CompTIA Councils

  • CompTIA Industry Advisory Councils’ Summer Meeting Sets a Path for Emerging Tech and More

    by Chris Phillips  | July 05, 2018
    The CompTIA Industry Advisory Council members came together for their summer working meeting last month with goals to understand emerging technology ecosystems, educate on alternative routes to market, identify best practice standards, and stay informed on CompTIA’s policy and advocacy efforts.
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  • Drones: An Artificial Intelligence Game Changer

    by Frank Segarra  | April 13, 2018
    An essential ingredient of artificial intelligence is accurate mapping, whether it’s a building, a farm or the entire planet, and drones are changing the cost equation for rapid mapping at a fast pace. Find out how.
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  • CompTIA’s Joint Industry Advisory Council Meeting Brings Together Realigned Councils

    by CompTIA  | March 29, 2018
    CompTIA’s Joint Industry Advisory Council leaders came together for a spring working group at the Westin Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Hotel this month – meeting for the first time since their recent dynamic realignment.
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  • Drones Take Off at CompTIA Advisory Councils Meeting

    by Miles Jobgen  | March 16, 2018
    Opportunities for drone-based services are exploding. But as with any emerging technology market, the tech and its applications are moving faster than regulations and our own ability to comprehend potential repercussions can keep up. Getting ahead of this bisection is vital for the drone service industry – and the DRAC is here to help.
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  • ChannelTrends: A Look at the Past, Present, and Future of the Channel

    by Brian Sherman  | December 28, 2017
    The channel’s future won’t solely depend on IoT, cybersecurity and advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning. Core technology competencies such as remote monitoring and remediation, backup and disaster recovery, cloud management, and desktop/ mobility device support will be needed more than ever.
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  • Tech Transformation Creates Career Opportunity for Seasoned Pro

    by Brian Sherman  | November 28, 2017
    The tech industry has undergone a tremendous transformation in the twenty-two years since Jason Bystrak joined Ingram Micro. He started out as inside rep and worked his way up the ranks to the executive level of a Fortune 500 organization, taking advantage of the opportunities innovation brought his way.
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  • The Channel Shifts to SaaS

    by Carolyn April  | October 03, 2017
    SaaS has become a standard for MSPs. Channel firms that don’t offer these solutions and all their related support services risk losing customers and revenue streams to the competition or even to their clients’ in-house tech teams.
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  • The Specialized Partner: CompTIA Councils Analyze the Opportunities at ChannelCon

    by Brian Sherman  | August 15, 2017
    Business technology is no longer just about the components and networks. With the focus shifting to problem-solving, efficiency, and differentiation, it's creating opportunities for channel companies to partner with CPAs, attorneys and other specialists. That's why CompTIA Council members made it a major topic of their joint meeting conversation at ChannelCon.
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  • Master Alternate Channels with the New Business Application Advisory Council

    by Brian Sherman  | March 31, 2017
    CompTIA’s new Business Application Advisory Council (BAAC) is a prime example of the association's forward-thinking philosophy. Tasked with examining and creating initiatives around the complex and rapidly evolving business arena for technology, the group tackled channel transformation and a host of other related topics at this years's Annual Member Meeting. What should IT vendors and providers expect in the future?
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  • What Customers Say When You Ask the Right Questions: Lessons from CompTIA AMM

    by Brian Sherman  | March 28, 2017
    As members of the CompTIA End User Commission emphasized during their open forum discussion with the joint CompTIA Councils and Communities at AMM, IT providers need to engage in deeper, broader conversations with their business customers. The most successful VARs and MSPs are those who are truly enlightened on the unique needs of their clients.How do they do it? Read on...
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