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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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Downers Grove, IL 60515-5439
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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 4th, 2010
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The Computer Outlook Talk Show and the CompTIA Educational Foundation are launching a new talk show series that will discuss the training and educational opportunities available to underprivileged and under-represented individuals, who normally could not afford the training on their own to work in the IT industry.  - read more
 
February 3rd, 2010
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Prior to concluding the formal meeting sessions for day one in Tampa, the group held a lively interactive workshop to determine the key issues not being addressed by the services industry. This is always a great time to be in the meetings, to see the topics each company (and their representatives) is passionate about. - read more
 
February 3rd, 2010
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When you take on a new project and commit to a delivery date, how often are you able to meet that demand? As organizations grow and services/technologies get more complex, the task becomes even more difficult. Major project and service plans require a substantial amount of planning and painstaking attention to timelines, and the right people in charge to properly fulfill contract stipulations. - read more
 
February 3rd, 2010
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After a round of personal introductions, attendees at the two-day IT Services and Support Executive Forum meeting in Tampa started out with an interactive discussion by Heather Clancy on “Refining Your IT Services Strategy: 10 Trends and Technologies.” The renowned technology author and former editor of Computer Reseller News (CRN) has written articles for Entrepreneur magazin - read more
 
February 3rd, 2010
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The phrase “in this difficult economy” is used so frequently these days that it has become a drinking game in some circles.  Count the number of times the phrase is used in your local evening newscast to see why it has become popular to raise a glass at every mention. - read more
 
February 3rd, 2010
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The CompTIA IT Services and Support Executive Forum will kick off its first meeting of 2010 in Tampa later today, with a host of industry executives and thought leaders in attendance. The group heads to the “Sunshine State” with high expectations for the industry and many impactful topics on the schedule. - read more
 
February 2nd, 2010
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Results are in. The great majority of members are satisfied with their CompTIA membership. Are you one of them? Every single one of us at CompTIA certainly hopes so! And odds are, as the data shows, your satisfaction could be even higher the more familiar you are with the benefits and more engaged you are with CompTIA. - read more
 
January 27th, 2010
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Got a vacation house? Extra seats to a sports event? We've got a way to help you turn them into tax deductions. - read more
 
January 26th, 2010
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We’ve listened to your feedback on our recent certification policy changes, and now we’re taking action. Today we made changes to the policy announced January 11, 2010. - read more
 
January 25th, 2010
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I got a kick out of an analysis of a recent hack.  After the RockYou application was hacked in December, exposing 32 million consumer passwords, security vendor Imperva analyzed the passwords to discover the most commonly used ones.  Remarkably, they are the same passwords many of us listed as the worst passwords you could possibly use back in - read more
 

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