At the SYNNEX Inspire Conference last fall, Peter Larocque, President, North America Technology Solutions, asked a panel of SYNNEX executives about their plans for 2018 and ways resellers can engage with their teams. Here’s what the executives had to say.
Many students, particularly those from low-income households, lack access to high-speed Internet at home. As a result, these students have trouble completing homework assignments and may fall behind their peers. Researchers call this dilemma “the homework gap,” and some school districts are working to close it by adding WiFi to their school bus fleets.
When it comes to devices, businesses today face several challenges. First, there’s cost. Devices are expensive, and many companies can’t afford the equipment they want or need. Not only that, but costs vary from year to year, so companies can’t adequately predict their expenses. There’s also support time to consider. Many IT departments are so
SYNNEX today announced a comprehensive strategy for its advanced technologies business. This strategy includes new and enhanced offerings from leading vendors Aerohive Networks and Symantec Corporation, and an expanded distribution agreement with F5 Networks. Together, their offerings extend SYNNEX’ advanced technologies line card and introduce more opportunities for resellers to grow their business. Read more
Kevin Murai, Chief Executive Officer, and Marshall Witt, Chief Financial Officer, are scheduled to present at the conference at 9:35 a.m. ET. The presentation will be webcast on the Investor Relations page of the SYNNEX Corporation website. Read more