World Wide Technology Leaders to Attend Cisco Summit; Bob Olwig Comments

World wide techTop executives at World Wide Technology plan to attend the upcoming 2014 Cisco Partner Summit in Las Vegas to learn more about Cisco’s future plans for its partnership program, WWT announced in a recent blog post.

Sarah Clark writes that the company expects that Cisco will discuss the development of its TrustSec model, the Hybrid IT and InterCloud technology during the summit.

“I’m excited to hear straight from Cisco’s leadership team on where they are heading in the next 3-5 years, as well as how partners such as WWT can help amplify and accelerate that strategy,” said Bob Olwig, vice president of business development for WWT.

The two companies first partnered in 1994.

 

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