Acronis announces training partnership with qSkills

Acronis announces training partnership with qSkills-01

Acronis, a global service provider of cyber protection, today announced it is entering into a training partnership with German qSkills. The Nuremberg-based company qSkills will be offering partners and end users across EMEA comprehensive training for Acronis solutions.

The exclusive training partnership with qSkills will allow Acronis to provide end users and partners with high-quality workshops and certification courses on Acronis cyber protection solutions.

Working with small groups, experienced instructors will share their comprehensive expertise and answer any specific questions participants may have. State-of-the-art training methods will ensure everyone is able to easily put the theory into practice.

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“Workshops and certification courses help our partners and customers gain a technical understanding of data protection and cyber security in business contexts. qSkills is a competent training partner for the EMEA region and is well versed in data protection as well as cyber security,” reports Markus Bauer, Technology Evangelist EMEA for Acronis.

“We’re delighted to be adding workshops for Acronis cyber protection solutions to our portfolio of services, and supporting the company by helping people gain a deeper understanding of Acronis,” says Christian Jacobs, CEO of qSkills. “As soon as a minimum of two participants sign up for a workshop, we guarantee it will go ahead. This allows companies to plan reliably and benefit from hands-on training. We also offer a wide range of formats, from classic classroom seminars to online workshops to hybrid models.”

In addition to Acronis training courses, qSkills also offers workshops on subjects such as data security, IT security, cloud technology, and data centre technology.

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