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100 Best Companies To Work For 2021: Midsize
Seattle Business Magazine: Companies work to create communicative, collegial cultures
Microsoft Mesh and Its Place in Microsoft's Metaverse Ambitions
CMS Wire: Mesh was designed to improve remote collaboration and provide immersive training and communication tools for businesses and consumers.
Race & Sports: Bob Ferrell moving golf forward
VP of Public Sector Strategy at World Wide Technology Bob Ferrell joins Golf Today to continue the discussion on Race & Sports in America
Cisco Webex Investment ‘Thrills’ Partners Targeting Hybrid Work Opportunities
The tech giant Cisco continues to take aim at its collaboration competition by continuously innovating and bolstering its Webex collaboration platform with more than 1,000 new features and capabilities over the last 12 months in an investment that Cisco partners applaud.
World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba
Justin Thomas Headlines Additional Player Commitments at WWT Championship at Mayakoba |
Seven of the Top 20 and 18 of the Top 50 in the World are currently slated to compete in Mexico
CRN’s 2021 IoT Innovators Awards
CRN honors 25 solution providers that are blazing new trails in the Internet of Things, with innovative solutions and services across industrial IoT, connected systems, IoT security, AI at the edge and more.
3 hybrid work strategy tips CIOs and IT need now
WWT's Joe Berger: Moving to a hybrid work model presents a number of challenges for companies. Here's how IT leaders can help overcome obstacles and support success.
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.