With constrained IT budgets that can lead to long procurement cycles, end users could be buying too much capacity up front or they may not be buying enough.
In order for the greater organization to grow, the internal teams must work together to streamline goals and objectives that directly affect one another.
As Avnet’s fiscal year 2014 comes to a close, we reflect on one of Avnet’s most revolutionary years in history.
From punching numbers to punching bags, one of Avnet’s own employees suited up to raise money for charity in CRN Fight Night 2014.
New business formed by Avnet specifically to fill the gaps and create value that directly impacts government mission outcomes.
EMC World 2014 was buzzing with activity last week during its May 5–8 event at the impressive Sands Expo and Convention Center, adjacent to the host Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. Vying for the attention of more than 12,000 attendees, the show floor booths in the Solutions Arcade provided lots of eye candy to draw traffic toward their wares, including dancers, wall climbers and contortionists. Lots of energy,…
What it comes down to is that if you wonder about being liable in situations where you can’t deliver goods or services as reasonably expected, you probably are.
From the rise of managing enterprise mobile platforms, to software-defined data centers, to cloud delivery options and big data analytics, there are landmark opportunities for growth and advancement in the industry.
The traditional methods of doing business are no longer delivering sustainable results. Agencies are under increasing pressure to leverage technology as a means to innovate their way out of budget deficits.
When you see cloud computing advertised on TV during sporting events, it’s a pretty strong indication that your company’s technology infrastructure doesn’t just belong to the IT department anymore. Everyone in the organization now has a role to play. As the leader of a $10.4 billion technology sales and marketing organization, I’ve been on the frontlines of this fundamental shift, where the definition of “IT customer” has expanded to include…
With the rapid changes surrounding healthcare in 2014, including the rising demand for improved patient care and doctor experiences, as well as the continued move toward electronic records, healthcare IT is starting to show four distinct technology trends. Geared toward providing exceptional experiences, supporting improved outcomes, lowering operational costs and enhancing patient satisfaction, these four trends are helping to shape the future of healthcare IT. 1 – Big Data & Analytics: Transforming the…