Aventail Expands Worldwide Customer Training Program for Secure Remote Access to Asia/Pacific

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Based on overwhelming success and demand for Aventail's customer training program in North America and Europe, leading SSL VPN provider Aventail today announced that it has expanded its worldwide customer training program to Asia/Pacific.

Overwhelming success and customer interest in SSL VPNs in North America and Europe creates demand for Asia/Pacific expansion; classes now available in Singapore and Australia.

Based on overwhelming success and demand for Aventail's customer training program in North America and Europe, leading SSL VPN provider Aventail today announced that it has expanded its worldwide customer training program to Asia/Pacific. Taught by Aventail experts, the customer training program arms customers with the information that they need to maximize their success and return on investment (ROI) for their secure remote access solution. Classes are now available in Australia and Singapore, in addition to North American and the UK. More information on the program and class schedules can be found at: http://www.aventail.com/products/training/

"Customer demand and interest has been overwhelming since the launch of our worldwide training program in 2006. Customers are searching for more detailed information on SSL VPNs," said Chris Manly, training manager at Aventail. "We have expanded our course curriculum and now offer training programs twice a month in different regions around the world."

About the Customer Program
Using feedback from customers and partners, Aventail designed its training program to address customers' interests and security needs. Customers are trained by certified Aventail expert trainers and experience hands-on exercises solving real-world problems. The course is designed as a three day session with lectures, demonstrations and hands-on lab exercises with class size limited to less than 20 participants. It gives participants information on: the basic understanding of networking and networking technologies; the basics of VPN technology; the administration and management of the Aventail SSL VPN appliance; accelerating the ROI of their Aventail solutions; and advanced features for added security and end-user ease of use. It also gives participants a check-list of security best practices.

"The Aventail class was one of the best training courses I have attended," said James Gover, Network Security Specialist, Quest Diagnostics. "I learned how to get the most out of our secure remote access solution, and to increase the security of my network. I would highly recommend the course to others."

For more information, or to sign up for the upcoming April 11-13, 2007, class in Australia or the April 25-27, 2007, class in Singapore, go to: http://www.aventail.com/products/training/

About Aventail
Aventail is the best-of-breed remote access company. Aventail delivered the first SSL VPN solution in 1997 and today is a market leader, delivering a remote access control solution that is the easiest to use and easiest to control. Aventail SSL VPN appliances provide users with transparent, clientless access to more applications from more devices via any network environment. For network managers, Aventail delivers a single secure access gateway for all users, internal and external, to all network resources with complete security. With more than 2.5 million end users around the globe, Aventail is the SSL VPN of choice among mid-sized to large-sized organizations worldwide, including AT&T, Chicago Housing Authority, DePaul University, DuPont, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), IBM Global Services, James Richardson International, Mississippi Department of Corrections, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Overlake Hospital, Radiology Ltd., and Sanyo. For more information, go to http://www.aventail.com.

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