Innovians Technologies provides professional level Training for Dedicated Server Management, based on current industry standards, requirements and trends.

Dedicated server is a single computer  network reserved for serving the needs of the network. Some  networks need  that one computer be keep aside to manage the communications between all the other computers. A dedicated server can  also be a computer that manages the  resources of the printers.

Features of dedicated server

  • Website Hosting.
  • Game Server Hosting.
  • Virtual Private Networks
  • Data Syncing.
  • Communication Services.
  • You Can Do a Lot with Dedicated Servers.

Who can get Benefits from this Training?

  • Software engineers
  • Web Developers
  • Backend Developers

Why to Organize Corporate Training's ?

  • To Enhance Employee Performance
  • To Attract & Retain Talent
  • To Improves Company’s Service Quality
  • To Strengthen Culture & Thought Diversity
  • To Nurture Innovative Ideas
  • To Reduce Skill-Gaps

Why Choose Innovians Technologies to be your Training Partner ?

  • Customized training Programmes.
  • Flexible Training Schedule -  Training can be delivered as per client preferred dates.
  • Hands-on Training.
  • Ability to handle Corporate Training Requirements in Short Span of Time.
  • Both Onsite and Offsite Training Model
  • Flexible Group Size.
  • Lowest Rates and big savings to your budget
  • Most advanced Training Resources –structured course material.
  • Heightened Quality of service
  • Faster Business growth
  • Help your organisation stay competitive
  • Save time and decrease costs
  • Prevent disastrous IT errors; maintain compliances
  • Increase motivational levels
  • Instil confidence in new recruits
  • Increase staff efficiency and productivity levels
  • Decrease employee turnover and attrition
  • Cost Effective Training
  • Awarded as Top 10 Corporate Training Provider by Start Up City &
  • Awarded as Best Company in Skill Development by The CEO Story

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