The Spanish chamber of commerce will hold its ninth "Spanish technology and innovation in Chile" meeting on June 14-16 at the Intercontinental Hotel in capital Santiago, the chamber announced.
During the event, the innovation in Chile prize will be awarded to the SME that has best innovated in its business model via adopting software and technologies.
SMEs interested in applying for the prize may submit applications by May 27.
Chile's Universidad Central will incorporate the curricula set forth in the "Red Hat Academy" program, US Linux operating systems provider Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) announced.
The program's objective is to collaborate with the academic community in open source software training, said Cecilia Arrillaga, Red Hat's education director for Latin America's southern and Andean region. Registered institutions receive Red Hat subscriptions for academic use and can access online training on system administration.
In Chile, Universidad Central joins fellow institutions Inacap and Duoc UC. The Red Hat program has also been launched with academic institutions in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico and Colombia.
Latin American digital legal publishing and research firm Microjuris.com has chosen network backup provider Arkeia Software's solution to back up critical customer data, Arkeia announced in a statement.
Before implementing Arkeia, Microjuris - which has offices in Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Argentina and Chile - relied on solutions developed in-house at each of its locations, which led to slow backups and unreliable restores, according to the release.
Brazil's Stefanini IT Solutions has been listed among the top 100 world's best outsourcing advisers by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals, the company reported.
Stefanini was also recently listed on Gartner's leaders quadrant for help desk outsourcing in North America.