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Welcome to our February edition of our GDT Employee Spotlight. Our Culture & Engagement Manager, Sydney Johnson, interviewed Anirudh Raghavan, Associate Solutions Architect, with our Professional Services team this month. SYDNEY: Hi, Anirudh! Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions for our February Employee Spotlight. You have

Dallas, Texas, January 31, 2024 – General Datatech (GDT), a leading global IT services provider, has worked with Juniper Networks to launch GDT Network as a Service (NaaS), Powered by Juniper. This modern networking approach simplifies network design, implementation, and management by delivering a flexible, subscription-based option to access the industry’s

Welcome to the first employee spotlight for 2024! Each month we select an individual from our GDT team and ask them a few questions to get to know them better. This month, GDT Marketing Specialist Marissa Gaudet interviewed Martha Muthee, Master Data Analyst. Marissa: Hi Martha! Thanks for joining us

Welcome to the GDT employee spotlight for December! Each month we select an individual from our team and ask them a few questions to get to know them better. This month, GDT Marketing Specialist Marissa Gaudet sat down with Jeanne Malone, our VP of Cybersecurity. Marissa: Hi Jeanne, welcome to

While technology can deliver unprecedented value as a core business enabler, choosing and implementing the right solutions effectively within the context of your organization’s specific business needs and objectives can prove incredibly challenging. Many businesses have a complex technology footprint yet lack the skillsets, time, and resources to optimize and

To maintain the security and integrity of your digital assets and company information, communication is key to addressing cyberattack risks and vulnerabilities. Read on for our top 10 ideas about communicating security information to your executive team, stakeholders and board members.

The most critical phase of an incident response process is recovery. Every minute business is disrupted by a cybersecurity incident, there is signifcant cost placed on the organization. A quick recovery response can help limit costs making recovery the absolute goal of responding to an incident. Organizations cannot skip critical

Welcome to the GDT employee spotlight for this month! Each month, we select a team member and interview them with a set of questions to gain a deeper understanding of who they are. This month, GDT Marketing Specialist Marissa Gaudet interviewed our amazing Account Executive, Carl McKinney. Marissa: Hi Carl!

Fortune favors the prepared and preparing an incident response plan will position your company to survive attacks, limit damages and minimize the business disruptions that an inevitable successful attack can cause. Get your incident response team ready now. Read on!