McBain is the new chairman of the CompTIA MSP Community (http://www.comptia.org/
“I am excited to continue work with this large and vibrant community of Managed Services Providers (MSPs) and look forward to working with the Executive Council to further drive adoption and growth,” said McBain.
“We’re extremely fortunate to have Jay join us in this leadership position,” said a CompTIA spokesman. “His unique insights and perspectives on the issues facing our industry assure that the programs we develop, the initiatives we support and the positions we champion will have strong support across the industry.”
McBain brings 19 years of experience in the technology industry to CompTIA, living in 5 different states and Canadian provinces during that time. He is the co-founder and Chief Social Officer of ChannelEyes and is responsible for driving the new company’s mission to reinvent Channel Communication. Prior to starting ChannelEyes, he was a Senior Vice President at Autotask and led the Small and Medium Business Unit at Lenovo and IBM.
ChannelEyes is reinventing channel communication. It is the next generation communication and engagement platform for suppliers and their Channel Partners to connect every day. The newest product, ChannelCandy (http://www.channelcandy.com)
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