CDW-G

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CDW-GCDW - Government (formerly Computer Discount Warehouse - Government)
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Currently, only 39 percent of institutions require two-factor authentication, according to the CDW-G report.
"You start to see huge savings and synergies by connecting the whole school," says CDW-G's Koczera.
There are other services like GetEdFunding in the education market, says Liz White, senior marketing manager for K-12 at CDW-G, but many of them are subscription-based.
Americans are most interested in obtaining information about weather threats, terrorist threats or incidents, major roadway closures and health threats via emergency alerts, the CDW-G survey found.
CDW-G, a leading source of information technology (IT) solutions, found little in the marketplace that assessed the current state of federal telework and the barriers agencies faced in meeting the telework requirement.
According to CDW-G, the five key findings of the survey were:
"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.
Under the terms of a five-year blanket purchase agreement through CDW-G; which includes one base year and four one-year options, Symantec AntiVirus will protect up to 114,000 USDA servers and desktops agency-wide.
He struck up a relationship with CDW-G, a provider of information technology and services that specializes in serving education and government organizations.
An interesting twist to CDW@work is CDW-Government (CDW-G) a wholly owned subsidiary that offers a specialized electronic platform just for procurement officers at local, state and federal government agencies.
More than one-third of higher ed faculty reported using distance and virtual learning methods more frequently than they had in the past two years, according to "Learn Now, Lecture Later," a June 2012 CDW-G study of high schools and colleges.