The vast majority of the fastest-growing jobs in the United States depend on math and science skills, yet the number of women obtaining science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees continues to stagnate. CDW-G surveyed 300 college women and recent graduates to better understand this trend. “As a leading technology provider to higher education and […]
Studies show that the average college student brings seven technology devices to campus and expects to be connected everywhere, all the time – from dorm room to classroom, from dining hall to grassy quad. This year’s college freshmen were born seven years after the invention of the World Wide Web and almost a quarter century […]
The winners of the 2014 ShotLink® Intelligence℠ Prize, a competition developed jointly by the PGA TOUR® and official technology partner CDW that challenges academics to find the best new application of ShotLink statistics, presented their winning research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (SSAC) on Feb. 27. Entitled “The Impact of […]
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 […]
Security Remains a Concern, but Managing Mobility at Work Confronts IT With a Much Broader Set of Challenges VERNON HILLS, Ill. – September 9, 2013 – CDW (NASDAQ: CDW), a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare, today announced its Mobility at Work Report, a close look at issues of integrating […]
Annual Cisco Honors Include a Total of Nine Awards for CDW VERNON HILLS, Ill. – August 15, 2013 – CDW (NASDAQ: CDW), a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare, today announced that it is the recipient of a Cisco Partner Summit award for Americas Commercial Partner of the Year. CDW […]
This week at the annual Campus Technology Conference in Boston, CDW-G presented “Campus to Career – Preparing for Success.” The panel discussion, led by Andy Lausch, vice president for higher education, focused on how students are developing the technology skills they need to be successful in their careers. Joining Andy were Michelle Shin, a 2013 […]
CDW-G won the prestigious Beacon Award from the Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) for its educational funding website, GetEdFunding.com. CDW-G was recognized by AEP for the best marketing website in 2013 on June 4 at the group’s annual conference in Washington, D.C. The Beacon Awards recognize exceptional marketing campaigns that raise awareness of and excitement […]
An organization’s decision to move IT to the cloud is daunting because it is a wholesale change in sourcing and delivery of solutions. However, most organizations are planning to shift select capabilities there, and many already have. The decision is often influenced by technology trends, including the growth of bring your own device (BYOD), the consumerization of IT and ever-closer ties between technology delivery and business outcomes.
Study Finds Personal Use of Cloud Influencing Decisions at Work; More Than Half of Organizations Are Migrating or Planning to Move Services to The Cloud VERNON HILLS, Ill. – February 11, 2013 – CDW LLC, a leading provider of technology products and services to business, government, education and healthcare, today announced its 2013 State of […]
Free Website Provides the Latest Grants and Awards Available to Educators in Pre-kindergarten through Higher Education VERNON HILLS, Ill. – September 19, 2012 – Education institutions are facing enormous pressures to find new and creative funding streams to keep curriculum, programs and technology up to date. A new website launched by CDW Government LLC (CDW-G), […]
The traditional lecture model is the standard learning method in most American classrooms, but there is growing interest in new learning models that are encouraging students and teachers to “learn now, lecture later.” CDW-G’s new report, Learn Now, Lecture Later, looks at how technology is supporting the move to these new learning models.
Teachers and Students Report Shift Away from Lecture-Only Classes, Along with Increased Use of Classroom Technology Compared to Just Two Years Ago ISTE Annual Conference, SAN DIEGO, Calif. – June 26, 2012 – The traditional lecture model – with a teacher standing at the front of the classroom conveying information – is changing. Across the […]
IT Professionals are the First Line of Defense; One in Four Organizations Lost Data in the Last Two Years VERNON HILLS, Ill. – April 17, 2012 – Customer, student, employee and patient information is most at risk for cyber attacks today, and defending that data is a top concern for IT professionals this year, according […]