We have developed strong relationships with industry leaders. These are the partners that we work with:
Linux Professional Institute (LPI) - East Africa Master Affiliate
The purpose of LPI is to enable economic and creative opportunities for everybody by making open source knowledge and skills certification universally accessible.Thereâ€™s a cultural shift challenging the concept of â€˜business as usualâ€™. LPI and the open source movement positively plays into this, challenging the status quo in proprietary corporate ownership of code; as an alternative means of getting an education and skills recognition; in helping developing nations and their citizens succeed; and in knocking down barriers of entry for people and businesses. In short, leveling the economic playing field and providing access for all.
LPI is about the ideal of enabling economic and creative opportunities for everybody through open source adoption, knowledge, and skills certification.
LCG is the first company to deliver Linux Professional Institute (LPI) certification training in Kenya. Since 2010, we are the LPI Master Affiliate for Eastern Africa, covering 7 countries including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan. LPI is the global leader in vendor neutral Linux and open source certification and itâ€™s head quarters are in Montreal, Canada.
PECB Approved Partner
PECB is a certification body for persons, management systems, and products on a wide range of international standards. As a global provider of training, examination, audit, and certification services, PECB offers its expertise on multiple fields, including but not limited to Information Security, IT, Business Continuity, Service Management, Quality Management Systems, Risk & Management, Health, Safety, and Environment.
PECB helps professionals and organizations to show commitment and competence with internationally recognized standards by providing this assurance through the education, evaluation and certification against rigorous, internationally recognized competence requirements. Our mission is to provide our clients comprehensive services that inspire trust, continual improvement, demonstrate recognition, and benefit society as a whole.
xTuple Solution provider
xTuple helps companies of all sizes successfully implement powerful, and easy-to-use, open source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to grow their business profitably. Delivering enterprise-class technology products and services at an affordable cost â€” one of the lowest Total Cost of Ownership of any ERP system on the market.
Alien Vault - Approved Managed Security Services Provider
Alien Vault was founded AlienVault to help organizations of all shapes and sizes achieve world-class security without the headaches and huge expense of other solutions. And we are passionate about our mission.
Why Weâ€™re Different
To give our customers the very best threat detection and response, our unified platform â€“ AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) â€“ combines 5 key security capabilities with expert threat intelligence that is updated every 30 minutes with data from the Open Threat Exchange (OTX) that has been analyzed and classified by our AlienVault Labs team.
Every day, AlienVault Labs analyzes an immense amount of data submitted to OTX by more than 37,000 participants from 140+ countries. Weâ€™re proud to say that OTX is the worldâ€™s first truly open threat intelligence community that enables collaborative defense with actionable, community-powered threat intelligence.
Kenya ICT Authority
Through our partnership with the Kenya ICT Authority, we participate in the Presidential Digital Talent Programme established to offer practical work skills to fresh graduates from Kenyan Universities. We offer internships, mentorship, training and certification on Linux based on the LPI certifications. This programme plays a key role in hlping equip IT graduates with practical on the job skills and technical skills. Our involvement is a clear indication of our commitment to play an active role in the development of the local IT industry.