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World Wide Technology Inaugurates New Cyber Range with First Capture the Flag Event for Its Financial Institution Customers
More than 35 cybersecurity practitioners battled in WWT’s newly built Cyber Range, a $1.5M add-on to the WWT Advanced Technology Center.
PGA Tour event in Mexico now titled World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba through 2027
golfweek.usatoday.com | The PGA Tour’s event at El Camaleón Golf Club at Mayakoba on Mexico’s Riviera Maya will now be titled the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba through 2027.
Global Citizen Live: A 24-Hour Broadcast Event Uniting the World to Defend the Planet and Defeat Poverty
Global Citizen Live will feature events and performances filmed across six continents. Global Citizen Live and the overarching Recovery Plan for the World campaign are supported by a coalition of many of the world's leading corporations.
UK's Best Workplaces™ for Women 2021
In this fourth year of the UK's Best Workplaces™ for Women’s list, GPTW is excited to shine a spotlight on the organisations who, while navigating a global health crisis, addressed gender equality issues and remained committed to building a better future for women at work.
Glassdoor Reveals Employees' Choice Awards For The Top CEOs In 2021
Leaders at Boston Consulting Group, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines and World Wide Technology Among Glassdoor's Top 25 Chief Executives
Jim Kavanaugh on Wharton Business Daily
World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh joins Dan Loney on Wharton Business Daily to discuss the company's outlook and the state of business technology.
How the CEO of a Company With $13.4 Billion in Annual Revenue Makes Employee Mental Health a Top Priority
Inc.: Nearly 80 percent of U.S. employers say employee mental health and wellbeing is now a top company priority, new research shows.
CRN 2021 Women of the Channel Awards Announced
CRN named Sara Goellner, Vice President, Chief of Staff at WWT, to its Power 60 Solution Providers list.
INNOVATION IN ST. LOUIS | How World Wide Technology turned to R&D to stay ahead in a fast-growing sector
This is part of a St. Louis Business Journal special report on innovation in St. Louis. They interviewed R&D leaders from several of the region’s most high-profile companies to understand where they get ideas and how they make them into new products, and to share examples that resulted from the process.
What Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Looks Like At World Wide Technology
Great Place to Work: Here are five ways that WWT put its listening strategy at the forefront of its enhanced diversity and inclusion efforts.