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How a Revamped IT Design is Transforming a 100 Year Old Stadium

Published By: CDW
CDW
Published:  Jan 14, 2015

Many organizations, including professional sports franchises, are adjusting to the new digital age due to the fact that employees and customers all engage with the world through multiple digital outlets. However, because of these new adjustments some stadiums are behind the times, especially the much older ones. Download this case study to learn how Wrigley Field upgraded all its facilities to transform the 100-year-old stadium to accommodate a new IT infrastructure that will support both fans and employees.

Learn how a revamped IT design is transforming the Chicago Cubs stadium and is now able to support staff and visitors locally, while also enabling greater communication and collaboration across the sites.



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