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WWT To Hire 1,000 New Employees In 2022
‘When we look at some things that we may want to accelerate in some of these core areas, an acquisition may be the right thing and the most prudent thing to do,’ WWT’s CEO Jim Kavanaugh tells CRN's Mark Haranas.
Chairman's Newsletter: November 2021
WWT Chairman Dave Steward shares his thoughts on the business and what is inspiring him.
Inside World Wide Technology's decision to be title sponsor of this week's PGA Tour event
World Wide Technology is teeing up a new initiative this week
Better Together: Equality of Representation
Great Place to Work US, along with NPower and World Wide Technology, conducted conversation on Equality of Representation, part of their Better Together program.
Cisco has a huge opportunity in a new software field, says a partner that sold $6 billion worth of Cisco gear last year
Business Insider reached out to WWT to learn about our relationship with Cisco
World Wide Technology Commits $3 Million to Drive DE&I
“It’s up to all of us to be positive change makers, to leave a world behind better than what we found. And in that spirit, and on behalf of World Wide Technology, I’m excited to announce a continued $3 million financial commitment, focused on driving inclusion in the economy and creating a more diverse and equitable workforce by 2023. Together let’s make a new world happen.”
Digital Acceleration Redefines the Future of Work
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services found that not all digitization efforts are created equal. Enabling remote work was top of mind at the start of the pandemic, but now companies are looking for ways to glean more business value and sharpen their competitive position with their acceleration efforts.
Forbes: Here’s The Top 100 Internship Programs For 2021
We can look to and learn from the companies committed to shaping a future we can all be proud of. WayUp's Top 100 Internship Programs for 2021 includes World Wide Technology.
WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh On ‘Likely’ Office Delay, Vaccine Mandate Debate
In a recent interview with CRN, Jim Kavanaugh said it feels like the St. Louis-based solution provider is living in “two different worlds” because of the evolving nature of the pandemic.
American Cancer Society Heroes of Hope
This new feature from the St. Louis Business Journal will take a look at some of the city's most charitable individuals and dive deeper into why giving is so important to them. The American Cancer Society is proud to partner with the Business Journal in providing this opportunity.