Sneak Peek Midsized Enterprise Summit Fall 2019

Are you Ready for the Largest Gathering of Midmarket CIOs and Senior IT Executives?

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Benefits of SD-WAN For Midmarket Companies

Senior IT leader is vocal about how SD-WAN can help midsize companies improve network performance, bandwidth

Nick Dell, a senior IT leader with Midway Products Group, has been is a leading voice of how midmarket organizations can deploy SD-WAN to improve network connectivity for their organizations. He recently spoke to a group of solution providers who service midsize organizations.

HERE’S WHO WILL BE AT MES SPRING 2019… WILL YOU?

At MES Spring 2019, today’s top tech suppliers will gather with IT decision makers to discuss the most-pressing issues facing midmarket organizations. What follows is a preview of more than 50 tech suppliers that midmarket IT leaders will find featured at this year’s conference.

How To Choose The Right Managed Service Provider

Midmarket CIOs are reliant on outside partners to satisfy the IT demands of their organization. Most midsize companies lack the internal resources to deliver a wide range of services such as desktop support, application development and management, IT security solutions or cloud services. As a result, IT leaders need to carefully select partners who can deliver a wide range of IT services. But where to start? Well, CRN recently compiled a list of the nation’s top managed services providers which is a useful tool for today’s IT leaders.

Simplivity Leader Maps Out IT Strategy To Simplify The Data Center

The Midsize Enterprise Summit 2016 kicked off in Austin on Sunday with a keynote presentation entitled, ‘Expand Your Possibilities, Not Your Data Center’, by Marty Sanders, Senior Vice President of the Americas for SimpliVity, a company that offers revolutionary and disruptive innovation designed to simplify the data center.

Union Pacific’s CIO Shares His Formula For Success

“If this doesn’t come through, I’m going to be gone.”

 That’s what Union Pacific CIO Lynden Tennison told me a few years ago, describing a massive undertaking he was leading to overhaul the iconic railroad company’s transportation-management system. Based on initial estimates, the project, dubbed NetControl, would cost at least $200 million over the course of a decade or so.