CompTIA is the non-profit trade association advancing the global interests of information technology (IT) professionals and companies including manufacturers, distributors, resellers, and educational institutions.
CompTIA A+ is part of the certification track for corporations such as Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco and Novell. Other technology companies, including CompuCom and Ricoh, have made CompTIA A+ certification mandatory for their service technicians. More than 700,000 people worldwide have become CompTIA A+ certified since the program’s inception in 1993.
Since 1982 CompTIA has supported and led the global IT industry through educational programs, market research, networking events, professional certifications, and political advocacy.
CompTIA is member driven and is led by an elected board of industry
professionals. All proceeds are directly reinvested in programs and initiatives that benefit our valued members and the industry as a whole. CompTIA also gives back to the industry through the CompTIA Educational Foundation, which provides education and training to individuals under-represented in the IT industry, such as at-risk youth, dislocated workers, disabled workers, and veterans transitioning out of the military.
CompTIA is known worldwide as the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications. CompTIA certifications identify IT professionals who prove their aptitude in various fields, such as security, network administration, computer repair, and server administration.
Earning a CompTIA certification can help you get the right skills to begin and advance your career in the IT industry. Whether you’re an entry-level technician or an experienced professional looking to expand your knowledge base, training toward and gaining CompTIA certifications can help you get a job or get a promotion.
CompTIA is the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications worldwide, and employers depend on CompTIA certifications to make hiring decisions. Earning certifications shows not only that you have the right knowledge and skills to do the job, but also that you are dedicated to your IT career. Many companies, including Microsoft, Ricoh, Lenovo and Cisco, recommend or require CompTIA certifications.
Certified technicians are more knowledgeable and confident about the problems they handle than non-certified technicians, and can more easily adapt to changing technologies. This can lead to new career opportunities. Forty percent of certified professionals received a promotion within one year of attaining a primary certification, according to an IDC survey.
For networking professionals, the CompTIA Network+ exam covers managing, maintaining,
troubleshooting, operating and configuring basic network infrastructure. It is an international, vendor-neutral certification that proves a technician’s competency in managing, maintaining, troubleshooting, installing and configuring basic network infrastructure.
CompTIA Security+ is an international, vendorneutral certification that proves competency in system security, network infrastructure, access control and organizational security.
Any company which requires data and network security. Professionally a person who has completed this certification, can not only provide secure environment but also understand a good way of protecting the organisation as this is a miulti vendor certification. Security help desk Support staff, Security Professional
CompTIA Server+ certifies the technical knowledge and skills required to build,
maintain, troubleshoot and support server hardware and software technologies. The exam covers virtualization, disaster recovery and security procedures.
Any company which has servers to sell, Manufacturer, support, configure, Update , Upgrade, Install, service etc. Server Administrator, Help Desk Executive , Server Engineer