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CDW Presents the Future of IT: Big Hits, Big Plays, Big Data

big data

The Arizona Cardinals needed help managing the incredible amount of data the organization generates, so CDW built the Cardinals an advanced data center to make coaches’ notes, playbook information and more than 100 terabytes of game film readily available.


The Houston Texans Tap Unified Communications to Enhance Fan Experience


The Houston Texans worked with CDW and its team of Cisco-certified engineers to upgrade its communication infrastructure, improving the fan experience and back-office operations.


Cloud Productivity Challenges and Benefits


No matter what device they are using, coworkers out on the front lines must be able to collaborate. With an assist from cloud computing, IT departments can support a mobile workforce by delivering office productivity tools with increased flexibility and efficiency.


CDW Tech Forecast: Expanding Convergence


Converged infrastructure (CI) is a game changer for data center architectures. CDW coworkers Andy Lausch, senior director, solutions marketing, and Troy Brick-Margelofsky, solution architect team lead, discuss how CI can help organizations stay agile while it scales to accommodate growth.


The Value of Disaster Recovery & Security as Cloud Services


The fear of data loss or a security breach will worry any business; however, businesses don’t want idle capacity or over-investment in infrastructure to ensure business continuity. Stephen Braat, vice president, cloud and managed solutions, CDW, and his team of cloud client executives explain how cloud for disaster recovery and security can scale as a […]


CDW Tech Forecast: Flash & Hybrid Storage Data Center Growth

Flash & Hybrid Storage

Flash and hybrid storage in the data center is quickly replacing the spinning hard disk most commonly used today. CDW coworkers Andy Lausch, senior director, solutions marketing, and Bruce Modell, solution architect discuss the benefits and details of implementing flash and hybrid storage solutions.


Abnormal Server Growth – Solved

Server Growth

Overwhelmed with about 2,000 physical across three data centers, a large hospital group worked with CDW to implement a virtualization solution and curb massive server sprawl.


CDW Tech Forecast: Cloud-Based Video Solutions

Cloud-based Video

CDW coworkers Andy Lausch, senior director, solutions marketing, and Noel Oquendo, solutions architect, discuss the evolving needs of business communication, including cloud-based video.


Business Intelligence and Predictive Analytics Solutions


Learn how CDW can help healthcare organizations leverage business intelligence to improve patient care and reduce costly readmissions.


Sick Security Systems – Solved

Sick Security System

Learn how CDW leveraged real-time security assessments to help a hospital system prioritize security implementations and address evolving HIPAA regulations.


Chicago Cubs Open New Training Facility With Refreshed Network

Chicago Cubs

As Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs prepare to restore historic Wrigley Field, CDW helped lay the groundwork with new IT infrastructure and unified network at the team’s training facility in Mesa, Ariz.


How to Boost Collaboration Through Social and the Cloud

Boost Collaboration

Real-time collaboration brings together mobile, social and cloud technologies to boost productivity and increase efficiency in the enterprise.


Planning Your Next Mobile App Launch

App Marketplace

In a highly fragmented mobile device market, organizations are moving toward securing the application along with the device. CDW helps companies plan the creation and launch of their next app – from development and strategy to deployment and management.


Why More Decision Makers Purchase SaaS Solutions


Andy Lausch, senior director, solutions marketing, CDW, discusses the shift in IT as non-technology teams become more involved in the software-as-a-service procurement process.


Next Generation Stadiums and Arenas – A Game Changer!


CDW solutions architects overcome the challenges of implementing wireless access within stadiums to enhance the fan experience.