March 13, 2012 – Enterprises are sharply divided on expanding the overall skill sets at their IT departments, and most have a dedicated little to no resources toward finding what may be missing, according to a new IT department assessment from CompTIA.

The nonprofit IT advocacy group compiled responses from results from more than 500 U.S. IT officers and related department managers for its report, entitled, “State of the IT Skills Gap.” The report assessed existing and expected IT skills for 31 distinct capabilities arranged under three primary categories – infrastructure, information management, and applications/Internet.

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