CompTIA, the IT industry trade association, said recently it is evolving and expanding its engagement in public advocacy to advance policies that drive innovation and growth in the digital economy.
CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, applauds the efforts of the U.S.
Organizations are growing more knowledgeable and comfortable with the concept of managed services and are making more use of the option for their information technology (IT) needs, according to new research released recently by CompTIA, the IT industry trade association.
Executives from 20 of the leading companies in the information technology (IT) industry channel have been named to the CompTIA Partner Advisory Council for 2015-16, the IT industry association announced recently.
CompTIA recently announced its Senior Vice President of Industry Relations Nancy Hammervik is one of the industry’s “Top 50 Channel Influencers.” Presented by Penton Technology Group and The VAR Guy, the global list identifies the top experts from all corners of the channel and celebrates their growing influence and continued contributions to the IT channel’s health and prosperity.
CompTIA launches the New and Emerging Technologies (NET) Committee to address the impacts of social media, big data and data analytics, cloud, mobility, and the Internet of Things.
CompTIA recently announced Professor Adam Alter will keynote ChannelCon 2015, the premier networking and training event for today’s leading and emerging IT vendors, distributors and channel partners.
As small businesses across the country mark National Small Business Week May 4-8, CompTIA, the IT industry association, offered some perspective on the evolving relationship between small business and technology.
CompTIA, the leader in vendor-neutral skills certifications for the world’s information technology (IT) workforce, said recently it has launched new exams for the CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI certification, an internationally recognized credential that validates technical competencies required for junior-level Linux administrators.
CompTIA, the IT industry association, recently announced nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 ChannelChangers awards program.