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IT Network is to educate the channel. The company is providing specialist IT training videos from its Web site, designed to provide resellers and end users with relevant and concise information about the information technology world. Richard Williams, editor of the IT Network, said: “In an information age where having immediate access to the right information is essential, while keeping costs to a minimum, the IT Network training videos come into their own. Flexibility is the key in today’s workplace and the IT Network is dedicated to providing a free authoritative information service that adapts to working life.” The videos are a series of half hour technology guides. The IT Network says that the videos are there to provide relevant information without incurring the usual high costs associated with IT training. Registered users of the IT Network can access the videos as many times as they want, 24 hours a day and without charge. Each video comes with a transcript and is linked to other Web pages with relevant and useful information. Topics covered in the currently available videos include: CTI, data security, digital video, multimedia and DVD, NT Migration, removable storage and SAN storage management. There is another series planned which will cover areas such as voice over IP, remote access technologies, network management, mobile computing and telecommunications. ®

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