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Company Overview of CompTIA TCA Community
Computing Technology Industry Association Inc. (CompTIA) is a professional membership organization that focuses on advancing the growth of the information technology (IT) industry. The organization offer programs on convergence technology, e-commerce, IT training, software services, certification, public policy, and workforce development. In addition, it develops vendor-neutral IT certification exams. The organization was founded in 1982 and is based in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois.
1815 South Meyers Road
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181-5228
Founded in 1982
Key Executives for CompTIA TCA Community
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Director
Chief Executive Officer of CompTIA Educational Foundation and President of CompTIA Educational Foundation
Chief Legal Officer, Senior Vice President, Corporate Secretary and Director
Chief Technology & Information Security Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
CompTIA TCA Community Key Developments
The Computing Technology Industry Association Announces Executive Appointments
Jun 2 15
The Computing Technology Industry Association announced the members of its Board of Directors for 2015-16. The board includes two new vice chairs and six new directors. Mont Phelps, CEO, NWN Corporation and Frank Vitagliano, vice president, channel sales, Dell, are the board vice chairs for 2015-16. Both men have served previously as directors. The company welcomed six new board members for 2015-16. They are: Scott Barlow, vice president, sales and marketing, Reflexion Networks. Mary Ellen Grom, vice president, U.S. marketing, SYNNEX Corporation. Eric Martorano, general manager, U.S. channel sales, Microsoft. Tracy Pound, managing director, MaximITy. Dan Shapero, director, global cloud marketing, Ingram Micro. Joseph Squeri, CIO, Citadel.
CompTIA CertMaster Expands Product Line with Addition of Latest CompTIA Security+ Exam
Sep 16 14
CompTIA announced a new addition to CompTIA CertMaster, the online learning tool that makes learning IT skills accessible, effective and fun. A CompTIA CertMaster learning course is now available worldwide for the CompTIA Security+ (SY0-401) certification exam. CompTIA Security+ is widely recognized throughout the IT industry and around the world as a certification that designates knowledgeable professionals in the field of cybersecurity. The current CompTIA Security+ exam tests for skills that IT professionals use in cybersecurity environment, including mobile security and BYOD; risk mitigation; and authentication, authorization and access control. CompTIA CertMaster is an online, confidence-based learning solution that helps individuals learn and retain information more effectively. The software combines key principles and research from brain science, neurobiology, cognitive psychology and game study to help users master -- not just memorize -- the material they need to learn and retain. CompTIA CertMaster is currently available for the CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Strata IT Fundamentals exams. CompTIA also said that the CompTIA CertMaster for Security+ (SY0-301) license will be available for purchase through Sept. 30, 2014. All licenses are valid for one year from the date of purchase.
CompTIA Announces Executive Changes to Its Vendor Advisory Council
Jul 31 14
CompTIA announced the election of new leaders and the addition of new members to the CompTIA Vendor Advisory Council. Michael Swailes, director, worldwide services partner organization, Cisco was elected a co-chair of the CompTIA Vendor Advisory Council. He joins Frank Raimondi, worldwide channel alliance manager for Intel, as council co-chairs. Selected as the council's new vice chair is Laurie Evans, senior director, solution providers, VMware. Joining the CompTIA Vendor Advisory Council as new members are George Psiharis, vice president, business development, Clio; and Steve Pataky, vice president, worldwide channels and alliances, FireEye.
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