- Companies that increasingly depend on technology are too starved for IT talent to have a revolving door, a point that is not lost on Brian Brylow, managing director and chief technology officer at Robert W. Baird & Co
During the past 10 years, recruiting and retaining IT talent has been a monumental challenge across industrie......Full article >>>
most up-to-date best practice instruction on how to protect critical data on their laptops, smart phones, and blackberries.
Removing some of Brylow's worry is a mobile enabler that has contributed to that aforementioned culture. Brylow said the solution, a Citrix
remote access program, has given Baird the flexibility to provide its workers with a bette......Full article >>>
m. From his perspective, it's a rewarding experience to work with a company where upper management appreciates the role of technology.
"He [Purcell] gets it as to the role of technology," Brylow said. "He is extremely supportive and understanding of the role technology plays in the business.
"I think it would be very difficult [to function] without the level of support we have he......Full article >>>
ne in partnership with multiple external vendors. "Who, at the end of the day, is responsible for the success of the project?" Brylow asked. "In each project, it begins and ends with us."
Brylow has more 20 years of experience in service management, and systems implementation and development, and his career path includes a stop at Gr......
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