x CMS, Drupal CMS with Vtiger, KnowledgeTree DMS. Deploy ISP Solution with DTC Control Panel. Add business skills with Pentaho BI.

    For network protection & security: Implement EJBCA PKI. OpenSSL for cryptographic network & data security. Deploy secure Squid proxy server with Dansguardian network protection. Add Astaro SG firewall/router. Finally, learn how to consolidate your network servers & clients using Xen Hyper-virtualization VMs. Citrix XenServer and XenCenter for enterprise virtualization.

    Upon completion of this training you will have gained advance knowledge and skills at expert competency with capability to deploy complete medium to large enterprise level network infrastructure solution. Or start your own ISP business or Linux consultancy services. Fees Code 1C.


  • ICT303 - Course Description:
    This course looks at how to setup a rather complex PKI using EJBCA/PrimeCA an Open Source Certificate Authority (CA). In this training, you will learn how to leverage the power of EJBCA to create a flexible, platform independent and scalable CA/RA solution, fulfilling various requirements a large enterprise could have, concerning not only security aspects but also connectivity, administrative delegation and security event logging. You’ll learn how to design and implement trusted digital certificate solutions for a wide range of needs. In Module hands-on labs session, you’ll learn how to install EJBCA (3.10.1) with JBoss (4.2.3.GA) application server on Linux CentOS5 System. In Module 3, you’ll learn how to deploy EJBCA with JBoss on Windows Server 2003 Active Directory DC integrated with MS Exchange Server 2003 on which you will use to create, configure, deploy and manage your digital certificates and other authentications requirements for your network.


  • ICT204 - Course Description:
    This course is meant for experienced Java Developers and Administrators wanting to have a production-quality command of Glassfish. Glassfish Administration training focuses on installing, configuring, and tuning Glassfish as an enterprise-class Java EE server. The Glassfish Administration training is structured around the most recent Glassfish v3 release. In this course you will learn how to install and configure GlassFish v3 with two domains: domain1 and domain2. You’ll also learn how to deploy Sun OpenSSO on dmian1 and how to use SAML 2.0 for SSO authenticating SugarCRM on GlassFish. In the later modules you’ll learn how to integrate GlassFish with other applications.

  • ICT107 - Course Description:
    This course is an enterprise training course meant for owners and IT professionals who are responsible for planning designing and implementing Domain Name services (DNS) powered network infrastructure.  The first task is to install two Linux CentOS5 and configure them with static IP address. Next, you will learn how to install and configure Webmin, which we’ll use to configure the DNS Master Server, Virtual Hosting site and Slave DNS Server for redundancy. The first Virtual machine will be used to host DNS Master Server. You’ll also learn how to install & configure a second virtual machine to host the Slave DNS Server. Other tasks will include configuring virtual IP address and virtual hosts. Finally you’ll have an opportunity to do the Hands-on Labs assignments to test what you have learned in this lesson. Once you’re done with this labs session you should have gained an experience, skills and capability to enable you to plan design implement and deploy a complete enterprise DNS infrastructure, which will allow you to install enterprise business solutions that require DNS in place like Messaging server (e.g., Sendmail), LDAP, and Identity Management and SSO.

  • ICT106 - Course Description:
    This course is a short training course meant for owners and IT professionals who are responsible for deploying business intelligence solutions using Pentaho BI Suite. The Pentaho BI Project is Open Source application software for enterprise reporting, OLAP analysis, dashboard, data mining, workflow and ETL capabilities for Business Intelligence (BI) platform that have made it the world’s leading and most widely deployed open source BI suite. It also offers self-service dashboard design for business users and cloud computing support for IT. In this guide we show you how to install Pentaho Business Intelligence BI Suite CE server with MySQL, Report Designer CE, and Design Studio CE on a Linux machine. It also includes how to setup Pentaho Report Designer, Pentaho Design Studio and Pentaho Data Integration (Kettle). You will also learn how to use Ad Hoc reporting technique, and Analysis View with OLAP Navigator for detailed reporting. Its’ assumed that students have some basic knowledge of Linux and MySQL.


  • ICT105 - Course Description:
    This course will give small to medium-size business (SMB) and large enterprises owners and information technology (IT) professionals who are responsible for deploying and maintaining network infrastructure understanding of how to install & maintain Linux powered Ubuntu servers, especially Ubuntu 12.04 (Precision) LTS, Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) Server, Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) and Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. To get you started we’ll install Ubuntu 8.04.4 LTS. You will also learn how to install Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Desktop), and Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy) backup server powered by RESTORE server. The course modules will lead students through design, planning, installing implementing and maintaining Ubuntu enterprise servers and desktops solutions. You'll learn how to install and configure the following servers: MySQL, LAMP, Apache Tomcat with SSL, PostgreSQL, Postfix with Dovecot, SquirrelMail, DNS and RESTORE. MySQL database management using PHP & Perl scripting with OpenSSL. You'll also learn how to install EHCP & ISPConfig hosting; and DTC GPL control panel for ISP hosting. Upon completion of this course students would have gained capability and expertise to install and maintain Ubuntu servers. Install DNS, NSF, FTP servers, RESTORE backup server and EHCP server for ISP hosting. Joomla for CMS. Finally Deploy OpenERP 6.x server.

  • ICT200 - Course Objectives:

    Aim: to ensure that student acquire the knowledge and skills to deploy and maintain cost-effective, high-performance business electronic information management systems (EIMS), as well as demonstrate your technical expertise and keep you ahead of the Internet Communication Technology (ICT) curve. The course is heavily biased toward technical hands-on training covering CMS, LMS and CRM technologies. It focuses on the whys and hows of EIMS technologies rather than looking at manufacturer specific issues. Some of the topics are: CMSs (Drupal, Joomla), LMS (Moodle) & CRM (SugarCRM) , CiviCRM and WordPress weblog tool.By the end of the course students will be able to: Plan Design & implement secure EIMS infrastructure. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux/UNIX and C/make, BM103, CIS105, CIS107, CIS200

  • ICT300 - Course Objectives:

    Aim: to ensure that student acquire the knowledge and skills to deploy and maintain cost-effective, high-performance secure network infrastructure, as well as demonstrate your technical expertise and keep you ahead of the technology curve. The course is heavily biased toward technical hands-on training covering firewall technologies and IP Security. It focuses on the whys and hows of firewall technology rather than looking at manufacturer specific issues. Some of the firewall/router/UTM you’ll work on are: Firestarter, IPCop, Astaro SG, Vyatta routers.By the end of the course students will be able to: Design & implement secure firewall protected networks; Test firewalls; Evaluate firewalls; Configure firewalls; deploy IPSec VPN for the road warriors. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux/UNIX and C/make, CIS102, CIS107, CIS200, CIS300

  • ICT301 - Course Objectives:

    Understand computing security vulnerabilities and the techniques and tools for developing secure applications and practicing safe computing. The course will cover three areas: security risks and countermeasures, principles of computer cryptography, and applied cryptography. Overview, vulnerabilities, risk assessment, incidents, forensics. Linux/UNIX vulnerabilities and safeguards. Hash functions; Authentication and authorization; Network security (BSDisms, sniffers, wrappers, vpns, firewalls, intrusion detection); Kerberos, trusted systems, secure OS; Cryptography, steganography, number theory, random numbers; Secret key encryption; Public key encryption; key management, PKIs; OpenSSL and Crypto API's, writing secure software; secure applications (SSL, IPsec) and computer issues: legal/political/ethical. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux/UNIX and C/make, Java, PHP, Database. BM103, BM200, CIS102, CIS105, CIS107, CIS200, CIS202 & CIS204

  • CIS201 - Course Description:
    This series explains how to analyze requirements and design a secure Windows Server 2003 network in a medium to large environment. Specific aspects presented are: 10 Security domains, Public key infrastructure, Internet Information Services (IIS), IP Security (IPSec), wireless LAN, VPN, Active Directory, Encrypted File System (EFS), and backup and recovery processes. Pre-requisites: CIS101, and CIS102.

  • ICT400 - Course Objectives:

    Overall aim: To survey the principles and practice of network security. The emphasis of the course is on the underlying principles and techniques of network security with examples of how they are applied in practice. At the end of the course, a student will have an understanding of: the themes and challenges of computer security and network defense requirements, the concept of Universal Threat Management (UTM), the role of cryptography, the techniques for access control and intrusion detection, the current state of the art. The student will have developed a critical approach to the analysis of network security, and will be able to bring this approach to bear on future decisions regarding network security. Practical skills will include the implementation of a security protocol, firewall, VPN and patch management. PREQ: BM103, BM200, CIS102, CIS105, CIS107, CIS200, CIS202/CIS402, & CIS204.


  • ICT202 - Course Objectives:
    This is an advance Linux course for IT professionals, Network Infrastructure Engineers in enterprise business information technology (IT) strategy & development. The goal of this course is to equip students and IT professionals with advance Linux skills required in enterprise infrastructure planning, design, development, implementation and deploying complex network infrastructure. In this course you will learn how to install and configure Linux OS. Design & implement a DNS master & slave servers for redundancy. Deploy virtual domains suitable for ISP solution. Configure DHCP. Design & Install & Deploy Secure Apache Tomcat AS. Design & Implement OpenLDAP or OpenDS infrastructure for Single-Sign-On (SSO). Deploy Sendmail, Postfix & Zimbra messaging systems. Install Email clients Thunderbird & Evolution. Deploy JBoss & JPortal infrastructure, Liferay Portal. Integrate Samba with Windows Active Directory & Mac OSX infrastructure for SSO. GlassFish & SAML on Linux, Deploy Moodle LMS. Deploy SugarCRM. Oscar Cluster solution. Firewall solutions: IPCop, Astaro SG, Vyatta Routers. Deploy Security Tools: Nmap & Nessus. Upon completion of this course you will have gained advance knowledge and skills at expert competency with capability to deploy complete medium enterprise level network infrastructure solution. Or start your own ISP business or Linux consultancy services. PREQ: BM103, BM200, CIS102, CIS105, CIS107, CIS200, CIS202/CIS402, & CIS204.


  • ICT201 - Course Objectives:
    Wireless networking is easy. In a matter of hours, you can create a powerful, secure wireless network for your home or small business at a very low cost. This course will introduce you to the technologies that make wireless networking possible, and then help you select the right wireless equipment, set it up and troubleshoot common problems.


  • ICT100 - Course Objectives:
    This course is comprehensively-based on hands-on and is designed to familiarize students with computers and their applications. It also emphasizes the use of computers and technology in business, home and in careers development. Students will learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software and become familiar with a variety of computer applications, including MSWord, Excel (spreadsheets), PowerPoint, databases, Visio, Project Management, and multimedia presentations. Students will investigate Internet-based applications, work with email and learn how to browse the web. Coursework includes activities that explore social and ethical issues related to computers.There are also weekly hands-on lab assignments in this course. No previous computer knowledge required.


  • ICT103 - Course Objectives:
    Microsoft SharePoint technologies provide a Web-based framework for remote team collaboration and real-time document management. The ability to plan, design, deploy and utilize effective Active Directory Exchange SSO Integrated SharePoint Server 2007 solutions for your organization are essential to keep pace with the competition. This system integration course module will take you through complete & comprehensive steps on how to setup SharePoint Server 2007 on a domain member Windows Server 2003. The main purpose of this course module is to give SharePoint developers and IT Pros new to Active Directory environment a starting point to quickly create SharePoint Server 2007 application projects. You will learn how to setup Windows AD integrated with Exchange 2003 and SQL 2005 which you then integrate with your MOSS 2007 server. When done with this system integration module you will have acquired the fundamental knowledge and critical skills required to create, manage and customize integrated Win2k3 Active Directory, Exchange Server 2k3, SQL 2005 and SharePoint Server 2007 across your development environment or enterprise.


  • ICT102 - Course Objectives:
    Microsoft SharePoint technologies provide a Web-based framework for remote team collaboration and real-time document management. The ability to plan, design, deploy and utilize an effective SharePoint solution for your organization is essential to keep pace with the competition. This course takes student through an example of a typical setup of a SharePoint project on a VPC or VMware that is running a Windows Server operating system in a comprehensive hands-on approach. The main purpose of this course is to give SharePoint developers new to SharePoint a starting point to quickly create SharePoint application projects. In this course, you acquire the fundamental knowledge and critical skills to create, manage and customize SharePoint across your development environment or enterprise.


  • ICT101 - Course Objectives:
    Early at the inception of the Internet, attacks started to occur with an increased frequency. This leads to the development of tools to prevent unwanted communications according to a defined security policy. Firewalls now play a key part of any modern day network infrastructure and the concept has extended from a System Administration term into everyday vocabulary. The aim of this course is to provide students with practical experiences of implementing firewall systems using various platforms, knowledge of the best places and best practices to implement firewalls and to reinforce the technical knowledge required to manage firewalls. The course requires no previous experience in Firewalls, but assumes a degree of familiarity with basic networking concepts. PREREQ: CIS102.

  • ICT104 - Course Objectives:
    This course allows students to combine sets of courses from our courses pools agreed upon between the respective student and the Certificate issuing academic unit or Faculty. Interested students should contact us for further info: info@globalopenversity.org.

  • AES4003 - Course Description:

    Review of semiconductor band theory, Optoelectronics, quantum mechanics, heterojunctions, power and microwave semiconductor devices.  Operating principles of basic building blocks of modern silicon and gallium-based semiconductor devices to include: p-n junctions, MOS field effect transistors and bipolar junction transistors. PREREQ: Undergraduate level physics.

  • MIS100 - COURSE OBJECTIVE

    The course is designed to provide students with the background knowledge of information technology that is needed to analyze, evaluate, and manage information systems and information resources for business organizations. 

  • This course aims to unify independent open source projects that advocate, use, and develop F/LOSS (Free and Open Source Software) resources for education best practices and management. Resources available here is in the effort to make F/LOSS educational resources more accessible, cost-effective and efficient. We train and develop the applications that are needed by the educators and students to fulfill their task. It serves as a common ground for individuals and organizations who are working for the same purpose, so that they can meet and work together to develop quality and dependable applications and teaching materials for educational purpose to day and into the future.
  • WS300 - Course Objectives:

    In Africa over 85 per cent of all rural women contribute to sustainable national development through their work as small-scale farmers, providing the bulk of the nation’s food supply. Therefore, their role as the gatekeepers to family and child welfare is a common knowledge in Africa and many other parts of the developing world. In this respect they’re keenly aware of the connections between local poverty, the lack of available and affordable technologies, and the problems of socio-economic in rural areas. For this reason, their role and status becomes a key critical factor in enviro-socio-economic and policy development in Kenya, Africa and the world at a large. The objectives of this course/program are to undertake on-the-field research, document findings and provide possible solutions to alleviate women conditions in rural Africa. This course, therefore, is mainly field work and projects to be taken in rural Kenya for a start but students can choose any other development country.

  • AES400- Course Objectives:

    This course teaches you essential concepts, principles, and techniques relating to the project management aspects of software engineering. Software project management is of paramount importance to the success of software development projects. As revealed by the As revealed by the 2004 CHAOS Report from US analysts the Standish Group there was over US$100 billion in combined waste, lost value and cost over-runs for information technology projects in the U.S. alone. Today, the potential of software project failure due to improper project management is formidable. Just read about eHealth IT implementation in UK and recently Ontario Canada eHealth case to get the gist it. If that is not enough, there are thousands of tombstones of abandoned students, customer etc. records management system world-wide due mainly to failure of project owners and developers to understand the complexity of its customer implementation and billing service. All these data reveal one fact, that is, project management is tremendously important to the success of software development projects. That is the theme of this course and accompanying course materials.

  • EBT300 – Course Description:
    If you want to develop hands-on experience with Windows Server 2008 R2 Virtualization with Hyper-V and potentially revolutionize how you think about system administration, then this short hands-on training course is exactly what you’re looking for. With Hyper-V, it's easier than ever to take advantage of the cost savings of virtualization through Windows Server 2008 R2. Optimize your server hardware investments by consolidating multiple server roles as separate virtual machines running on a single physical machine, efficiently run multiple different operating systems in parallel, on a single server, and fully leverage the power of x64 computing. You’ll learn about Hyper-V virtualization in depth as you discover the tools and techniques that allow you to quickly provision servers, create test environments, configure virtualized physical servers, and much more. In the first part of the course you’ll learn how install Linux standalone Linux distros, Windows 7/2008 and Exchanger server 2007. Promote Win28 to Active Directory DC. In part 2 you’ll learn to deploy Linux distros and Windows systems as VM on Hyper-V.

  • EBT106 - Course Objectives:
    This course will be run as a fully hands-on training project: The main aim is to build and deploy a secure enterprise grade Postfix mail server solution powered by OpenLDAP for centralized identity management delivering full Addressbook & contacts search capability. The project begins with a clean install Linux CentOS5 server. Next, students will learn to how setup Bind9 DNS server, setup and test Postfix mail server and Dovecot (POP3/IMAP) server. Lockdown and secure mail server with Clam AntiVirus (ClamAV) and MailScanner against malware. The next sequence of tasks involves deploying mail clients: SquirrelMail and RoundCube for webmail access and Thunderbird mail client with LDAP capable Addressbook. For centralized identity management and Addressbook functionality, you’ll learn how to setup & configure OpenLDAP (LDAP) Service. For those in love with MS Outlook, you will learn how to setup Outlook Addressbook powered by LDAP allowing for enterprise-wide email addresses search, lookup names and other information from corporate-wide directory that are easily viewed in Outlook. Upon completion of this hands-on training you would have gained enough skills & knowledge to start your small business as email service provider, or become a consultant proving mail server installation and support to small to medium business. (Note: MS Outlook is proprietary software from Microsoft for which you must purchase and/or have legitimate license to use it, however, for the training purposes you can download a trial copy) PREQ: Good Linux & MySQL knowledge.


  • EBT105 - Course Description:
    Our comprehensive eLearning classes are designed to give you the complete knowledge and skills required to be successful in your Web Solution project implementation. Taught by our experts, all eLearning classes are comprehensive and fully hands-on focus. We offer a wide range of courses that provide a hands-on learning experience for developers, system administrators, project managers, content editors and anyone else who may have a role in using and maintaining your open source Web Solutions software and your legacy CMS and LMS software and applications: Moodle, Drupal, Joomla, Liferay alfresco. 2-Units course. PREQ: Excellent Linux knowledge.


  • EBT101 - Course Objectives:
    Aim: to ensure that students and IT professionals taking course acquire the knowledge and skills to plan, build, deploy, configure, and manage high-performance availability and redundancy enterprise DNS infrastructure to power your ftp, www and mail servers. You will to install and use Webmin to configure DNS servers using open source Bind9 on Linux CentOS5. You’ll also acquire the ability to add Slave DNS servers, virtual IP address, and virtual hosts. Finally, you’ll test for redundancy failover by unplugging your master DNS server. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux/UNIX.


  • EBT102 - Course Objectives:
    Aim: to ensure that students and IT professionals taking course acquire the knowledge and skills to plan, build, deploy, configure, and manage cost-effective, high-performance secure enterprise Sendmail messaging system solution. In module one, students will learn how to install & configure Linux CentOS5, next you’ll learn how to deploy DNS server, add MX Record. In module 3, you’ll learn how to install & configure Sendmail messaging server, configure Dovecot POP3/IMAP Protocols, and lock it down with Clamd & MailScanner Antivirus solutions. Install and configure LDAP (OpenLDAP), and finally install Thunderbird & Evolution mail clients with Addressbook for testing Sendmail messaging server. For webmail access: Roundcube and SquirrelMail setup. 2-Units course. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux/UNIX.


  • CDS300 - Course Description:
    This course is meant for college students, IT professionals and individuals interested in cryptographic technology. It seeks to help students/trainees become knowledgeable in cryptography, symmetric keys, PKI, key management, digital signatures, etc. The intent of this training is to teach symmetric (private) keys, asymmetric (public) keys cryptosystems, PKI, digital signatures, digital certificates, the significance of cryptography in data protection efforts, basic cryptographic techniques, the importance of key management life cycles, the importance of centralized key management and its extension to identity management and single-sign-on (SSO), and awareness of the potential pitfalls and risks when using encryption. Topics to be covered: Theory of cryptography; Symmetric keys and asymmetric keys,; DES, Triple DES, and AES; Other cryptography algorithms; ECC; Quantum cryptography; PKI; Digital signatures and digital envelope; CA, RA, and CRL; Key management & SSO; Risks of encryption. PREQ: Good knowledge of mathematics.


  • CIS305 - Course Description:
    This course is suitable for students & IT professionals interested to advance their career in advance information security.
    Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is today emerging as an attractive public-key cryptosystem for hand-held portable devices. Compared to traditional cryptosystems like RSA, ECC offers equivalent security with smaller key sizes, which results in faster computations; lower power consumption, as well as memory and bandwidth savings. This is attractive to mobile/wireless environments which are typically limited in terms of their CPU, power and network connectivity. In this course you will learn advance number theory and algorithms and necessary gain capabilities to work in the new field of experimental mathematics needed to implement ECC. You will also learn other functionality of ECC, its advantages and challenges over other cryptosystems. Comparison with other cryptographic systems will also be undertaken based on aspects such as efficiency, size of the key needed to attain a certain level of security (this has implications on computational costs and time), known and probable attacks, current and predicted future (based on the current growth of technology) and their prevention techniques. ECC reliability will also be looked into. PREREQ: Advance computing and Mathematics & CIS301.


  • CIS301 - Course Description:
    This course is suitable for people interested to pursue career in the world of advance information security.
    Cryptography (or cryptology; derived from Greek "hidden" and the verb "to write" or "to speak") is the practice and study of hiding information. In modern times, cryptography is considered a branch of both mathematics and computer science, and is affiliated closely with information theory, computer security, and engineering. But it’s now, more closely referred to as experimental mathematics. This course will take you through the basics of number theory & its application to cryptography. History & key advances in private key (DES, AES etc.) & public key (RSA, DSA, ElGamal etc.) cryptosystems and algorithms. Steganography; Message Digest, Authentication, Digital Signature & Certificate; Data encryption and security. Upon completing the course you will be able to indulge in building your own advance crypto-security engine. PREREQ: Advance computing and Mathematics.


  • ICT302 - Course Description:
    This course is meant for owners and IT professionals who are responsible for deploying advance computing cluster technology and cloud computing on the enterprise network. Students will learn how to install Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud server on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. You’ll also learn how to update Ubuntu server, install and configure required packages and applications needed to run UEC. You’ll also learn how to configure UEC, deploy the cloud and node controllers, install Euca2ools, and how to install and deploy images from the UEC store. Finally, you will learn how to perform some simple configuration tasks on your as-installed private cloud UEC server. Upon completion of this course, you should have acquired a capability and skills that will allow you to plan, design implement and deploy your own private cloud computing platform.

  • VCC202 - Course Description:
    Increase your competitive advantage by maximizing your skills and ability to implement and run XenServer 5.6.The Citrix XenServer course covers information administrators need to successfully deploy and manage the XenServer client. The course covers information needed to successfully deploy and manage XenServer 5.6 and the XenCenter management client. It’s fully hands-on labs where students install and configure a virtualization server and then connect to the server with XenCenter. Students can then create a mix of Windows and Linux virtual machines. Here, you’ll learn how to install and configure Linux CentOS5 server VM. They can proceed to the follow-up course where they’ll learn how to create a XenServer resource pool and connect to remote storage. This allows them to explore advanced XenServer capabilities such as XenMotion and Automatic VM placement. PREQ: a good knowledge of Linux. (Fees Code: $249.99)

  • VCC200 - Course Description:
    This is a short training course meant for IT professionals and individuals interested to learn how to build & deploy Xen hypervisor and virtualization technology. The Xen hypervisor offers a powerful, efficient, and secure feature set for virtualization of x86, x86_64, IA64, PowerPC, and other CPU architectures, and has been used to virtualize a wide range of guest operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Solaris, and various versions of the BSD operating systems. It is widely regarded as a strategically compelling alternative to proprietary virtualization platforms and hypervisors for x86 and IA64 platforms. In this course you’ll learn how to install & deploy Xen hypervisor: Xen on Linux, XenServer from xen.org, and Citrix XenServer. PREQ: No prior experience with Xen is required; however, a basic knowledge of Linux.

  • VCC301 - Course Description:
    In this course students will learn how to plan design and deploy OpenNebula cloud computing on Linux distros. OpenNebula cloud is currently the leading and most advanced framework for cloud computing. It’s extremely easy to set setup be running your own cloud. Its flexible, extensible and with excellent performance and scalability to manage tens of thousands of VMs: Private cloud with Xen, KVM and VMware; Hybrid cloud with Amazon EC2 and ElasticHosts, and other providers through Deltacloud (from ecosystem); Public cloud supporting EC2 Query, OGF OCCI and vCloud (from ecosystem) APIs. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux distro

  • VCC300 - Course Description:
    This is a short training course meant for owners and IT professionals and individuals interested to learn how to build & deploy personal cloud computing technology. Students will learn how to build and deploy eyeOS 2 on Linux distros and Windows OS. eyeOS is free Cloud Computing Operating System software which let’s you access all your necessary files, folders, office, calendar, contacts and much more anywhere anytime in the world. You can use it personally on your computer for collaborative work and share data with friends, project team, document authoring, firm, clients and colleagues for more innovative ideas and better brain storming. You can host eyeOS on your Desktop, Laptop or server and make your own Cloud system to access your data anytime anywhere on the go even via smartphone. PREQ: Good knowledge of Linux & MS Windows.


  • CCT300 - Course Objectives
    Cluster computing is the technique of linking two or more computers into a network (usually through a local area network) in order to take advantage of the parallel processing power of those computers. In this course students will use OSCAR (Open Source Cluster Application Resource) software which offers high-performance super-computing power at a very affordable price. It enables virtually any person with minimal computer skills to transform several standard computers into a virtual super-computer. It merits a distinction of being one of the best open source HPC cluster that can be deployed easily using Linux powered PCs. The primary purpose of the cluster is to learn parallel computation and its applications e.g., number crunching in cryptography or research in genetic and medical engineering. Oscar Cluster is a HPC cluster initially consisting of 2 nodes but is easily scalable depending on the computing needs. In this training, students will learn how to plan setup and deploy OSCAR on Linux RHEL5. PREQ: Advance knowledge of Linux.


  • CCT301 - Course Description:
    This course is meant for owners and IT professionals who are responsible for deploying e-Health systems in medical clinics and hospitals. Students will learn how to install OSCAR v9.12 on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. You’ll also learn how to update Ubuntu server, install and configure required packages and applications needed to run OSCAR e-Health, e.g., Sun JDK6, Apache Tomcat application server, MySQL database server, and OpenSSH server. You’ll learn how to secure your OSCAR server using SSL connection; how to setup OSCAR backups using Cron command on your local machine or on a remote off-site server, and how to restore your backups. Finally, you will learn how to perform some simple configuration tasks on your as-installed OSCAR server. Upon completion of this course, you should have acquired a capability and skills that will allow you to plan, design implement and deploy OSCAR e-Health information management system on a Linux Ubuntu machine.

  • ER01 - Description

    To-date, most of the research work undertaken in many countries involve continuing investigation, analysis and definition of the many complex thermal processes that can take place within a building structure, for the purpose of quantifying the parameters necessary to achieve an energy-efficient built-environment with better indoor “comfort” climate. The Aspen energy forum 1977, whose theme was "Solar Architecture”, emphasized passive solar design and its great contribution in the area of energy conservation in buildings.Hence, one of the physical designer's main tasks is to create an environment inside the building, which is appropriate for all the human activities likely to take place there. The occupants' biological, emotional and physical characteristics also come into play. It is, therefore, of great importance to consider the response of the user's physiological make-up in relation to the environmental conditions it is exposed to. The body as a self-regulating system prefers to relate harmoniously with the climatic conditions and the environment around it. To-date we done studies covering tropical and Mediterranean climates and looking forward to get funding to pursuer studies energy-climate and built environment architrave in Canada (Membership: By donation only).

  • UCT200 - Course Description:
    In this training, you will learn how to provision PBX Asterisk powered VoIP Telephony system, install and compile Linux and PBX in a Flash (PIAF) and how to configure an Asterisk dial plan for both analog and SIP telephones. You’ll also learn how to work with Digium boards, faxing, voicemail, basic IVR and a variety of related topics. Open source PBX software Asterisk is more than just a footnote in the enterprise voice arena. Its’ a great opportunity to get up to speed on how Asterisk is at the forefront of open source VoIP development and how you build your own VoIP Telephony system that’s cost-effective and can even save you money with some of its powerful add-ons like SugarCRM etc. PREQ: Basic knowledge of Linux. (Fees Code: US$249.99)


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