You’re getting ready for the workday, whether it is going to be spent at home or in the work office. You eventually get to your desk and engage with emails, answer IT support tickets, and correspond with colleagues on the group chat. The busy start does not go without your favorite podcast, however. You pop in your ear buds and continue the podcast series that expands on whichever niche topic that interests you. The episode holds your attention just enough to enable easy learning. Whatever the topic is, you are locked in and ready to support your IT team.
At WEI, we are passionate about solving technology challenges. Through developing custom procurement solutions, we empower your organization to unlock new data and make business decisions that encourage innovation. To ensure all items and services are properly acquired so they can be implemented successfully and efficiently, it’s important to have solidified procurement processes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forever reshaped the way we work. At the onset of the pandemic, companies were forced to rapidly transition to working from home. A year and a half later, it appears remote working won’t be fading away anytime soon. One recent study found that 87% of professionals hope to continue working from home, even after the pandemic is over.
We understand businesses have a real responsibility to help reduce the possibility of COVID-19 transmission in their organization, and as a technology innovator, WEI is here to help. As COVID-19 continues to challenge our daily lives, enterprise leaders are in need of a tool to ensure the safety of their employees while also promoting productivity and efficiency wherever possible. To help fill this need, WEI has introduced iCovidScreen, a web-based mobile COVID-19 self-screening application, utilizing a custom questionnaire based on the latest Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
You may have heard the good news―WEI is expanding our staff augmentation services to all our customers. While we’ve been perfecting the practice of IT recruiting and IT staffing for our Fortune 100 customers for over ten years, we realize this service offering was born from the very real need to fulfill IT roles with the ‘right’ person. Time and cost are always part of the headache of finding highly specialized IT resources with sought after skill sets. Our expansive network and our seasoned engineering experts (spanning all IT disciplines) puts us in a position of distinction to confidently offer this service, and our existing customers have found tremendous value in our offering. IT staffing is a challenging practice, but we have all the tools, the network, and the in-house expertise to deliver this additional service for our enterprise IT customers with an unmatched level of commitment and dedication to seeing our customers succeed.
As an IT solutions provider dedicated to innovation and solving our clients’ technology challenges, we are pleased to announce our recent recognition by CRN on the 2018 Solution Provider 500 (SP500) list; WEI was ranked at #109 on the prestigious list.
We want our data and we want it now! That is the mantra of Enterprise Storage today. Businesses today are data driven and as part of the digital transformation process, companies are finding innovative uses to utilize their data. Those companies that can best employ their data to spur greater innovation will achieve a competitive edge over their competitors.
There’s a sea of change afoot in enterprise data centers, focused on identifying the best storage media for the mountain of application data. As opposed to the loyal, hard disk drive (HDD), enterprise storage is being transformed by the use of persistent flash memory for primary workloads. Yet, with all the good flash storage can do, there are a few misconceptions that can derail an otherwise solid flash storage investment. If you plan to deploy flash storage, read on for three cautions and considerations from a technology partner.
Today, the wide variety of available technology solutions opens the possibilities for organizations seeking the right combination of strategies to meet their diverse, unique needs. Luckily, companies who want to leverage the benefits of cloud computing don’t have to go “all-in” immediately; they are able to mix their traditional IT approaches with cloud-based solutions: this is described as hybrid IT. Why is traditional IT limiting? Read on for a look at hybrid IT’s importance.