Among the trends shaping the workplace of the future are increasingly blurred lines between personal and work lives, a greater emphasis on social media engagement, and stronger views on technology, according to new research from CompTIA, the IT industry association.
Job requirements and responsibilities for IT professionals are becoming more complicated as organizations become more digital, according to new research from CompTIA.
Eight in ten industry executives have taken some action to understand growing Internet of Things (IoT) opportunities as public and private sector organizations seek new ways to leverage connectivity.
A survey of 650 business and technology professionals reveals that the recent hype around “Rogue IT” is actually benefitting channel partners. According to CompTIA’s study, Building Digital Organizations, there has been a reduction in the complete side-stepping of IT as businesses are learning their lessons from their own missteps and the press surrounding mistakes of others.
In the CompTIA Quick Start Guide Cash Management Strategies: A Practical Guide For Solutions Providers, the guide’s authors point out the differences between “strategic” and “tactical” cash management.
Most IT solutions providers offer some type of backup and business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) solution. According to CompTIA’s Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery Overview, it’s a natural extension of their other offerings.
The CompTIA paper, “The Mobility Ecosystem,” says mobility, a trend born in the consumer market, continues to increase in enterprise potential. Varied and complex, mobility introduces devices, applications, and connections different from those traditionally used in businesses.
CompTIA’s guide, “Accelerating Your Cloud Business a Practical Guide for Solution Providers,” explains how businesses can take advantage of opportunities in the cloud. Because solutions providers have gained their clients’ trust and have knowledge of their needs, they are in an excellent position to help their clients choose the best cloud options.
CompTIA’s Quick Start Guide Profitable Partnering offers strategies for managing conflict and getting the most out of your vendor partnerships.
Among the resources on CompTIA’s website is the Quick Start Guide Understanding Your Balance Sheet. In addition to an explanation, in detail, of your balance sheet, the guide also lists some popular misconceptions about balance sheets.
Business Solutions subscribers can access discounts on membership fees and the Managed Services Trustmark thanks to our partnership with CompTIA.
In today’s digital world terms like hacker, virus and worm are widely recognized. But in November 1988 remote breaching was unheard of, at least until the Morris worm was unleashed. In less than a day the first instance of a worm distributed across the Internet affected 10 percent of Internet-connect computers across the United States, inflicting an estimated $100M in financial losses.
This webinar will provide key steps to success as a managed print services (MPS) provider.
More blurring of lines between personal and work lives, a greater emphasis on social media engagement and stronger views on technology are some of the trends that may shape the workplace of the future, new research released this week by CompTIA, the IT industry association, suggests.
All three components of the CompTIA IT Industry Business Confidence Index— executives’ opinions of the U.S. economy, the IT industry and their own company — recorded gains in Q4, with the rating of the overall economy achieving the largest increase.
CompTIA, the information technology (IT) industry association and a global leader in certification and education on a range of technology skills, recently introduced a new training course aimed at building cybersecurity awareness and knowledge throughout organizations.