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 worked with CDW and its team of Cisco-certified engineers to upgrade its communication infrastructure, improving the fan experience and back-office operations.
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-G and NetApp sponsored the 30th annual Army Ten-Miler in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 12. The companies sent a joint team of more than 120 runners and 13 volunteers to participate in the weekend-long event, which benefits U.S. Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs that provide quality services to enrich military families’ lives, such […]
CDW brought together NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley, ESPN Analyst Jay Williams and the CDW Technoliner for a customer event on April 6, 2014, near AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The event was part of “Smart Growth,” the latest iteration of CDW’s integrated “People Who Get IT” brand campaign, which launched with the start […]
CDW unveiled its ultimate technology vehicle, the CDW Technoliner, outside the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., on April 7, 2013 during the Final Four NCAA basketball tournament. The Technoliner will tour the country to demonstrate CDW’s IT solutions and capabilities to customers. CDW outfitted the Technoliner with a stadium-grade video system, high-density Wi-Fi network and data center technology, interactive touch screen technology and more.
CDW-G worked with Operation Homefront to donate laptops to soldiers and their families at Fort Stewart, Ga. The laptops help keep families connected with their loved ones serving overseas.