One thing became very clear by the time this year’s CompTIA ChannelCon ended — this is an organization every VAR, MSP (managed services provider), integrator, and solutions provider should leverage. CompTIA is probably best known for its certifications, and it’s due to those certifications and the revenue they bring in that the nonprofit can afford to so generously serve the IT community.
CompTIA ChannelCon 2015’s focus, Aug. 3-5 in Chicago, is the evolving IT channel.
At Channel Transitions Newark powered by Business Solutions on June 4 at the DoubleTree Newark Airport, Rob Cosentino, manager, CompTIA Business Trustmark, explained what a Trustmark is, how it can help impact businesses, and some of the Trustmark’s important features and qualifications. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Adam Alter will be the keynote speaker for CompTIA’s annual ChannelCon, set to take place in Chicago from August 3 to 5 and with the theme “Minds In Motion.”
Last week, CompTIA announced the retirement of the TechAmerica name, opting for a unified brand for advocacy efforts. CompTIA, which acquired TechAmerica in May 2014, plans to build on the accomplishments of the association’s local, state, federal, and international advocacy efforts under the CompTIA name.
Awareness and adoption of managed services, particularly for information technology (IT) needs, is on the upswing, according to the latest research from CompTIA.
IT companies are having trouble finding skilled workers for many positions, while large numbers of young people struggle to find well-paying jobs that lead to a solid career.
As information technology solutions become increasingly important for determining the success of businesses, companies are devoting more and more resources to IT spending and hiring, according to a study by CompTIA, the IT industry association.
Do you know someone who is a future leader in the IT industry? You can nominate promising young IT professionals for CompTIA’s annual ChannelChangers Awards, now through June 22.
Creating IT Futures, the philanthropic arm of CompTIA, has released the Federal Technology Convergence Commission Report to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), highlighting how converged technologies could redefine government communication, cooperation, and the way federal agencies address the nation’s most significant issues.