WWT ranked 40 on the list, which is based on employee ratings of their workplace culture, including the level of trust they feel towards leaders, the pride they take in their jobs and the camaraderie they experience with co-workers.
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.
Ben Boswell, EMEA director for WWT, discusses the boom in IoT and implementing IoT projects with no real business objective in a post he authored for City A.M.
David Rosenblatt discusses how WWT meets the needs of major enterprise customers on this Telecom Reseller podcast from Enterprise Connect 2017.
Among the top 50, WWT ranked #47 and was recognized for our passion for making a difference in our communities and the infinite opportunities to give back.
CRN's annual Tech Elite 250 list honors an exclusive group of North American IT solution providers that have earned the highest number of advanced technical certifications from leading IT vendors.
WWT ranked No.2 on the St. Louis Business Journal's Top 150 Privately Held Companies list for St. Louis.
Ben Boswell, director of EMEA for WWT, sat down with Susannah Streeter of BBC World in February to discuss tech trends like automation, the Internet of Things and the customer experience for retailers.
Vice President of World Wide Technology Matt Horner and Regional Director Trina Clark joined Fox 2 for more on the ribbon cutting ceremony of NPower and the opportunities it provides for those interested in pursuing technology careers.
The 18-month-old Springfield team represents one of four satellite offices for the software development company, part of the $9 billion St. Louis firm World Wide Technology.
World Wide Technology is moving away from the classic VAR model and demonstrating how integrating the latest technology and providing upfront consulting is a strategy that appeals to the largest of customers.
World Wide Technology, was awarded a $14,250,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price multiple-award contract for procurement of information communication technology/equipment (ICT/E), including a broad range of procurements identified by risk.
Part of that growth in Westport Plaza is attributable to the new corporate headquarters of World Wide Technology. That alone will bring approximately 1,200 jobs to Westport Plaza by the summer.
WWT provides Ixia’s visibility, security, and test solutions with focus on meeting specific customer needs.