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CDW

[ˌsiːdiːˈdʌbəljuː] n abbr (=collision damage waiver)CD-writer [ˌsiːdiːˈraɪtər] ngraveur m de CD
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has partnered with CDW Corporation to deliver a new cloud-based telecommunications solution for MHM Services, Inc., a company that delivers mental and medical health services to correctional facilities across the US.
8x8 Inc (Nasdaq:EGHT), a provider of cloud-based unified communications and contact centre solutions, announced on Tuesday that it has entered into a partnership with CDW Corporation (NASDAQ:CDW), a multi-brand technology solutions provider to business, government, education and healthcare, to deliver a new cloud-based telecommunications solution for MHM Services Inc, a company that delivers mental and medical health services to correctional facilities across the US.
The management buyout was supported by technology solutions provider CDW Corporation (NASDAQ:CDW), which bought a 35% stake in Kelway for an undisclosed amount.
CDW Corporation, a provider of technology solutions for business, government, education and healthcare, reported on Wednesday that CDW Escrow Corporation, a newly formed wholly owned subsidiary, has priced a private offering of USD450m in aggregate principal amount of 8.5% senior notes due 2019.
According to a new survey by CDW Corporation, small businesses are now most likely to invest in Green IT in the coming months, even in light of the recession.
BY GERRY SINGSON, SMALL OFFICE SEGMENT MANAGER, CDW CORPORATION