Jidaw's CompTIA Certification Resources
Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a global trade
association representing the business interests of the information
vendor-neutral certifications for IT professionals. “A solid
vendor-neutral technology foundation will always help IT professionals
in today’s multi-vendor world. In
fact sponsors of vendor certifications acknowledge this view by building
in CompTIA’s vendor-neutral certifications into their certification
Use these resources for more information and insight on CompTIA
CompTIA’s A+ is the leading certification for foundational hardware and
software skills. It is one of the most popular certifications in the IT
CDIA+ (Certified Document Imaging Architech)
This is CompTIA's oldest credential. CompTIA’s CDIA+
“is the industry standard for validating document imaging and
Certified Technical Trainer. “CompTIA's CTT+ certification is the industry recognition for training professionals that have attained a professional standard of excellence”.
The CompTIA e-Biz+ certification is an electronic
business certification “for both technical and non-technical
individuals who work in an e-Business environment and possess at least
12 months of core e-business experience”.
HTI+ (Home Technology Integrator+)
“The CompTIA Home Technology Integrator (HTI+)
certification exam is the leading vendor-neutral certification for
professionals servicing the automated home industry”.
CompTIA’s i-Net+ “is the worldwide standard of
foundational-level competency in knowledge of Internet, Intranet and
CompTIA’s IT Project+ sets standards and validates IT
project management skills and knowledge.
CompTIA’s Linux+ is an entry-level certification for
professionals interested in Linux expertise.
CompTIA’s Network+ is the recognized certification for
acquiring and validating fundamental Networking skills and knowledge in
support or administration.
CompTIA’s Security+ covers the fundamentals of
information security and
covers “industry-wide topics, including communication security,
infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication,
external attack and operational and organization security”.
CompTIA’s Server+ validates knowledge and competency in
advanced-level technical competency of server issues and technology.
Interested in certification? Then you’ve probably heard about CompTIA
and its certifications. While CompTIA provides
research, networking and partnering opportunities for its members
globally, it is the area of certification that CompTIA attracts more
attention from IT professionals. Through vendor-neutral certification
programs CompTIA develops human resource standards for guiding
practitioners in the IT industry.
What is the value of CompTIA certifications?
CompTIA (The Computing Technology Industry Association) is a global trade association representing the business interests of the information technology industry. For more than 22 years CompTIA has provided research, networking and partnering opportunities to its more than 19,000 members in 89 countries.
The association is
information is at http://www.comptia.org
IT Professionals See CompTIA Certifications as Key to
Career Advancement, Job Satisfaction
“Information Technology (IT) workers overwhelmingly
believe professional certification from CompTIA, the Computing
Technology Industry Association, is a critical factor in their ability
to obtain the jobs they want, advance their careers and perform work
that is personally satisfying.”
IT Managers Say CompTIA Certifications Help to Improve
Business Bottom Line
“Information Technology (IT) managers believe their
companies benefit financially and operationally by having a high
percentage of CompTIA-certified employees on their staffs, according to
the findings of a recent survey conducted by the Computing Technology
Industry Association. IT managers reported that they see clear benefits
in such critical areas as network availability, help desk and field
service productivity and employee retention.”
An Interview with Ayana Nickerson, Project+ Certification Program Manager for CompTIA (the Computing Technology Industry Association).
As businesses and
organizations see the need to prevent waste and reduce risks associated
with IT projects, there is a growing appreciation of project management.
The Project+ certification program is expected to grow in relevance
considering the premium being placed on soft skills and management in
the IT industry.
On August 11, 2004, CompTIA announced that it has renamed its popular project management certification from CompTIA IT Project+ to CompTIA Project+.
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