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The IT security skills gap is affecting everyone, especially the channel
"Overall, 86% of attendees at the meetings said that some degree of security skills gap existed in their organisation."
CompTIA expands education offering for channel
CompTIA is ramping up its education resources with the launch of online executive certificate courses and new quick start e-learning courses.
CompTIA launches Channel Standards for best practices
CompTIA has launched Channel Standards, a collection of best practices designed to give the ANZ channel a blueprint for best practices.
Channel partners have more opportunities now than ever before
“Overall there are increased opportunities for the channel by virtue of the fact that nearly every manager now has a de facto IT function."
Mobile opportunities abound for channel
CompTIA says workforce mobility is a growing trend in 2016, offering up plenty of new opportunities for the channel.
What are the cyber security commandments?
A lack of understanding around cyber security means the biggest security threat to businesses is people.
Pressure's on as digital transformation dominates 2016
The benefits of digital business relies more than just the adoption of technologies like cloud and mobile, according to ANZ CompTia.
State of the Australian channel: stable vendor relations
Higher satisfaction with vendors may be in play here as greater access to partner program resources is helping with lead generation and closing deals.
The cloud has changed the channel landscape: what this means for MSPs
“The cloud is making it more competitive while opening up more opportunities for MSPs that are willing to adjust their business models to keep pace."
Is big data really the way of the future?
"Technology is a more powerful tool for every facet of the organisation and business lines are weighing in on technology matters."
Changes and challenges impacting the ANZ channel community
The ANZ channel community is facing a number challenges, including cloud technology, new distribution models, and the growing IT skills gap.
ANZ channel meetings highlight local challenges
Women in IT and local ANZ content highlighted at CompTia's ANZ Channel Community meetings in Sydney and Melbourne
New tech crowding the business landscape
“Technology is complex and many-faceted, making it difficult for organisations to understand what to invest in and how to apply it to the business."
Channel names line up on CompTIA ANZ executive council
A who’s who of the channel feature among the newly elected inaugural CompTIA ANZ Channel Community executive council.
Five tips for tackling cloud security concerns
Industry association CompTIA offers up five simple tips to help companies and their IT partners tackle security concerns for the move to public cloud.
Channel change: Five tips to think like a disruptor and thrive
Disruption is upon the IT channel. CompTIA offers up five tips to think like a disruptor - and be a leader.
Are you prepared for industry disruption?
New technology, processes and delivery are disrupting IT channel organisations, and in order to stay ahead of the game companies must act now.
CompTIA offers collaboration, connections for channel skills gap
CompTIA ANZ plans to help the channel overcome a skills gap with collaboration and connections after a survey showed 96% are impacted by a skills gap.
The ABCs of ed tech today, according to CompTIA
CompTIA breaks down the key technologies used in today’s classrooms and how this is impacting classroom learning.
CompTIA: Channel collaboration needed for success
CompTIA is calling on the local channel to collaborate and share insights and intelligence in order to drive the channel - and IT - forward.
Change to the fore at first CompTIA ANZ Channel Community meeting
CompTIA's first ANZ Channel Community meeting will Channel Dynamics' Moheb Moses and Finsure's John Kolenda on the changing tech landscape.
Uncovering the technology concerns of SMEs
SMBs are changing their relationship with IT and are beginning to view technology as a strategic imperative and a key driver of new business.
Organisations undergoing major shifts
A new era of enterprise technology has experienced widespread availability, and as a result organisational operations are undergoing major shifts.
Technology: Just one part of the security problem
“As organisations embrace cloud computing and mobile technology solutions, they have extended the security perimeter, creating new considerations.'