Todd Thibodeaux

Todd
Thibodeaux
CEO,
CompTIA
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Todd Thibodeaux is the president and chief executive officer of CompTIA, the ICT Industry Trade Association. He is responsible for leading strategy, development and growth efforts for the association.

Before joining CompTIA in July 2008, Thibodeaux spent more than 17 years with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), where he served in a wide range of roles culminating as its senior vice president of industry relations.

Thibodeaux is a life-long IT and tech enthusiast dating back to his very early years. The son of an electrical and mechanical engineer, Thibodeaux's love of technology continues to this day and he has infused CompTIA with a renewed sense of enthusiasm for the industry the organization represents.

He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Bachelor of Science, economics, 1988) and George Mason University (Master’s degree in economics, 1997).

Articles
3 Ways Business Can Overcome 2015's Tough Hiring Environment  1
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Can Windows 10 Restore Enterprise Faith In Microsoft?
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3 Skills IT Professionals Need in 2015 1
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The Changing CSO Role: What to Expect in 2015
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How to Keep Millennials in Your Cloud Computing Company 1
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The Secrets of CIO Longevity, Part 2
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The Secrets of CIO Longevity, Part 1 1
If your CIO leaves, it can hinder organizational productivity and innovation and can hinder long-term IT projects before they have time to get off the ground. Here's how to keep your CIO from walking out on you.
Clearing the Big Data Talent Hurdle: One Problem, Multiple Solutions 1
To survive big data skills shortages, businesses will need to take action now instead of later on. Here's how.
Bridging the Gap Between IT and HR 1
This division between IT and HR is largely organizational and can be addressed by taking some basic steps to remove some of the barriers between both departments. Here's what businesses can do to build a bridge between IT and HR.
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