Healthcare IT is facing radical new changes as the industry works to overhaul service models and integrate advanced data analytics for improved population health management. Combined with the influx of data from electronic health records and health information exchanges, the healthcare industry is poised to benefit greatly from clinical analytics. CDW Healthcare’s Analytics in Healthcare Report […]
Windows, Chrome, Android, Apple; traditionally, districts picked a single operating platform for instruction and administrative functions – but is that still necessary? As districts embrace mobility and cloud in the classroom and as a business enabler, how do multiple platforms affect students and educators as well as districts’ short and long-term educational goals? CDW-G surveyed […]
As millions of workers bring their own mobile devices to work and connect to their employers’ networks, those devices further complicate already-complex computing systems. The BYOD phenomenon is one of the greatest challenges for IT professionals: empowering worker choice and productivity while protecting the organization’s network, data and assets. CDW’s Mobility at Work Report surveyed […]
Recent CDW Spotlights
CDW, 2014 recipient of Cisco’s Global Data Center and Cisco Americas Services Partner of the Year awards, recently achieved the Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) designation from Cisco. CDW was selected for the ATP program due to the maturity and strength of its data center and networking practice. This accomplishment highlights continued […]
CDW received the Global and Americas VMware Partner Network Awards in the Marketing category. VMware recognized CDW’s achievements at the VMware Partner Exchange 2015, VMware’s annual partner event, held in San Francisco. “We are pleased to recognize the achievements made in 2014 by our partners,” said Frank Rauch, vice president, Americas Partner Organization, VMware. “VMware […]
CDW showcased its technology expertise last week in Phoenix, Ariz., powering the ShotLink® technology at the PGA TOUR®’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, offering tours of its 48-foot Ultimate Technology Vehicle, the Technoliner, and implementing record-breaking Wi-Fi at University of Phoenix Stadium, site of Super Bowl XLIX, for the start of the 2014 season. The Golf […]
Super Bowl XLIX – the most-watched TV event in history and the most-tweeted national football championship ever – smashed records on and off the field. Meanwhile, CDW was the behind-the-scenes MVP as the official technology partner of the Arizona Cardinals and University of Phoenix Stadium. The company implemented a new Wi-Fi network and cybersecurity upgrades […]
More and more, healthcare organizations are turning to analytics to draw meaningful insights from today’s patient data explosion. New research from CDW Healthcare shows that the healthcare industry is poised to significantly benefit from analytics, although some formidable challenges remain. CDW Healthcare’s “Analytics in Healthcare” report reveals that more than two-thirds of respondents say that […]
CDW in the News
As the official technology partner for the Arizona Cardinals and University of Phoenix Stadium, CDW implemented a new high-density network for secure stadium wireless ahead of Super Bowl XLIX, the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl and the 2016 college football championship.
CDW implemented a new Cisco-based, high-density wireless network at University of Phoenix Stadium, enabling fans at Super Bowl XLIX to share the game-day experience with faster and more secure stadium Wi-Fi.
Organizations implementing analytics plan to invest in data capture, storage and processing, according to CDW Healthcare’s Analytics in Healthcare Report. “We see endpoint virtualization and application virtualization gaining momentum, as organizations feel more comfortable storing data locally and delivering it virtually,” said Chris Haupt, mobility solutions architect, CDW Healthcare.
“The Arizona Cardinals teamed up with CDW to provide state-of-the-art networking, wireless and computing technology at University of Phoenix Stadium,” said John Drum, vice president of stadium operations. The partnership makes the stadium one of the NFL’s most technologically advanced facilities, demonstrating the expanding role of IT in major sports venues, Drum said.
Phoenix Business Journal
CDW implemented a new Cisco Connected Stadium wireless network and unified communications upgrade at University of Phoenix Stadium in preparation for the Super Bowl, the Pro Bowl and any future Cardinals games and stadium activities, said Travis Bugh, a CDW senior wireless consultant.
Recent Press Releases
CDW’s Cloud 401 Study Highlights the Value of IT Departments in Planning, Enabling and Securing Cloud Services; Architecting for Reliability is Key VERNON HILLS, Ill. – February 23, 2015 – CDW (NASDAQ: CDW), a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare, today announced its release of the report “Cloud 401: Navigating […]