Technology is not just the platform and course management system to be used in offering the collaboration. It also includes knowing what technology the potential market has access to, the band width in the countries and sub-regions of countries, costs of access to the internet, and even time zone issues that affect utilization. Latin America has long used satellite transmission and radio transmission for certificate/diploma programs since these technologies have been available. Switching to the internet to transmit educational programs is a new way of doing this, and the potential students need to have access to the technology. And they need to want to do so. One of the lessons obtained from the Ulster collaboration was that the marketing study showed that students in northern Europe had ready access to the internet and to the technology to access it. At the same time the further south in Europe one went the less likely it was that potential students would access the internet either because of no interest or because there was not ready access. A question for the partnership with ITESO is that once it expands beyond the regional area served by ITESO, will potential students have the technology and access to participate. In some cases this may require a commitment from the person's employer to provide access through the corporate network.