The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), a non-profit trade association, was created in 1982 as the Association of Better Computer Dealers, Inc. (ABCD) by representatives of five microcomputer leaderships. Over the course of a decade, ABCD laid the groundwork for many of CompTIAâ€™s initiatives and member benefits. ABCD later changed its name to the Computing Technology Industry Association to reflect the association's evolving role in the computer industry and in the U.S. business landscape at large. The 1990s was a period of growth as the association broadened the scope of its activities to address the needs of the expanding computer industry. Its initiatives increased to include networking, UNIX, imaging, mobile computing, and multimedia arenas. In an effort to monitor and take positions on public policy issues, the association added a full-time Director of Public Policy. In 2010, CompTIA added a new executive director for a newly named "Creating IT Futures" Foundation, its philanthropic arm that focuses on training and certifying low-income students and adults in IT, as well as returning veteransâ€”and helping connect them with potential employers.
Hardware & Networking
The hardware and networking is a basic level course which covers the computer hardware details and its troubleshooting. Tandem prepares novice students into IT experts of tomorrow with the absolute most popular hardware and networking courses; courses which are perfect with the needs of different divisions, for example, IT and BPO, retail, and assembling, PSUs, etc. Along with that we also cover the networking which is of high demand in current IT world.
We guarantee that our certifications in collaboration with Microsoft and Redhat- Linux, are of worldwide curriculum standards.
Apart from producing splendid hardware and networking ability of the nation, Tandem puts high accentuation on all-round advancement of its students before they enter the industry.