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CA CloudMinder Online Training Services

Time: May 20, 2015 at 6pm to December 18, 2015 at 7pm
Location: london
Street: Carlisle Road
City/Town: california city
Event Type: educational, classes
Organized By: Aslam Monu
Latest Activity: May 20, 2015

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USA  :  +1 -707 666 8949    India :  +91-888 556 0202          Email : Info@VirtualNuggets.COM  

Regular Group and On-Demand Online Training Batches Starts For Every 15 Days ( WeekDays and WeekEnd Batches )

About CA CloudMinder Online Training :- CA CloudMinder is a suite of cloud based identity and access management solutions. Offering the flexibility and security to adopt cloud computing to your enterprise, this scalable solution allows for the implementation of key security capabilities such as Advanced Authentication, Single Sign On, and Identity Management.

About VirtualNuggets:- VirtualNuggets has been established with the primary objective of providing contemporary IT Online Training, Corporate training and consulting services for the valued customers. We provide comprehensive IT Training in many global delivery models such as Online, Onsite, Offshore that answer all the Training needs of individuals and organizations across the globe.



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