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AWS Marketplace professional services gain momentum
Partners like WWT cite flexible contracting and custom offers as key advantages of selling in the marketplace, but they look for AWS to help with T&M contracting and catalog creation.
Cisco relies on allies like Amazon for over 90% of its revenue. Here are Cisco's most important partners as it undergoes its biggest transformation ever.
As Cisco aims to grow its business, the $230 billion company's sprawling network of resellers has proven to be its "not-so-secret weapon" to keep its sales engine running as it undergoes the largest business transformation in its 37-year history.
St. Louis Business Journal
Commentary: Auto racing offers much more than just a race
NASCAR just announced that a Cup race is coming to World Wide Technology Raceway in St. Louis next year. In this commentary, Dave Steward and UMSL's Chuck Grange discuss how top-tier driving and technology contests can influence students.
A key Cisco exec says that its increasingly-complex product lineup could 'kill' its partners' profitability, and explains the race to solve it for them
Cisco senior vice president and head of global partner sales Oliver Tuszik and WWT's Brian Ortbals spoke with Business Insider about Cisco's growing portfolio.
VMware gears up for a challenging future
As VMware preps to discuss its products and technology at VMworld 2021 next week, it faces questions about cloud strategy, the evolution of NSX networking software, and executive upheaval.
St. Louis American
NAF launches high school academies
NAF - a national nonprofit that works with local business leaders to establish career-readiness programs in schools - is expanding its national network for the 2021-2022 school year with 50 new academies in cities across America, including St. Louis.
African-American Career World
This feature showcases insights from John Crawford on his career at World Wide Technology and the pressing issues facing the tech industry today.
Assessing the future of remote working in Southeast Asia: How can partners differentiate?
WWT's Piyush V Gupta took part in the Channel Asia Executive Roundtable discussing the future of remote working.
World Wide Technology announced as title sponsor of APGA Tour’s player development program
Matt Horner, executive vice president, WWT: “We are excited to take a leadership role in helping the APGA Tour flourish and provide broader opportunities to these players and the many to follow.”
Developing a Holistic Approach to Multicloud Security
To be effective, a multicloud security strategy needs to provide end-to-end protection that gives agencies visibility across hosts and services.