Dr. Lucius Riccio, professor at Columbia University, discusses how ShotLink technology powered by CDW revolutionized his methods for analyzing golf data. Dr. Riccio won the CDW and PGA TOUR’s inaugural ShotLink Intelligence Prize for his work using ShotLink data to determine long ball shot accuracy.
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CDW strengthened its growing cloud services portfolio with the addition of Google Apps for Business, along with migration services. Stephen Braat, CDW senior director and general manager, cloud and managed services, notes that “office productivity continues to be one of the most popular cloud computing categories.”
CDW’s work with the Washington Redskins, Indianapolis Colts, Georgia Dome, International Speedway Corp., PGA TOUR and Trump National Doral Miami is highlighted in this slideshow, showing how professional sports are big businesses that require everything enterprises do, from IT infrastructure to customer-facing solutions.
Chicago Daily Herald
In this compilation of Chicago-area technology experts, Andrea Bradshaw, CDW senior director and general manager, mobility solutions, notes that mobile devices and the processes they enable will continue to grow in popularity for consumers and businesses.
Connie Gomez, CDW senior quality assurance analyst, details her role at CDW and how she continues her development through training and education. Max Reed, CDW senior director for inclusion practices, explains CDW’s efforts to promote diversity in the workforce.
24/7 Wall St.
Deutsche Bank recognized CDW as one of five top tech stocks to buy for 2014. Its analysts noted that continued spending on infrastructure improvement, cybersecurity, cloud storage and hosting and other positive spending patterns may prove to be even better than expected in 2014.
CDW Chairman and CEO Tom Richards outlined CDW’s significant opportunity in cloud computing for investors attending the annual Raymond James Systems, Semiconductors, Software & Supply Chain Conference in New York.
Dean Lamb, director of integrated marketing at CDW, provides insight into CDW’s “People Who Get IT” integrated campaign, which includes video, print and social media components and has reached more than 400 million people.
The Chicago Network
CDW ranked among the top five publicly traded companies in the Chicago area for the inclusion of women in leadership roles, according to The Chicago Network, an organization of Chicago’s most distinguished professional women.
The Huffington Post
Stephen Braat, CDW’s senior director and general manager of managed and cloud solutions, discusses the evolution of cloud computing as a mainstream technology for businesses.
Neal Campbell, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at CDW, is recognized for his work on CDW’s “People Who Get IT” integrated marketing campaign, which includes broadcast, print and online advertising, in addition to a range of digital tactics.
The Huffington Post
Dean Lamb, CDW’s director of integrated marketing, discusses the company’s “People Who Get IT” campaign, featuring NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley and now Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie.