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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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February 10th, 2010
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MSPs, VARs, vendors and other service providers converged in Toronto this morning for a meeting of the IT Services and Support Executive Forum. Excitement among the attendees was very high, with many expressing optimism at 2010 business and revenue prospects. - read more
 
February 10th, 2010
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After several cycles of tough international economic conditions, CompTIA’s IT Services and Support Executive Forum will highlight the industry opportunities at its first 2010 meeting in Canada. - read more
 
February 9th, 2010
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As the economy starts to turn around, one positive that can be taken from the economic downturn is that business executives see the value of IT increasing (according to a recent report from Accenture and the Economist). The majority of the executives questioned said that the economic downturn has increased awareness among business unit managers of the importance of the company’s IT objectives to the overall business. - read more
 
February 9th, 2010
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Something that has occupied a lot of my thinking lately is the development of an industry-wide standard for managed services.  No matter who I talk to, from large OEM manufactures to the smallest of service providers, each sees value in the development of a standard that clearly communicates an MSP’s managed services proficiency to their customers, partners and vendors.  A standard would significantly help promote managed services to - read more
 
February 9th, 2010
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Pick up any technical journal, read any relevant blog, talk to any industry pundit and you can’t help but notice that there’s a lot of confusion in the cloud marketplace today. - read more
 
February 9th, 2010
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Good, timely information is valuable.  A recent trip to New York reminded me of this when my wife and I made a last minute decision to eat at a trendy restaurant in SoHo. - read more
 
February 9th, 2010
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It seems to me that a good starting point of any managed services conversation is to agree just what managed services are.  Though there are a lot of definitions that have been floated in the technology field, I like the definition that we at CompTIA vetted in managed services research last Fall, based on its simplicity and directness. - read more
 
February 9th, 2010
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Xerox will sponsor the CompTIA Educational Foundation’s 2010 Creating Futures Charity Golf Classic and the First Annual Creating Futures Charity Miniature Golf tournament. - read more
 
February 4th, 2010
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Jean Mork Bredson of Service800 concluded the presentations at the IT Services and Support Executive Forum meeting with a ServiceMetric Benchmark Program Update. The 2009 Survey of approximately 250,000 service customers included queries on a variety of service-related questions. - read more
 
February 4th, 2010
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Day two of the CompTIA IT Services and Support Executive Forum meeting is in full swing today, as the attendees concluded a networking breakfast and moved quickly into an update on public policies. The association represents the interests of IT services companies and communicates the top issues affecting the industry on a regular basis. - read more
 

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