Kenya engineering students get free Microsoft software

Wednesday 15 May 2013 | 12:15 CET | News
The Kenyan section of the global Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE, read as 'I triple E',) said it is continuing its partnership with Microsoft, under which a wide selection of software is provided to IEEE student members and graduate student members for free. IEEE Kenya section chairman Vincent Kaabunga said IEEE students' members in Kenya enjoyed access to free Microsoft software worth KES 50 million on 07 May. The value is expected to rise to KES 100 million this year. following growth in IEEE Kenya student members registered.

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Categories: IT
Companies: IBM / Microsoft
Countries: Kenya
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