Employment in the U.S. information technology (IT) sector ended 2016 on a positive note, adding 5,100 new positions, according to the CompTIA IT Employment Trackerreleased recently by CompTIA, the world’s leading technology association.
Information technology (IT) industry channel firms are caught up in a dichotomy over where cloud computing fits into their business, news research from CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology industry, reveals.
Barracuda Networks, Inc. recently announced the launch of a virtual version of Barracuda Backup – Intronis MSP Edition. Available now in North America and Europe, the virtual appliance is sold as a subscription and leverages Barracuda’s award-winning technology to protect both physical and virtual environments.
CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology industry, recently announced the availability of two new industry standards for IT channel companies, part of its ongoing effort to promote the adoption and usage of best business practices.
KnowBe4 Inc., the most popular integrated platform for security awareness training and simulated phishing tests, released its Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training in twenty-six language versions.
Money-making opportunities associated with the Internet of Things (IoT) are coming into focus for companies across the information technology (IT) channel, new research from the technology industry trade association CompTIA reveals.
Kristian Wright, MD for Inbay and CompTIA’s UK chair, is pleased to note Inbay is continuing to earn more business in the US MSP partner community.
KnowBe4, America’s most popular integrated security awareness training and phishing platform announced its explosive year over year growth of 454% for Q2 2016, with a record number of 655 new corporate accounts in June alone, rising to nearly 5,000 enterprise accounts combined with a very robust 86% customer retention rate.
Anticipating strong customer demand for the next waves of digital business technologies, information technology (IT) industry executives view the year ahead with a general sense of optimism, according to the IT Industry Outlook 2016 released recently by CompTIA, the industry’s nonprofit trade association.
CompTIA, the information technology (IT) industry association, announced recently that each of its premier members are eligible to receive 50 free seats for CompTIA CyberSecure, an innovative new training course on the cybersecurity best practices that are vital to protecting a business.