Support for Identity Lifecycle Management (ILM) ended in July 2017, and mainstream support for Microsoft’s Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 ends in October 2017. As a result, more and more organizations are thinking about upgrading to MIM.
Our recent “Upgrading to MIM: Benefits and Best Practices” webinar which took place in May2017 had a recording number of registrations and you can still view a recording of it.
We have seen a huge increase in demand for our industry-leading MIM courses.
“If you’re considering MIM, don’t proceed without Oxford Computer Group’s world-class training,” said a large University in the US following a recent private MIM Foundation Course. “ Without it, our complex identity management project could not have succeeded.”
A choice of levels and ways to learn
Everyone’s needs and learning styles are different, so we offer a choice of modes of study:
- Live instructor-led courses – Attend our MIM courses in the classroom or from anywhere via Skype.
- Online self-paced courses – Take our MIM Foundation and MIM Advanced courses at your own pace with the support of a dedicated tutor.
- Private courses – If you have a number of people to train, we can come to you.
400% increase in “remote” learning!
The number of students attending our instructor-led classes via Skype has increased by almost 400% year on year, and feedback has been excellent!
“At first, I was hesitant about doing the course remotely, but I would have no concerns now,” said a student on a recent MIM Expert course. “I was in Pacific time zone, other students were in EST zone, the instructor was in the UK, and everything worked great!”
In addition, demand for our online MIM Foundation and MIM Advanced courses has increased by more than 30%, and private courses are also proving more popular than ever, particularly with educational institutions.
All our courses are listed here.