Best of Breed: A CIO's View

John RegulaTake a closer look through the eyes of a CIO at what took place at the recent Best of Breed conference featuring many of today’s leading tech providers and his take on the channel’s strengths and weaknesses.

You Have More in Common With the NBA Than You Realize

Jeff LutesMES Advisory Board Member Jeff Lutes discusses how he faces the same challenges as a small to midsize enterprise despite working for the Orlando Magic, as well as finding the right partners to do business with.

Most folks wouldn’t assume that professional sports franchises struggle with resource management.

Take the NBA’s Orlando Magic, for example. Forbes calculated their team value at $920 million as of February 2017.

You Wanted Data. You Got Data. Now, What Do You Do With All of That Data?

Tammy BarrMES Advisory Board member Tammy Barr discusses how her struggle with data has evolved from figuring out where to find it to trying to get more of it to deciding how to analyze all of it.

Back in the day, companies wanted as much data as they could get, but didn’t know where to find it. Then they started getting measurable data, but still wanted more.

Voice Of The Midmarket: MES Appoints Five IT Leaders To Advisory Board

The Midsize Enterprise Summit is pleased to announce the expansion of its Advisory Board, with five influential IT leaders who will be serving as the voice of the midmarket and help shape the conference’s strategic direction. Joining the Board are a diverse set of leaders from a wide range of industries and markets. The newest Board members include Jesse Crum of Knoxville Hospital Clinics; Brian Melquist of Truck-Lite; Doug Pontious of Amerisure Insurance; Vennard Wright of Prince George’s County Government and Mary Wyderski of Professional Service Industries, Inc. All are passionate about helping other midmarket IT leaders succeed.