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Singapore's tertiary institution, the Republic Polytechnic have teamed up with BMC Software to offer students an Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) diploma. Students will be introduced to best practices including ITIL. The diploma has been introduced as a direct result of the IT skills shortage in Singapore and Asia Pacific for highly skilled IT professionals. The first batch of students will graduate in March 2009.
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