WWT has received the 2017 Dell EMC North America Partner of the Year Award for results and commitment to Dell EMC. This marks yet another year in which WWT has received such exclusive recognitions for being a premier Dell EMC partner.
Each year, Forbes seeks to discover which companies operating in the U.S. today are best at making their employees feel happy, inspired, and well-compensated. Out of the list of 800 employers, WWT ranked #50 in the midsize category.
Bob Olwig, vice president of business development and innovation, comments on growth WWT is seeing with Dell EMC portfolio in latest CRN article.
Scot Gagnon, WWT's director of army and special operations, comments on the revamp of the Tampa Office in a recent 83 Degrees Media article.
Bob Olwig, vice president of business development and innovation at WWT, comments in the latest CRN edition on the reference architecture Dell EMC created with VMware and their 'hot hand' in the market.
WWT to market and sell DriveScale’s unique SDI solution that supports modern workloads such as Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, Cassandra and NoSQL of any size, at any scale, at a fraction of the cost.
WWT's Director of Data Center Scott Miller comments on the new Dell EMC and Microsoft partnership that allows channel partners to build on-premise Microsoft Azure clouds using Dell EMC technology.
World Wide Technology (WWT) is one of Britain’s best employers, according to the global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work®. WWT placed third in the ‘small’ category, after achieving excellence in criteria such as employee engagement, culture and benefits.
WWT's Matt Sebek talks about three core values that help retailers re-engineer their business to attract millennials with Innovative Retail Technologies.
Wireless Architect Adrian McCaskill talks 2.4GHz Wi-Fi noise and speed compared to 5 GHz Wi-Fi in Network World article.
WWT's revamped Tampa facilities offer new, collaborative work spaces, and the full testing capabilities of WWT’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) virtually to local clients.
Consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune have named our organization one of the Bay Area’s best workplaces. WWT came in No. 23 on the list of large employers. The rankings considered surveys from more than 220,000 co-workers who assessed their organizations’ fairness, management, camaraderie and other factors crucial to a high-performance workplace.
The first Global Leadership Forum Summit took place April 6 at World Wide Technology. The summit's mandate was "Educate To Action."
Mike McGlynn, VP of security solutions at WWT, talks about the complexities of securing IoT projects and BYOD programs and why organizations should consider a holistic approach to cybersecurity.
Bob Olwig, VP of business development and innovation at WWT, comments on the acquisition of Wavefront and VMware's position in the virtualization space.
WWT's Manufacturing Industry Practice Lead Don Rogers comments on the forecasted growth of predictive maintenance and how it will be key for navigating economic uncertainties and keeping up with global competitors.
WWT is expanding to Canada and Corey Tkachuk has been hired as the first WWT Canada employee. Tkachuk, the former director of infrastructure services for Cisco Canada, commented on first steps in this CDN article.
Don Rogers, head of WWT's Manufacturing Industry Practice at WWT, shares global insights on the manufacturing sector in a recent PBSI article.
Chris Konrad, global practice lead for security engagements comments on Tanium's new appointment of John Maxwell as their regional director leading its business around state and local government, health care and education.
Dave Chandler, director of enterprise network solutions, comments on the benefits and adoption of network automation.
Neil Anderson comments on the emergence of wireless standard 802.11ac Wave 2 and the potential benefits it will bring for users.