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Whitepaper: Skills Gaps in the World’s IT Workforce: A CompTIA International Research Study

by CompTIASep 01, 2008

This ground-breaking research identifies trends and gaps in IT skills, explores issues surrounding recruiting and hiring, investigates the current and potential IT market growth and demand for IT professionals, and discovers which factors most influence, and are expected to influence, the IT industry.

The IT industry has experienced many changes and much growth in the past decade with the fast pace of technological change and the ever-increasing globalization of business. We believe

Whitepaper: Small and Medium Business (SMB) Information and Communication Technology Environment

by CompTIASep 01, 2008

The SMB market is an increasingly important target market for providers of convergent technologies (CT). For the sixth year in a row, CompTIA conducted an in-depth study to gain insight on CT-related purchasing behavior and decision making, specific CT applications in demand, and identifying the value propositions that are most influential to CT sales in SMBs (defined as companies with 20-499 employees). Findings from this study of 618 SMB respondents, collected June 2008 ? July 2008, will

Whitepaper: Trends in Information Security: A CompTIA Analysis of IT Security and the Workforce

by CompTIASep 01, 2008

As global trends of workforce mobility and decentralization put a greater strain on IT security infrastructure, it is becoming increasingly more complex for corporate IT departments to safeguard information. More than ever before, firms are using diverse devices to exchange information faster and over longer distances, and the growing use of technologies supporting this trend - such as handheld devices or voice over IP ? gives rise to new risks. As a result, corporate IT departments must