Introduction to CompTIA job support
CompTIA was created as the ABCD (Association of Better Computer Dealers) in 1982. ABCD is changed its name to the CTIA-Computing Technology Industry Association. CompTIA administers its certification exams through Pearson VUE & Prometric testing centers. With the addition to certification, CompTIA also provides corporate membership. CompTIA modules are CompTIA’s A+, Network+ & Security+ certifications became accredited by the “American National Standards Institute”. Next up is CompTIA and creating IT futures new initiative to introduce and guide teens to the many possibilities of technology careers.
Overview of CompTIA job support
CompTIA job support is a stamp of approval of a candidate’s fundamental knowledge and skillset required for IT jobs. This eases the hiring process considerably as the credentials are linked to specific job roles. CompTIA job support is used a Security Engineer, Security Consultant, Network Administrator or an IA Technician or Manager. CompTIA published the 2017 IT Industry outlook study and identified twelve trends to watch. With the groundwork to cloud, modality, and data, including digital transformation, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics and some unexpected break through. CompTIA moved into its world headquarters in Downers Grove, Illinois in 2010. In April 2014, the CompTIA portal moved to a hybrid version of the open-access model. In 2014, CompTIA is launched DIT program (Dream IT program) to provide resources for girls & women in the US-(United States) interested in the IT industry. The program was expanded into the UK in October 2015. CompTIA support security configuration parameters, IT security concepts, network implementation principles, appropriate risk mitigation strategies and cryptographic methods. CompTIA unveiled a Computing Cyber Security Analyst (CSA+), vendor-natural certification, groundbreaking, that will bring behavioral analytics to the forefront of assessing cyber- threats.