CompTIA i-Net+ Certification Will Retire December 31, 2007.
The exam will be available until March 31, 2008 in Japan and Korea.
CompTIA i-Net+ was established in January of 2000 as a benchmark certification for individuals who maintained and developed Web-related content and applications. In recent years, these job roles have evolved. Market research and feedback from certification users indicates that the number of Internet-only jobs roles has declined, and IT professionals engaged in the development of Web-related applications have taken on additional, broader responsibilities. CompTIA offers a number of other certifications that are appropriate for these IT professionals.
The pending retirement does not affect the 20,000 individuals worldwide who have achieved CompTIA i-Net+ certification. Their certifications remain valid and they will still have access to CompTIA Career ID services.
In 2007, CompTIA is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Just as the information technology (IT) industry it serves has grown, CompTIA has also enjoyed remarkable growth over the past 25 years. The organization was founded by representatives of five micro-computer dealerships working together to find better ways to do business. Today, CompTIA has more than 22,000 member companies in over 100 countries around the world; and serves as the voice of the world's $1 trillion-plus IT industry. CompTIA is committed to advancing the long-term success and growth of the IT industry by helping organizations maximize the benefits they receive from their investments in technology; and by helping individuals to obtain the skills and credentials they need for productive careers in IT. For more information, please visit: www.comptia.org.
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|Date:||Jun 25, 2007|
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