- IT Industry Applauds Obama’s TechHire Initiative
- TechAmerica Statement Following the Federal Communications Commission’s Reclassification of Broadband Internet as a Utility
- Technology Convergence Holds Promise to Redefine the Federal Landscape
- CompTIA President and CEO Comments Following Participation in the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection
Creating IT Futures Supports Training in Initial Cities with Plans to Go Nationwide March 10, 2015, Downers Grove, IL. — CompTIA and its philanthropic arm, the Creating IT Futures Foundation, issued the following statement in support of President Obama’s TechHire Initiative, a new campaign to work with communities to get more Americans rapidly trained for…
TechAmerica Statement Following the Federal Communications Commission’s Reclassification of Broadband Internet as a Utility
Washington, D.C., February 26, 2015 – TechAmerica, the public sector and public advocacy department of CompTIA, today issued this statement following the Federal Communication Commission’s 3-2 vote, along party lines, approving an Order adopting new open Internet rules that enhance transparency and prevent ISPs from blocking content, throttling traffic, and offering fast lanes. To accomplish…
On March 13th, representatives from CompTIA attended the E-Skills for Jobs High Level Conference in Riga, Latvia, held under the auspices of the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Some 250 stakeholders attended the event and a policy declaration was adopted and issued at the conclusion of the gathering. The objective of the…
The Florida Senate is debating a bill this week intended to curtail online piracy but instead would threaten the anonymity of users online and push piracy to more mainstream contexts like Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Senate Bill 604, the True Origin of Digital Goods Act would undermine existing federal copyright law and would fail to…
U.S. coding site GitHub said on Sunday it was deflecting most of the traffic from a days-long cyber attack that had caused intermittent outages for the social coding site, with the Wall Street Journal citing China as the source of the attack.
Li Ka-shing’s venture-capital fund, run by his longtime companion Solina Chau, is accelerating investments from Israel to Silicon Valley.