Daniel Newman


About Daniel Newman

Daniel Newman serves as the Co-Founder and CEO of EC3, a quickly growing hosted IT and Communication service provider. Prior to this role Daniel has held several prominent leadership roles including serving as CEO of United Visual. Parent company to United Visual Systems, United Visual Productions, and United GlobalComm; a family of companies focused on Visual Communications and Audio Visual Technologies. Daniel is also widely published and active in the Social Media Community. He is the Author of Amazon Best Selling Business Book "The Millennial CEO." Daniel also Co-Founded the Global online Community 12 Most and was recognized by the Huffington Post as one of the 100 Business and Leadership Accounts to Follow on Twitter. Newman is an Adjunct Professor of Management at North Central College. He attained his undergraduate degree in Marketing at Northern Illinois University and an Executive MBA from North Central College in Naperville, IL. Newman currently resides in Aurora, Illinois with his wife (Lisa) and his two daughters (Hailey 9, Avery 5). A Chicago native all of his life, Newman is an avid golfer, a fitness fan, and a classically trained pianist

Seven Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Managed Service Provider

14-Mar-2018 | Daniel Newman

[no_syndicate_info][/no_syndicate_info] There’s a lot to keep track of in today’s IT departments, and many businesses are hiring managed service providers (MSPs) to help lessen the load. But ar

workflow, enterprise workflow management, IT, solutions

Solutions For Improving Enterprise Workflows

1-Mar-2018 | Daniel Newman

[no_syndicate_info][/no_syndicate_info] As our digital workplaces become more complex –and the wealth of data flooding our businesses becomes more overwhelming – an increasing number of businesse

corporate culture, communication, telework, virtual work, remote workforce

Developing Strong Virtual Team Culture Through Communication Tools

15-Feb-2018 | Daniel Newman

[no_syndicate_info][/no_syndicate_info] Back in the day, companies sought to build a sense of camaraderie and support through things like corporate retreats, ropes courses, and trust falls. Nowaday

The Case For Emotionally Intelligent AI

30-Jan-2018 | Daniel Newman

[no_syndicate_info][/no_syndicate_info] When you’re having a really bad day, chances are good your friends are going to notice, even if you don’t say a word. They’ll notice your facial expres

BYOD, mobility, digitalization, software, cloud storage, cloud computing

Four Reasons Software Suites Enable Device Flexibility And Mobility

15-Jan-2018 | Daniel Newman

[no_syndicate_info][/no_syndicate_info] Last week, the weather knocked out the Internet at my office for 12 hours. Two years ago, that would have been the longest 12 hours of my life. But this time

Driving Full Adoption Of Virtualized Desktop Environments

4-Dec-2017 | Daniel Newman

[no_syndicate_info][/no_syndicate_info] As more employees become mobile workers, it’s time for enterprise businesses to move to virtualized desktop environments. Here’s why. Virtualized desk

Chatbots Find Their Footing In The Enterprise

9-Aug-2017 | Daniel Newman

Ask and you shall receive. That’s the hope of developers working to create the next generation of enterprise chatbots, which promise to serve a genie-like role in employees’ lives—whether they a

Developing Resiliency In The Hybrid Cloud Era

3-Aug-2017 | Daniel Newman

To stay competitive in this fast-paced business world, companies must be able to evolve and adapt—both for their customers and employees alike. But in the hybrid era, where many companies are storin

IoT Revolutionizing Business For The Little Guy

26-Jul-2017 | Daniel Newman

Patterns from the past show technology advancements tend to benefit big businesses, often eliminating the need for small businesses. It’s no wonder then, that small businesses have been historically

IT, CIO, IT roadmap

IT Roadmap For The Future

24-Jul-2017 | Daniel Newman

As new IT technology is introduced in the workplace, it’s likely that what worked last year won’t work in the next five years. It might sound like a cliché, but the only constant in the world of