CompTIA’s study on managed IT services reveals opportunities for market growth through customer education. The study shows that users of managed IT services are highly satisfied with the services they’re currently receiving, but at the same time, growth in the sector is only modest — CompTIA estimates about 3 in 10 organizations are using some form of managed services. This gap may be due to the fact that organizations and managers are not fully aware of the practical difference between in-house IT services and those that are handled by managed services providers (MSPs).
Cloud Computing Study Indicates Challenge Is To Keep Up With Demand
According to CompTIA's 4th Annual Trends in Cloud Computing study, the cloud market is maturing with revenue and profits growing. Along with this good news, however, there is also some evidence that the cloud market is experiencing growing pains.
Top Channel Tweets — ChannelCon2013
Here are some interesting, inspiring, and informative tweets from CompTIA’s ChannelCon that wrapped up Wednesday in Orlando, FL.
CompTIA Opens Registration, Issues Call For Speakers For ChannelCon 2014
CompTIA, the leading non-profit association for the information technology (IT) industry, recently announced the opening of registration for ChannelCon 2014, the premier partnering and training event for IT vendors, distributors and channel partners.
CompTIA Opens New Chapter As 2014 Annual Member Meeting Closes
CompTIA, the leading non-profit association for the information technology (IT) industry, used the occasion of its 2014 Annual Member Meeting here this week to introduce a new membership model, making its content, programs and resources available to a broader audience.
New Executive Certificate In Business Agility Highlights Spring 2014 Channel Training Curriculum From CompTIA
A program to help executives align their technology businesses with today’s market realities is one of several new educational offerings available to information technology (IT) channel companies through CompTIA, the non-profit association for the industry.
IT Industry Executive David P. Smith Honored With CompTIA Lifetime Achievement Award
A veteran information technology (IT) industry executive who’s worked for decades to strengthen CompTIA and its services community, and to create career opportunities for more people, is the recipient of the 2014 CompTIA Lifetime Achievement Award, the non-profit association for the IT industry announced recently.
CompTIA Mobility+ Part Of New Dual Certification Program From Fiberlink, An IBM Company
CompTIA, the leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications for the information technology (IT) workforce, said recently its CompTIA Mobility+ credential is part of a new dual-certification program introduced by Fiberlink, an IBM company and leader in enterprise mobility management (EMM).
Modest Managed Services Adoption Suggests More Customer Education Is Needed, CompTIA Research Finds
Modest customer uptake of managed information technology (IT) services may signal the need more end user awareness and education about the businesses benefits of the service delivery model, according to new research released recently by CompTIA, the non-profit association for the IT industry.