CGA (Advanced Management Centre) - ICT Schools Network

ICT Schools Network

It is the Andalusian ICT schools network. This network consist of more than 1000 schools integrated in the same network. It is managed in a centralized way using open source software by the CGA.

All ICT schools are integrated in a same network, the Junta de Andalucia's corporative network. The rest of the Andalucian Government branches are in that network too, but they are not managed by CGA.

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