Chuck Lennon, president of TeamLogic IT, has been appointed Chairperson of the CompTIA Advisory Council on
Policy (CACP). Lennon has served as both a board member and vice chair of
CompTIA, the non-profit trade association serving as the voice of the
information technology industry. He also was the chairman of the board for
their philanthropic arm, Creating IT Futures Foundation.
The CACP is comprised of appointed volunteers
from member companies within the IT Channel that wish to make a contribution to
the discussion of policy and the way in which it impacts the IT industry and
CompTIA membership. Its mission is to provide guidance and direction to the
CompTIA Public Advocacy team on matters of importance to CompTIA membership and
the IT industry as a whole. The CACP will work with staff to keep CompTIA
membership informed and engaged on public advocacy issues and progress.
“Of all my affiliations with CompTIA I am
most pleased to serve on this council to help drive policy for issues impacting
the managed IT services industry as well as around other key technology topics
such as security and privacy,” said Lennon.
As chair of CACP, Lennon will also sit on the
Policy Executive Board (PXB), which is charged with serving as a governance
body for CompTIA Public Advocacy activities.
TeamLogic IT provides clients with the IT support they
need to run their businesses more efficiently by leveraging the latest
technology solutions including managed IT services, cloud services, business
continuity, network security and mobility solutions. The company is an award
winning franchise that has been recognized as the number one technology
franchise by Franchise Business Review for five consecutive years, and has been
named a top franchise for veterans. The company is a top 50 MSPmentor 501, a global
ranking of the top managed services providers.