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There’s quite a bit to announce this month in the land of Citrix and what better way to do it than via one giant download!

Firstly, we recently launched our Citrix Complete NetScaler Bundle Promo where you can gain both your Unified Gateway and Traffic Management certifications on Netscaler in 7 days at the never-to-be-beaten price of $7,120 inc GST.

DDLS is also very proud to announce we have scheduled for the first time in Australia, the CXD-400 Designing App and Desktop Solutions with Citrix XenDesktop course for all our faithful Citrites. We have a date published for 28 August which will be available nationally, so please click on the link above for more information.

CXD-400 will be available via our DDLS Anywhere service, which, if you’re not familiar with it, allows students to attend from one of our DDLS locations in all major cities, from your workplace, or from the comfort of your own home.

And finally, the new CMB-310 XenApp, XenDesktop, and Provisioning Services 7.1x Administration (Fast Track) course, which is an update to the outgoing CMB-300 Fast Track course, is now available at DDLS.

As always, please speak with your DDLS Account Manager or call 1800 ULEARN (853 276).

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