CompTIA Certifications



The CompTIA CDIA+ certification retires December 1, 2017. CompTIA will not renew or replace this certification exam. Anyone studying for the CDIA+ certification exam is encouraged to complete their studies and seek certification prior to December 1, 2017.

Vouchers already purchased for either exam will be valid through the retirement date as noted above. Exam vouchers not used by the retirement date will expire and become void.

Although these exams will be retired, anyone who has received their certification will remain CompTIA certified, good for life.

CompTIA’s CDIA+ certification validates competency and professionalism in the digital imaging and enterprise content management industry. The CompTIA CDIA+ exam certifies the knowledge and skills required to explain content management concepts, including business analysis processes, content lifecycle and workflow, and concepts related to integrating a content imaging system with business applications. Successful candidates are able to implement scanning technology infrastructure and participate in the design of capture solutions, while addressing security requirements.

Exam Domains

Enterprise Content Management
Storage and Networking
Security and Compliance
Analysis, Design and Implementation

Popular Job Roles

  • ECM Administrator
  • Solution Sales Specialist
  • Electronic Records Manager
  • Managed Services Manager

Organizations that Recommend or Teach CDIA+

  • Canon
  • Ricoh
  • Konica Minolta
  • Kyocera
  • FujiXerox

Exam Details

Exam Codes CD0-001
Exam Description CompTIA CDIA+ covers technologies and best practices used to plan, design, and specify a digital imaging and content management system.
Number of Questions 100 questions
Type of Questions 100 questions
Length of Test 90 minutes with a potential 30-minute extension for non-native English speakers
Passing Score 700 (on a scale of 100-900)
Recommended Experience 24 months of on-the-job experience
Languages English, Japanese