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Kyle Davies

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From Tech Strategies to Tech Plans: Creating a Roadmap That’s Right for Your Business

21 May, 2021 / by Kyle Davies posted in Integrated Technology

Strategy, like democracy and sustainability, has a “too many friends” problem. Everyone knows it’s a good thing and everyone claims to be doing it—but when you look a little deeper, things are rarely as complete as they initially appear to be. At CDW, we’ve noticed that for many IT leaders trying to plot a future course for their organisations through murky waters, a high-level business strategy sometimes raises questions, such as how do we implement this?
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What Might You Achieve If You Used Your IT Service Provider More Effectively?

7 May, 2021 / by Kyle Davies posted in Integrated Technology

"How might we?" questions are extremely common for a good reason: they have a way of helping people to see beyond the here and now, to imagine new possibilities that often turn out to be entirely achievable. So, if you're stuck in a rut with your service provider where you only hear from them when it's time to renew the contract, it's time to ask: "How might we have a more rewarding relationship with our IT partners?" To help you think it through, here are some of the ways our customers have used us to their advantage:
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Stretch your IT budget in 2021

24 March, 2021 / by Kyle Davies posted in Integrated Technology

The past year’s shift to remote working has been challenging and rewarding. It has also created unprecedented pressure to deliver more from IT budgets. In this post I’ll explore some of the ways IT leaders and managers can meet these new demands, while also investing wisely for the future.
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Six Common Mistakes when Implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

15 June, 2020 / by Kyle Davies posted in Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery

Organisations that fail to prepare are preparing to fail, says Kyle Davies, Practice Lead - Integrated Technology Architecture at CDW. No-one can predict the future, but we can do our best to prepare for potentially disruptive events.
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