UDT’ Charles Grau Named One Of South Florida’s Top CIOs

UDT is proud to announce that The South Florida Business Journal named Charles Grau one of South Florida’s Top CIOs for 2018. 

DORAL, Fla.  –  October 11, 2018 – UDT, a technology solutions company founded in 1995 that evaluates, architects, secures and manages information technology for organizations of all sizes, today announced that the South Florida Business Journal named Charles Grau one of South Florida’s Top CIOs for 2018.  This award honors the Chief Information Officers (CIOs) who best lead their organizations in delivering business value and innovative use of IT in the public and private sectors.

“I am honored to have been recognized by the South Florida Business Journal for my efforts in IT,” said Charles Grau, Chief Information Officer at UDT. “My team’s commitment to excellence allows us to take any issue and deliver a solution with precision and accuracy.  Our drive for success while putting the client’s needs first further motivates me to be a better CIO every day.”

To be considered for this prestigious award, nominees were required to answer questions regarding their alignment of technology with strategy, team growth, IT innovation, community involvement, etc.

About UDT

UDT is a technology enabler that helps clients in major industries evaluate, architect, secure, and manage technology on the go, in the rack and in the cloud. UDT provides customized services, including mobility, cloud, collaboration, loT, data, security, and ITaas solutions and technical, professional and managed services.

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