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CompTIA HallmarksCompTIA is a not-for-profit global trade association committed to growing IT businesses and careers. With over 30+ years’ experience, today we serve approximately 75,000 premier members, registered users and have issued more than 2 million IT certifications. IT channel companies can join as premier members and individuals can sign up as registered users and gain access to limited online content and communities. Go to www.CompTIA.org to explore unlimited resources.

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CompTIA Inc. is an IT association offering members educational programs, market research, networking events, and public policy advocacy.

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April 7th, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
Want to know what the next generation wants in a tech career? The best info can be gleaned face to face. - read more
 
April 5th, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
In this audio podcast, CompTIA’s president and CEO, Todd Thibodeaux and Senior Vice President Dan Liutikas shared their thoughts on CompTIA’s upcoming Annual Member Meeting and Colloquium events taking place April 7th and 8th at the Swisshotel in Chicago. Click Todd_Dan_Events to listen! - read more
 
April 5th, 2010
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Access to research, education, networking programs, and more are now available for just $20 per month. - read more
 
April 2nd, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
You know the saying “it’s all over but the shouting”? That’s probably a good characterization of where we are now with health care reform. It’s been passed. It’s been signed. And as it loosens it’s myopic mental hold on DC politics, the hard realities for US businesses of all sizes will start to take shape. In the IT industry, and for solution providers in particular there are going to be a new set of challenges. - read more
 
April 2nd, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
An often quoted Albert Einstein definition for insanity is “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Based on this definition, most of us must be one card short of a full deck.  Our tendency in business is to play it safe and follow the pack; yet, none of us goes into business with the goal of being average. - read more
 
March 31st, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
In many ways I’m a very logical and practical guy. I try to plan my day in a logical and practical order.  It doesn’t always work out that way of course, but that’s OK - life is chaotic. I still try. I like to do things that make sense and that, for the most part, have some intrinsic value. - read more
 
March 30th, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
I have to admit I’m one of the few people who have been a devotee of the tablet PC interface since almost the beginning. I had one of the first Compaq units that was powered by the software-based Transmeta CPU. It was small and light, had a bunch of accessories, was really slow to boot and couldn’t handle more than a few apps at a time. I used a Fujitsu model for a period of time too. - read more
 
March 29th, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
Many technology businesses grow without ever putting a business plan together.  Even though they know the value of building a business plan they never seem to have the time to put one together. So why go through the trouble of building a business plan? - read more
 
March 25th, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
The raging debate on healthcare in the United States set the stage for another momentous event this week; a conference call with members of the CompTIA Healthcare IT Community. - read more
 
March 23rd, 2010
Blog Entry | CompTIA
MSP Partners has just published its 2010 IPED managed services research and education courses and the emerging industry trends are truly compelling! The findings I will be discussing in this article are based on research conducted in December 2009 and January 2010. - read more
 

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