CDW-G

AcronymDefinition
CDW-GCDW - Government (formerly Computer Discount Warehouse - Government)
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In 2009, after about three years of eying a Cisco TelePresence system, administrators acquired one and consulted with CDW-G to implement it.
In April 2005, CDW-G followed the initial report with an update, approximately 60 days after the deadline for Commerce, Justice, State, and the SBA to enable teleworking for 100 percent of eligible employees.
The Small Business Partner Consortium empowers our small business partners with access to leading technology products from more than 1,000 manufacturers, expanding their contracting opportunities in the Federal marketplace," said Jim Shanks, president of CDW-G.
We are pleased to have signed an agreement with CDW-G, which will provide Rhode Island schools with an all-inclusive technology package at a competitive price.
CDW-G typically recommends a three-step process, starting with a high-level network assessment, figuring out how to most economically broaden bandwidth, and then "Virtualize, virtualize, virtualize," says Joe Kurtz, CDW-G's director of sales for K12 education.
CDW-G received praise for its dedication to helping customers maximize their software investments by engaging in every step of the software lifecycle - from technology validation to management and deployment.
online textbooks, material available online for download including PDF documents, notes and other curricular materials in electronic form Source: CDW-G 2010 21st-Century Campus Report
Bob Kirby, CDW-G K12 senior director, says the new tool enables school leaders to understand how to improve the security of school learning environments.
CDW-G isn't the only organization to identify K-12's lack of progress in the area of crisis management; the US Government Accountability Office's report to Congress called it out as well.
CDW-G is honored to be named EMC's Federal 2012 Partner of the Year," said Bob Kirby, vice president of federal government for CDW-G.
According to "Learn Now, Lecture Later," a new report released by CDW-G today, nearly half (47 percent) of teachers surveyed said they are moving beyond the lecture-only model, and 71 percent of students and 77 percent of teachers say they are using more classroom technology today than just two years ago, including laptops/netbooks, digital content and learning management systems.