More than 150 CDW coworkers, partners and friends recently gathered to participate in the third annual CDW Golf Classic to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Chicago (BBBS). The event, hosted by CDW-G, raised a record $122,000 to support the organization’s mission of empowering and mentoring at-risk youth. The Golf Classic kicked off CDW-G’s […]
The City of Chattanooga, Tenn., is keenly focused on technology innovation. In 2010, it went live with its Smart Power Grid, offering high-speed gigabit broadband service to every home and business in Hamilton County, Tenn. Today, Chattanooga offers 10 gigabit broadband service to its service area, and continues to place a high priority on leveraging […]
The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) and the New York State Sheriffs’ Association (NYSSA) have teamed up with CDW-G and Cisco to roll out a cloud-based offering designed to improve collaboration among public safety and justice individuals, departments and agencies. The CDW-G and Cisco Public Safety & Justice Portal enables agencies […]
Dwight Dalton, director of CDW’s Western Distribution Center (WDC) in North Las Vegas, Nev., accepted the Green Leaders Award for Recycling presented by the Las Vegas Business Press in its Green Awards competition. The event recognizes leading businesses, executives, innovators and green campaigners across Southern Nevada for their efforts to employ and promote sustainable new […]
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 […]
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 […]
CDW-G and the Center for Digital Government Launch Sweepstakes Awarding $30,000 in Technology Solutions to Local Governments
Win a Technology Center Sweepstakes Helps U.S. Counties, Cities and Municipal Governments Transform Their Municipal Chambers VERNON HILLS, Ill., and FOLSOM, Calif. – June 26, 2012 – Local governments across the United States have a unique opportunity to transform the technology capabilities in their meeting rooms through the Win a Technology Center Sweepstakes. Today, CDW […]
IT Monitor Shows Overall Technology Spending Continues Upward Trajectory, Led by Small Business and Public Sector
Survey shows tablet computers and consumer technologies used in the workplace increase productivity, but no consensus reached on cost savings The public sector reported overall increases in anticipated budgets (up five percentage points to 34 percent), hardware procurement (up five percentage points to 87 percent), software (up three percentage points to 82 percent), solutions (up […]
State and local government agencies face continued financial challenges, among them the withdrawal of billions of dollars in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding and revenue collections below pre-recession levels. Some states have reduced aid to local governments – some to a significant degree. Despite the challenging outlook, CDW-G’s Efficient Agency Report reveals that governments are finding new ways to save through operational efficiency. CDW-G examines how state and local IT professionals are maximizing resources and looks at how initial savings from four technologies proven to drive operational efficiencies can be used to generate still more savings.
CDW-G Report Reveals Compelling Case for Reinvesting Savings from IT Investments VERNON HILLS, Ill. – February 28, 2012 – In the face of continued financial challenges for state and local governments, 78 percent of their IT departments have found ways to save money in the last two years, according to The Efficient Agency Report, published […]
Hiring and budget outlook down; software spending up in key sectors Forty percent of IT decision-makers expect an increase in their overall IT budgets in the next six months, down eight percentage points year over year and the lowest level since October 2009. State and federal government anticipate steady increases in both hardware and software […]
Large business and federal government expectations down since 2010 Six Month Outlook, which looks at overall market confidence, up year over year. On a sub-measure, forty-three percent of IT decision-makers expect an increase in the overall IT budget in the second half of 2011, a five percentage point decrease year over year. Two out of […]