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WWT's Jamie Milne: Connected Fleets and the Smart Mine

In a data rich industry, IoT sensors are the logical next step for mining truck fleet management, says Jamie Milne of World Wide Technology.
Hospitality Technology

6 Steps to Improving Employee Experience with Technology

Technology investments in restaurants have aimed to improve customer experience, but the complexities that accompany them are weighing on employees according to WWT's Josh Hogan.

Cisco AppDynamics Makes Significant Channel Strides As Partner Demand For AIOps Grows

WWT, a Cisco Gold Partner and AppDynamics Titan partner, has its own practice around APM and AIops, with AppDynamics being a cornerstone, said Tanner Bechtel, global practice director of APM/AIOps for WWT.

WWT’s Joel King Presents, Receives Award at Cisco DevNet Create 2019

Editorial Update: During her keynote address on April 24, Cisco's Susie Wee presented Joel with the DevNet Creator award for his contributions to DevNet Code Exchange (discussed below). Congrats, Joel! The below describes the talk Joel delivered at DevNet Create: “Analytics for Application Security and Policy Enforcement in Cloud Managed Networks”

Q&A: How Supplier Diversity program led to wins for WWT

WWT formally launched the Supplier Diversity Program in 2011 and it has been changing and improving WWT business practices ever since.

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.

Will Crushing Expectations Make an Agile Team Non-Agile? DUH!

We are warning you! Our Agile Architect, WWT's Mark J. Balbes, Ph.D. is in a pretty cantankerous mood. Read this ADTmag article at your own risk.
Finance Derivative

Grasping The Open Opportunity

Finance Derivative brings the latest News & Analysis from the finance world and corporate excellence. The magazine targets an audience of finance professionals, and corporate and private investors. WWT's Sarah Maber recently contributed.
Fifth Domain

Opinion: Making Continuous Compliance a Reality

Tim Robinson is practice manager, public sector security, at World Wide Technology. Here, he writes that by integrating the right technologies building a network that is compliant with the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program and the Department of Defense’s Comply to Connect program is possible.
Network World

Network World: SD-WAN: What is it and why you’ll use it one day

SD-WAN, a software approach managing wide-area networks, offers ease of deployment, central manageability and reduced costs, and can improve connectivity to branch offices and the cloud. WWT's Neil Anderson contributes to the conversation with Michael Cooney.

CRN: New Cybereason Americas Channel Chief Doubles Down On Health Care

No industry matches health care as to the sheer breadth of sensitive data, with attackers looking to get their hands on Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, sales records and prescription records, says Cybereason's Joe O’Donnell. WWT's Matt Berry provides further comment.
5G Radar

5G Radar: ‘5G has arrived, and the time to act is now’

5G will have a revolutionary role for businesses. Daniel Valle, EMEA Chief Technologist at WWT reveals all to 5G Radar.

TechTarget: PDU-UPS evolves slowly, offers partners modularity

Data center power infrastructure may not be the epicenter of IT innovation, but channel partners see vendors providing modularity, customization options and redundancy features. WWT's Mike Parham offers his insights to John Moore.
Computer Weekly

Getting cloud under control: A how-to guide for CIOs

In this guest post with ComputerWeekly.com, Dave Locke, chief technology advisor for Europe, Middle East and Africa at World Wide Technology, sets out why organisations need a clear, consistent and easy-to-follow strategy to keep their cloud plans in check.

WWT Among Best Workplaces for Women™ 2019

To determine the Best Workplaces for Women, Great Place to Work® analyzed anonymous survey feedback representing more than 4.6 million US employees. Based on feedback from World Wide Technology employees, WWT has ranked 70th.

GovDataDownload: Q&A with WWT Data Visionary on the Rise of Government Cloud Adoption

When it comes to the journey to the cloud for government, many agencies are overcoming their fear of the unknown, and taking significant steps to modernize their networks. WWT's Rick Piña , Chief Technology Advisor, spoke with GovDataDownload.

AdWeek: Meet Adobe’s 10 UX Designers to Watch in 2019

Meet Adobe’s 10 UX Designers to Watch in 2019, including WWT's Tim Hykes. Take a look at the 10 user experience designers being highlighted, by Sammy Nickalls.

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.
Global Newswire

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.

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.