Podcasts let listeners stay in tune with the tech industry
Downers Grove, Ill. – CompTIA, the leading technology industry trade association, today introduced CompTIACasts, a collection of podcasts on the issues, opportunities and trends impacting the global technology industry.
CompTIACasts is the latest effort by CompTIA to bring informative, timely content on the tech industry to a wider audience.
“CompTIA is the go-to resource for information on the business of technology, with content that’s both relevant and actionable, whether you are a 10-year veteran of the industry or someone from outside the industry looking for information on the latest tech trends,” said Nancy Hammervik, CompTIA’s executive vice president for industry relations.
“Thousands of individuals and companies are engaged with CompTIA, giving us access to a roster of experts unmatched anywhere in the tech industry,” Hammervik continued. “This rich expertise makes CompTIACasts the place to go for insights into the latest emerging tech and innovation; discussions on how today’s technology solutions are bought and sold; guidance on workforce issues and careers; and many other tech-themed topics.”
CompTIACasts includes both popular existing podcasts and new programming.
Coffee Break with CompTIA Councils covers current trends and emerging technologies. CompTIA’s Chris Phillips hosts the discussions with members of the CompTIA Business Applications Advisory Council, Channel Advisory Board, Drone Advisory Council, and Smart Cities Advisory Council.
TechServices Successes provides a forum for business executives to discuss the latest happenings in the technology services market. The podcast is sponsored by the CompTIA Technology Lifecycle Services Community.
Volley focuses on technology innovations, the business of the IT channel and industry trends. Hosts Carolyn April and Seth Robinson of the CompTIA research team are joined by some of the industry’s most notable movers and shakers for lively discussions.
Women TechCast, produced by the CompTIA Advancing Women in Technology Community, delivers information designed to empower women with resources to positively impact their technology careers; and to inspire girls and women to explore careers in tech.
Additionally, CompTIA president and CEO Todd Thibodeaux co-hosts Channel Chief Talk, a special edition of Channel e2e podcast series that explores market trends, partner programs, new technologies, opportunities and strategies with leaders from top technology companies.
Finally, Technologist Talk features Charles Eaton, CEO of Creating IT Futures, and expert guests in conversations about the issues, ideas and initiatives involved in nurturing our nation’s next wave of technologists.
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a leading voice and advocate for the $4.8 trillion global information technology ecosystem; and the millions of technology and business professionals who design, implement, manage, and safeguard the technology that powers the global economy. Through education, training, certifications, advocacy, philanthropy, and market research, CompTIA is the hub for advancing the tech industry and its workforce. Visit www.comptia.org to learn more.