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Brad Nellis

Brad is a Market Development Executive for our Cleveland team. His focus is on brand-building for the company through multiple channels and activities, including C-level interaction, content marketing, regional market engagement and more. His specialties include: understanding and translating business needs to technology solutions, connecting clients to problem solvers and solutions, raising the profile of the company in our market.

Talent Retention in a Hybrid Workplace World

We share insights from the latest CIO meet-up, including their thoughts on moving forward with the hybrid workplace.

CIO Priorities: Pandemic Effects, Security and CX

We share some of the insights from a recent CIO roundtable meetup as they expressed concern about the pandemic's effects on companies.

Emerging Tech Trends for 2021 and Beyond: A Look Into the Future

We take a look at emerging tech trends for 2021 in our recap of a recent event. We also go beyond 2021 to predict where we’ll be in five to 10 years.

CIO Perspectives of Culture, Collaboration and Operations During a Pandemic

CIOs have naturally been on the front lines of their company's pandemic response, primarily from a technology perspective to enable remote work.

3 Perspectives on Remote Work Adoption: A Look Back at Our Office Optional Webinar

We look back at our Office Optional: Merging Culture, Technology and Remote Work webinar, and highlight some of the key points of our discussion. Everything changed in March as states across the country issued shelter-in-place orders to combat the spread

6 Ways CIOs Have Quickly Adapted to a Remote Work Model

Making a rapid shift a remote work model can have its challenges, but these CIOs share how they have adapted given the circumstances.

Disruptive Technology: The Digital Disruption That Is More Than Just Tech

The speed at which disruptive technology integrates into our day to day is increasing along with the applications of how we apply it in business and life.

Four Hot Challenges for CIOs in 2019

We look at four challenges that CIOs will have to tackle in 2019. On the list: data, digital disruption, innovation leadership, and Office 365.