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Jim Kavanaugh: WWT Will Add Over 1,000 New Jobs In 2021
World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh talks to CRN about his plans to hire new employees this year to drive services sales in specific fast-growing and emerging markets.
Gigamon Recognizes Top-Performing Partners at Annual Sales Kick-Off Event
From the Gigamon Newsroom: by working with its strong partner network, Gigamon is able to provide guaranteed ROI, solution flexibility and visibility enhancements for its global customers
The Business Times
The tech wingback
The Business Times: Jim Kavanaugh, CEO of IT giant WWT (and a professional soccer player before he entered the tech world), talks about the values that apply in both sports and business -- and the industry trends unleashed by the pandemic.
The Transition to TIC 3.0: Ensuring Agency Readiness for Network Modernization
Matt Oberhofer writes for NextGov: IT and security teams will need the right building blocks to accommodate a range of use cases.
Nvidia Puts Certified AI Servers At Forefront In New Program
The chipmaker kicked off the program with 14 certified GPU servers from Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Gigabyte, Supermicro and Inspur, promising optimized performance for AI applications, frameworks and domain-specific software development kits from Nvidia’s NGC hub.
WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh’s 5 Big Leadership Tips During COVID
CRN: From key executive messaging during COVID-19 to not raising health insurance, World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh gives his best leadership advice during uncertain times in his Best of Breed Virtual Series keynote.
How the converged Edge can cut next-gen network deployment from years to months
WWT's Dan Graham speaks with Vanilla Plus about 5G and Mobile Edge Computing.
ARN from IDG
Spotlight on home office connectivity intensifies
Work from home users to get more sophisticated network hardware and software as enterprises consider options such as SD-WAN and SASE; WWT's Neil Anderson offers his expertise.
St. Louis Business Journal
The 2021 outlook: St. Louis entrepreneurs expect continued adoption of new tech in year ahead
The St. Louis Business Journal asked executives and business leaders from across the region about the lessons learned from an arduous 2020 and what they hope for in 2021. Below are responses from local entrepreneurs, technology executives and investors.
People Matters Global
People Matters: Outlook 2021 - January 2021
January 2021 Issue: Outlook 2021 The year 2020 has been catastrophic.