David Convery, field solutions architect, virtualization, CDW, discussed virtualization and VMware’s virtual storage area network solution during VMworld 2016.
CDW in the News
Los Angeles Wave
Chris Paul and CDW-sponsored PGA TOUR pro Gary Woodland presented technology donated by CDW and the Chris Paul Family Foundation to the Roy W. Roberts ll Watts/Willowbrook Boys and Girls Club in Los Angeles.
Investor’s Business Daily
CDW’s better-than-expected second quarter earnings results shows it is doing well in a challenging macroeconomic environment, according to an analyst at Deutsche Bank.
Glassdoor ranked CDW No. 15 on its list of Best Places to Interview, based on feedback from job candidates.
CRN ranked CDW chairman and CEO Thomas E. Richards No. 19 on its list of the 25 Most Influential Executives of 2016.
Savoy magazine named CDW Board of Directors member James Bell one of the 2016 300 most influential black corporate directors.
The Ada News
CDW-G named Homer Elementary School in Ada, Okla., as its 2016 Collaboration Nation grand prize winner of $50,000 in products and services.
HigherEd Tech Decisions
Sadik Al-Abdulla, director of security solutions, CDW, discusses the importance of protecting data from cyber attackers by establishing flexible and adaptive security architectures.
Advance Healthcare Network
Jonathan Karl, director, CDW Healthcare, discusses CDW Healthcare’s Patient Engagement report and how technology can expand engagement to promote more positive healthcare outcomes.
CDW-G’s K-12 Cloud Possibilities study found that more than two-thirds of K-12 IT solutions are now fully or partially cloud based.
CDW-G’s K-12 Cloud Possibilities report found that cloud use in K-12 schools is on the rise, jumping from 42 percent to 67 percent in the last two years.
The Washington Post
Matt Troka, CDW senior vice president of product and partner management, discusses the evolution of ShotLink, the PGA TOUR’s data-collection technology, which is powered by CDW.
CRN ranked CDW No. 23 among the biggest IT companies on the 2016 Fortune 500 list.
The Wall Street Journal
Jon Stevens, senior vice president of operations and CIO, CDW, discusses adopting a “right-speed” IT delivery model, which allows IT to better support evolving business needs.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
The PGA TOUR’s ShotLink technology, powered by CDW, enables the TOUR to produce more statistics than almost any other sport.