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Join the CompTIA Benelux Business Technology Community on 3rd June for our first virtual community meeting. The event will focus on overcoming the immediate challenges facing tech companies during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as how we succeed in a new business environment.
Register today to hear insights about the workplace and building productive remote teams during this time. We will also explore strategies that will help you succeed in today’s very different market as you prepare for a post-pandemic world. Finally, we’ll take a look at the future of technology, including the opportunities and challenges we face moving forward.
As a CompTIA community member, you probably know May is the month where the ANZ Channel Community comes together for a face-to-face meeting to collaborate, network, learn from each other and meet new people. After careful consideration, due to the spread of COVID-19 we have to find alternative ways to bring our community together. Our top priority is the health and well-being for our members, staff and the community at large.
Our first three meetings will focus on:
Join the CompTIA UK Business Technology Community on 16th June for our first virtual community meeting. Here’s an overview of the insights and best practices you can look forward to learning at the event:
Learn from your colleagues and leaders in the industry and get your questions answered.
Is this the end of the world as we know it? Or have we met the new boss, and it’s the same as the old boss? 2020 has challenged what we think we know about data security. How it’s designed, sold, deployed, managed, and monitored, have all come into question. Please join the IT Security Community Executive Council to discuss changes and new ways of thinking about security to better meet the challenges of a more permanent work-from-home work force and the hybrid environments to be protected.