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Team Leadership On Agile Teams

John Yorke shares his thoughts on team autonomy and self-organization. As well as, some of the things to watch out for with shared leadership.
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HashiCorp Names 2019 Channel Partners of the Year for Resellers/Systems Integrators That Are Focused on Helping With Cloud Operating Model Transition

Alongside the unveiling of the reseller and systems integrator program updates, HashiCorp honored three companies onstage at the HashiCorp Partner Summit at HashiConf September 9th in Seattle, including WWT as HashiCorp Rookie of the Year.

Agile: Reflective Practice and Application

John Yorke, WWT Agile Coach, authored a recent blog post for InfoQ.com, where he discusses three separate thought processes that contribute to successful agile software development.

Keep CALMS and DevOps Ons

WWT's Mark Balbes discusses the nature of DevOps and its relationship to agile in his latest article with ADT Mag.

CRN: HashiCorp Looks To ‘Flip Its Channel On Its Side’, Redirect Enterprise Accounts To Partners

New channel chief Michelle Graff told CRN and attendees of the HashiConf Partner Summit that a major revamp of the startup’s channel program shifts focus from volume to specialization as the DevOps pioneer sets a timetable for becoming a channel-led sales organization. WWT comments.

WWT Named One of 2019 Best Companies to Work for

World Wide Technology (WWT) Named Best Company to Work for Eight Years in a Row by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE.

Nextgov: Agencies Work to Embrace—and Secure—the Internet of Things

Inside officials shared their lessons learned and concerns around the evolving connectivity.

World Wide Technology Deploys Advantech White box Universal CPE in Advanced Technology Center

Advantech’s verified Intel Select Solution for uCPE goes live for Service Provider Evaluation and Testing.

World Wide Technology Honored as One of the Best Places to Work in 2018, a Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award Winner

For the third year in a row, World Wide Technology (WWT) has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2018.

The 50 Best Workplaces in Technology 2019

WWT was recently named to 2019’s list of Best Workplaces in Technology, created by FORTUNE and research partner, Great Place to Work.

Unified Communications Market Sees Demand for Customized Offerings

TechTarget talks with Derrick Monahan and Derek Lohmann about new ways to use APIs, such as provisioning UC services for hybrid deployments.

Industry Execs Point to Next Steps for FITARA Grade Improvements

WWT VP, Public Sector Bryan Thomas comments on the FITARA Scorecard 7.0 report from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

RPM, World Wide Technology renew partnership for 2019

World Wide Technology will return as a sponsor for Bubba Wallace’s No. 43 Chevrolet next season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

3 Factors to Consider to Better Train Your IT Staff

Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist John Maglione authored an article for Training Industry discussing how to better train IT staff.

The blockchain revolution: Change, barriers and the future landscape

Blockchain, the technology on the tip of everyone's tongue, is explained by Dave Locke, Field CTO at World Wide Technology.

World Wide Technology Recognized on 2018 Best Workplaces for Parents List

World Wide Technology is proud to be one of Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work's 2018 Best Workplaces for Parents.

Channel Futures Podcast with Avant Co-Founder Drew Lydecker and WWT's Neil Anderson

Avant Co-Founder Drew Lydecker and WWT's Neil Anderson talk with T.C. Doyle on the Channel Futures Podcast about the latest in emerging tech.

Lessons From a Tech Titan: Jim Kavanaugh, CEO of WWT

World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh talks with Authority Magazine about his approach to leadership and culture at WWT.

The top 10 things companies are keeping in their own data centers

WWT Data Center Practice Director, Brent Collins, discusses why many companies still maintain some sort of on-premises infrastructure with ZDNet.

Cisco 'Data Center Anywhere' Vision Includes ACI, HyperFlex, CloudCenter Updates

Cisco wants to bring the power of the data center to wherever customers need it most, whether it’s in a public cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.