You can’t get a job or successfully run a business without all the right tools. In the ever-changing information technology industry, education is essential. CompTIA’s information technology education efforts include a comprehensive suite of IT channel training, a variety of events and meetings and a steady stream of research and market intelligence studies. Everything is designed to help you succeed.
Whether you’re an IT industry rookie or a seasoned IT pro, rest assured we have something for you. Our information technology education and training content and materials are the result of a collaborative, CompTIA community-led development effort. We adhere to this IT industry-leading development process to offer the IT channel relevant, timely IT education content presented in an interactive format that caters to the way adults learn best. We’re constantly adding to and updating our existing vendor-neutral IT education to keep ourselves one step ahead of the curve. It’s this insight that helps IT channel companies diversify, grow and strengthen their businesses.
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The sole purpose of CompTIA events and meetings is to bring the information technology community together. When IT leaders and experts converge the possibilities are endless. There’s always something going on, but ChannelCon, our Annual Member Meeting and our EMEA Member and Partner Conference draw the most solution providers, vendors, distributors, and media each year. While there’s no substitute for the value you’ll get from face-to-face business networking, we also offer a variety of virtual events and webinars to enhance your business.
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Research and Market Intelligence
Every year, CompTIA produces a steady stream of IT research and market intelligence studies that provide members with timely, relevant data and assessments that can be put into action in business and marketing plans, education and sales strategies. Our information technology research team collects data from tens of thousands of end-users and technology companies on a wide range of issues covering technology trends, channel dynamics and the IT workforce. This research supports our information technology education and IT channel training and forecasts new industry opportunities and growth.