Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)

CompTIA is a computer industry trade association formed in 1982.

What is CompTIA (Computing Technology Industry Association)?

A computer industry trade association formed in 1982. The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) currently has more than 7500 members. CompTIA membership includes resellers, VARs, distributors, manufacturers, and training companies in the United States and Canada.

The goals of CompTIA are to foster professional competence and business ethics among its members and throughout the computer industry.

CompTIA provides its members with educational opportunities, a professional network, and a forum for the development of ethical, professional, and business standards in the computing industry.

A number of committees meet to consider issues such as software licensing and electronic warranty forms.

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