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5 Companies That Came to Win This Week

CRN
CDW saw a 25 percent year-over-year jump in second-quarter net income to $108.2 million and announced the full acquisition of Kelway, a U.K.-based solution provider.

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The 25 Most Influential Executives of 2015

CRN
CDW Chairman and CEO Thomas E. Richards is featured as No. 22 on CRN’s 2015 list of the 25 most influential executives due to his focus on customers, which led to investments such as a dedicated team of cloud client executives and a new mobility applications marketplace.

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CDW Beats Street 2Q Forecasts

CNBC
CDW beat Wall Street expectations with second-quarter net income of $108.2 million and a profit of 63 cents per share.

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Data Security in Higher Ed: A Moving Target

Campus Technology
Sadik Al-Abdulla, director of security solutions for CDW, shares how universities can prepare for data security risks.

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Healthcare Embraces Big Data Explosion

ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals
Healthcare is experiencing a patient data explosion, but providers know this data is only as valuable as the meaningful insights organizations can draw through effective analytics, says Jonathan Karl, CDW Healthcare sales director, in this byline article.

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New: Interactive Map Shows What Percentage of Classrooms Are Connected to the Internet

THE Journal
Chad Stevens, a K-12 strategist for CDW-G, explains that CDW-G’s K-12 Connected Heat Map captures data about connectivity not just for schools, but also for individual classrooms.

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Windows Server 2003 Will Live On – Here’s How and Why

InfoWorld
As the end of official support for Windows Server 2003 nears, Pat Simpson, CDW technical architect, software solutions, describes scenarios in which organizations may leave Windows Server 2003 systems as is.

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How Connected Are Your State’s Classrooms? Check Out This Map

eSchool News
As efforts to increase bandwidth and Internet connectivity in K-12 schools grow, the CDW-G K-12 Connected Heat Map reveals just how connected the nation’s classrooms are today.

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Tech That Drives PGA Golf

CNET
The PGA TOUR’s ShotLink scoring technology, powered by CDW, feeds real-time information and stats to scoreboards, television commentators and golf fans alike.

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Veterans Bring Valuable Skills to Any Workplace

Legal Management Magazine
Jen Sommesi, senior manager of talent acquisition, CDW, explains how strong leadership and problem-solving traits make military veterans premier candidates for jobs at CDW.

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CDW Outlines Cloud Computing Ambitions

IT Business Edge
CDW is expanding the scope of its managed services to include Microsoft Azure and other cloud platforms, according to Steve Braat, vice president of cloud and managed solutions, CDW.

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Volunteers Play Major Role in ShotLink

PGATOUR.com
Volunteers play a major role in ShotLink, the PGA TOUR’s proprietary scoring system powered by CDW, which relies on them to collect data for millions of golf fans around the world.

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An Eye for Effective Marketing

MediaPost
Lauren McCadney, director of digital engagement and social media at CDW, discusses how her role requires her to see the world differently and tell stories more meaningfully to stay ahead of the competition.

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Cybersecurity Needs Skilled Pros

Diversity in Action
Sadik Al-Abdullah, director of the security solutions practice for CDW, and Toyia Rudd, director of CDW’s inclusion practices, discuss diversity in the cybersecurity field, while also highlighting CDW’s executive committee for hiring diversity.

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Study: Businesses Investing Big Time in Mobile Apps

Daily Herald Business Ledger
Mobile applications have made doing business easier and more efficient, and, according to CDW’s report, The App Age: How Enterprises Use Mobile Applications, businesses will spend much more on apps over the next few years. “People are focusing more and more of their attention and budgets on mobile apps,” said Joe Woods, director of mobility solutions, CDW.