For the third year in a row, WWT has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2018.
WWT has been named NetApp Top DoD VAR Partner of the Year based on total revenue and a truly innovative approach to selling the NetApp portfolio.
WWT Vice President of Human Resources Ann Marr says that better culture means better business for tech companies in this article posted by VARinsights.
WWT is featured on CIOL's report on the top 10 tech companies to work for in the US, based on Glassdoor's list of 100 Best Places to Work in 2018.
WWT is proud to announce its inclusion on the Fortune and Great Place to Work® Best Workplaces for Parents and Best Workplaces for Diversity lists for 2017.
WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh joins other business leaders and gives a few tips on what CEOs can do to create a work culture that improves employee retention.
Retired Army Lieutenant General Robert Ferrell spent 38 years in the military before joining his son at WWT as Vice President of Federal Strategy.
WWT and Phunware today announced a strategic partnership to create richer mobile experiences with location-based applications.
World Wide Technology (WWT) was named one of the best workplaces for parents on Fortune's 50 Best Workplaces for Parents 2017 list.
WWT EMEA Director Ben Boswell comments on the Thanksgiving sales boom and how it is impacting retailers and supply chains.
Ben Boswell, Director of EMEA for WWT, talks about keeping the UK at the forefront of technological innovation with the Autumn Budget 2017.
WWT facilities are featured in this article from IBT on how maximizing the benefits of digital technology will continuously increase employee productivity.
Ben Boswell, Director of EMEA for WWT, was included in CRN's annual A-List, which features the most recognizable figures in the UK channel.
WWT Practice Director of Cloud and Automation Jason Campagna discusses how composable infrastructure is helping organizations on the path to SDDC.
Cisco Partner Summit 2017 covered a lot of ground before wrapping up last week in Dallas. Here are three takeaways from TechTarget.
World Wide Technology celebrated the official opening of its new global headquarters located in Maryland Heights’ Westport Plaza. The new facility stands seven stories tall, spans 208,000 square feet and is brimming with cutting-edge technology.
Announced November 2, 2017, World Wide Technology (WWT) was named CommVault's Top Department of Defense Partner of the Year for 2017.
WWT's collaboration practice director Joe Berger talks about the future opportunities he sees with the new Spark conversational assistant.
Dr. Mark Balbes, Vice President, Architecture of WWT Asynchrony Labs, authored a blog for ADTMag, discussing agile changes in the past 10 years.
WWT took home a total of 13 regional and global awards at the Cisco Partner Summit 2017, including Americas Partner of the Year.
The P-OTA was negotiated by WWT and DIUx on behalf of the U.S. Army, which was awarded an initial $35 million Task Order under the agreement.