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Migra la infraestructura TIC de tus clientes a Linux con Zentyal y Canonical

César López and Maria Bonnefon
Zentyal y Canonical anunciaron recientemente un acuerdo estratégico a nivel mundial para ofrecer una alternativa Linux fácil de usar a la infraestructura TIC de las pymes. Los Partners Autorizados de Zentyal pueden ahora proveer soluciones Linux completas para las pequeñas y medianas empresas, contando con el apoyo total de Canonical.

Únete al webinario con César López de Zentyal y Maria Bonnefon de Canonical para aprender más sobre los beneficios que este acuerdo ofrece a tu negocio.

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Jun 27 2012
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Migra la infraestructura TIC de tus clientes a Linux con Zentyal y Canonical
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