Information technology (IT) channel companies in Australia and New Zealand are cautiously optimistic as they refocus on growth opportunities in 2021 and beyond after the unprecedented events of 2020, according to new research from non-profit tech industry trade association CompTIA,
The information technology (IT) industry will morph in 2021, prompted by its response to the chaos of 2020 and affirmation that it is the central nervous system of our digital society, according to tech industry trade association CompTIA, in its latest IT industry outlook report.
Tech industry trade association CompTIA is offering free training and certification exam vouchers for its CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) credential to Australian and New Zealand citizens, including “career changers, displaced workers and students” - or anyone interested in learning more about the fundamentals of information communications technology (ICT).
COVID 19: Tech industry trade association CompTIA has launched an “anytime, anywhere” online testing option for its certification exams as part of its response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Tech industry trade association CompTIA has launched a new free resource - My IT Path - providing information on in-demand employment opportunities for anyone planning a career in IT.
Businesses in Australia identify innovation as a top priority and are intrigued by the potential of emerging technologies, according to a new report from industry association CompTIA.
John Lang, CEO of DDLS
DDLS is one of Australia’s pre-eminent IT training companies, and we are currently experiencing increased growth in demand in cloud-related training and for training on cyber security, a hot topic across the Australian market.
John Lang, CEO of DDLS
SPONSORED NEWS: DDLS is one of Australia’s pre-eminent IT training companies, and we are currently experiencing increased growth in demand in cloud-related training and for training on cyber security, a hot topic across the Australian market.
The global IT industry will grow at a rate of 3.7 percent in 2020, with upside potential in the 5.4 percent range and a downside floor of 1.9 percent, according to a new report from industry association CompTIA.
Tech industry trade association CompTIA says it is expanding its commitment to the Australia New Zealand region with the launch of a new initiative aimed at teaching students the fundamentals of technology.
Tech industry association CompTIA has announced its first ANZ Channel Community Executive Council (EC) members in New Zealand.
Tech industry association CompTIA has forecast global tech industry growth of 4% in 2019, with upside potential of 6.4% – but warns that conversely, an economic slowdown, exacerbated by international trade turmoil, could push the growth forecast to its low-end projection of 1.5%.
Most channel firms are embracing new business models and looking to reinvent their businesses, as customers push them in new directions, global ICT lobby group CompTIA claims.
A senior executive of the company building the national broadband network, NBN Co, says the NBN represents a significant opportunity for the ICT industry to assist in the digital transformation of Australian business.
Non-profit trade association CompTIA has released its first ANZ channel IT industry roadmap identifying emerging, current and fading industry trends, and providing guidance on potential threats and opportunities in the market.
Global ICT trade association CompTIA has unveiled a claimed ground-breaking, vendor-neutral certification, Cybersecurity Analyst (CSA+), that it says is the first of its kind to bring behavioural analytics to the forefront of assessing cyber threats.
The IT industry is predicted to grow worldwide by 4.1% this year on the back of anticipated increased demand for emerging technology, services and software, according to a newly published report from global technology association CompTIA.
Managed services represents a “monumental shift” in the IT service industry, which affords companies providing managed services with an opportunity for higher margins and stable monthly income through recurring revenue, according to the non-profit association for the technology industry, CompTIA.
More solutions providers are joining the non-profit trade association CompTIA, with the organisation saying it is broadening its reach across the ICT industry and going from “strength to strength” since its launch in June last year.
CompTIA, the non-profit association for the technology industry, is undertaking a new awareness campaign designed to inspire tech industry leaders, educators, parents and girls to make the industry more gender inclusive.
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