WWT Vice President of Asia Pacific Nilesh Mistry authored an article for Security Solutions Today discussing the proper approach to enterprise security solutions.
World Wide Technology will return as a sponsor for Bubba Wallace’s No. 43 Chevrolet next season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
WWT is excited to continue our partnership with F5 Networks after being named the North America Partner of the Year for 2018.
Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist John Maglione authored an article for Training Industry discussing how to better train IT staff for today's market.
Avant Co-Founder Drew Lydecker and WWT's Neil Anderson talk with T.C. Doyle from the Channel Futures Podcast about the latest in emerging technology.
Puerto Rico's Governor discusses the impact of efforts made by WWT and Intel to support local schools in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
WWT Chief Technology Advisor Dave Locke explains how the growing sophistication of cyber-attacks requires a more robust approach to cybersecurity.
WWT is excited to announce its inclusion on Fortune and Great Place to Work's 2018 list of Best Workplaces for Diversity.
WWT's VP of Public Sector Bryan Thomas comments on how OMB is taking a pragmatic approach with its fourth version of the data consolidation memo.
World Wide Technology is proud to be one of Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work's 2018 Best Workplaces for Parents.
Blockchain, the technology on the tip of everyone's tongue, is explained by Dave Locke, Field CTO at World Wide Technology.
General Bob Ferrell discusses the important role cloud plays in digital transformation at the Digital Transformation Summit on October 3, 2018.
WWT and Dell Technologies developed a Blockchain Solutions Lab in the UK to host Project Concord, providing a base for enterprise implementations.
WWT's Dave Locke comments on the increase in regulations combined with the augmented risk of cybersecurity attacks, which has led to an exponential rise in companies focusing on revamping their infrastructures.
IBM is set to aquire Red Hat for $34B. WWT and Red Hat will continue to provide innovative cloud solutions in our Advanced Technology Center.
WWT's Josh Hogan and Matt Sebek comment on the ongoing digital work with partners like Schnuck Markets in Channel Executive Magazine.
World Wide Technology CEO Jim Kavanaugh talks with Authority Magazine about his approach to leadership and culture at WWT.
WWT Data Center Practice Director, Brent Collins, discusses why many companies still maintain some sort of on-premises infrastructure with ZDNet.
WWT's DC Innovation Center, located in the heart of the nation’s capital, will build on the company’s commitment to provide federal agencies the knowledge, speed, agility and independent viewpoint they need to make the most informed technology decisions while delivering transformational outcomes.
World Wide Technology is proud to be included in Great Place to Work and Fortune's 2018 ranking of Best Workplaces for Women.