Through the agreement, DSA will be available to customers of Arrow’s S3 business, as well as to solution providers supported by Arrow’s North American enterprise computing solutions segment. Arrow’s S3 business provides systems integration for business-transforming communication, collaboration and ongoing services solutions to large and midsize businesses. Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions segment provides leading-edge technology, services and support to IT solution providers.
“With the explosion of cloud services, BYOD (bring-your-own-device), Big Data and social media, clients are looking to their suppliers for support with helping them decide on the right technology infrastructure and, as importantly, the management of those platforms,” said Dr.
“We see the acceleration of technology increasing at an exponential rate. From the telephone to the PC, to the Internet, to the smart phone, we have witnessed mass adoption rates drop from decades, to a few years,” said
Schneider continued, “Working with a full-service technology provider like Arrow further enables DSA to provide a complete data-center and unified-computing lifecycle solution.”
To kick-off the agreement, Arrow and DSA are hosting a webinar on
For more information on the first webinar, click on the link below or contact
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Encore provides a variety of strategic life-cycle services that help clients to expand, relocate or evolve their data centers or data center businesses. www.dsaencore.com
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