ST. LOUIS -- June 20, 2018 -- World Wide Technology (WWT) CEO Jim Kavanaugh has won a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award honoring the Top CEOs in 2018. He ranked 11th among the 100 executives listed for large U.S. enterprises with a 97 percent approval rating from employees. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and...
John Yorke, Agile Coach at WWT Asynchrony Labs, authored a recent blog post for InfoQ.com, where he discusses three separate thought processes that contribute to successful agile software development.
Mark Balbes, Vice President, Architecture at WWT Asynchrony Labs, authored a new article for ADTmag discussing Greed-Accelerated Development (GAD) and what it can do for your software development.
Read what Nilesh Mistry, WWT Vice President for Asia Pacific, says about how the Internet of Things will impact delivery of banking services.
World Wide Technology announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named WWT to its 2018 Fast Growth 150 list.
World Wide Technology was recently named to the San Francisco Business Times' ranking of the 'Top 20 Companies for Supplier Diversity in the Bay Area,' recognizing local organizations with the highest overall supply chain diversity score.
Neil Anderson, practice manager of mobility and access at WWT, discusses how Cisco intent-based networking has eased network management and brought new business capabilities for customers.
Bob Olwig, WWT Vice President of Corporate Business Development, comments on the launch of NetApp® ONTAP® AI proven architecture.
WWT Vice President & Head of Asia Pacific, Nilesh Mistry, authored an article in Industrial Automation Asia magazine for the June/July 2018 issue. In it, he discusses the role of systems integrators in the complex IT world.
WWT Technical Solutions Architect Clint Huffaker comments on F5 Networks' new offerings that provide advanced access controls and dedicated SSL visibility with orchestration capabilities to help thwart today’s most sophisticated cyber attacks.
Combining the views of consumers and the insights of 25 global AI experts, including data engineers from World Wide Technology, FleishmanHillard's artificial intelligence report reveals how the technology industry can build public trust and help everyone live better lives.
According to experts like WWT's Collaboration Practice Director Joe Berger, technology is powering collaboration like never before — transforming the workplace and how we do business for generations to come.
WWT’s advanced technology centre, opened recently in Singapore, is enabling customers in Asia to evaluate vendor products before they make a purchasing decision.
WWT's Vice President, Head of Asia Pacific Nilesh Mistry authored a blog article for HRM Asia, discussing the current digital skill gap and what can be done to address the issue.
WWT receives the 2018 Dell EMC UK Most Engaged Partner of the Year Award for delivering significant growth and added value through the continued partnership.
World Wide Technology (WWT) has been named NetApp Top Partner of the Year for its outstanding achievements in selling and supporting NetApp products in NetApp’s 2018 Fiscal Year.
World Wide Technology is honored to be named #3 in Seattle Business magazine's annual list of Best Companies to Work For, in the Headquartered Out-of-State category.
The proportion of firms citing cyber attack as a key risk has increased for the third consecutive time in the Bank of England’s Systemic Risk Survey. The survey highlights perceived risks to the UK financial system.
World Wide Technology (WWT) was named one of the country’s Best Workplaces for Millennials in 2018 by research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and FORTUNE. This is the fifth consecutive year WWT has earned a spot on the Millennials list.
Tech leaders dominate the Glassdoor Top CEOs in 2018, with 26 on the list this year, twice as much as any other industry.
When Hewlett Packard Enterprise President and CEO Antonio Neri last month visited World Wide Technology executives, the conversation naturally revolved around two topics dear to both sides: IT and cars.