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The Faces of Great Lakes: Jake Campanini

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Thursday May 30th, 2019

We truly believe that our people are what puts the “Great” in Great Lakes Case & Cabinet. They’re the ones who answer the phone every time a customer calls (we don’t believe in automated messages), they make our company culture fun and people-focused, and they’re the face of the company as a whole. That’s why we created a series to feature our employees called the Faces of Great Lakes. Next up? Jake Campanini, Engineer, Great Lakes Manufacturing.

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Manufacturing & Automation: Combining Hands-On Experience with Next-Level Technology

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Tuesday May 21st, 2019

When you think automation, you might immediately picture robots that are taking jobs from working Americans. But at Great Lakes Manufacturing (GLM), a sister company of Great Lakes Case & Cabinet, that’s not the case. In fact, our automated systems are what allow us to fill the ever-increasing number of orders that hit our desks every day. And while robotic welders and arms help us fill orders, our incredible team of people who are on the floor ensuring product is not only manufactured but that it’s done so in the most efficient and effective way possible is what sets us apart.  

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Meet the Man Behind GLCC’s Privacy Panel System

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Monday Apr 29th, 2019

When Paul Senger joined Great Lakes Case & Cabinet in 2012 as a Mechanical Engineer, he had no idea that one of his very first projects would be what defined his career with the company. Around the same time Paul joined the team, a major client approached us with a challenge: Find a way to provide their customers with their own secure areas within a colocation facility. And thus, the Privacy Panel System (PPS) was born.

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Tales From the Medical Trenches: Helping Healthcare Facilities Secure Data & Save Lives

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Thursday Mar 28th, 2019

Medical data. It holds some of your most personal information and it’s stored in a lot more places than you may think—your primary care physician’s office, your insurance company’s (and former insurance companies’) records, any hospital or urgent care center you’ve ever visited—which is why it’s so important that those facilities take their security measures seriously. In fact, in some cases, it could be life or death.

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Off the Walls: Wall Mounts 101

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Wednesday Mar 13th, 2019

At Great Lakes Case & Cabinet, our goal is to stay ahead of the curve in order to continue to provide the highest quality of cutting-edge technology and products to our clients. For our most popular product – our line of wall mounts – it’s no different. That’s why we’re expanding our already comprehensive portfolio at the end of this month with two new additions to our product line. Ahead of the release, find out how wall mounts are used, what makes our line of products unique, and other helpful details in this month’s Wall Mounts 101 post.

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The Faces of Great Lakes: Terry Murphy

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Tuesday Feb 26th, 2019

We truly believe that our people are what puts the “Great” in Great Lakes Case & Cabinet. They’re the ones who answer the phone every time a customer calls (we don’t believe in automated messages), they make our company culture fun and people-focused, and they’re the face of the company as a whole. That’s why we created a series to feature our employees called the Faces of Great Lakes. Next up? Terry Murphy, Managing Director, Great Lakes International.

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State of the Union with GLCC President Jonathan Markley

Jonathan Markley, GLCC President
Tuesday Feb 5th, 2019

I am entering my first full year with Great Lakes in 2019 and there is plenty to be excited about. The demand for data is growing rapidly and I continue to hear from customers how much they value working with Great Lakes to meet their needs. The one thing I have heard over and over again from customers is how our customer service group makes their lives easier. Our challenge is to continue to improve our service capabilities as the market and our company grow – this is critical as it is very important to our customers.

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Looking Ahead: Trends to Look for in 2019

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Tuesday Jan 22nd, 2019

With 2019 well underway, it’s only natural to look ahead to what’s to come. From upcoming events to new and exciting opportunities, a new year signifies a fresh start, a springboard from which to launch into the future. As a forward-thinking company, Great Lakes Case & Cabinet is constantly striving to learn and get ahead of new and innovative technologies and trends. That’s why we asked some of our top leaders in a variety of industries to tell us what they expect to see in 2019 and created this round-up of trends. Take a look.

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How’d He Do It? An Inside Look at Santa’s Data Center

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Wednesday Jan 2nd, 2019

Who deserves the title of Top Data Center Manager of 2018? Santa Claus. After all, he did a fantastic job making sure little boys and girls all around the world received their gifts – and we know that wasn’t easy, especially when you take into account all that data he had to store! While we’ll never know for sure just how expansive his operation is, here’s what we believe Santa’s Data Center looks like – and how he’s able to handle one of the world’s most challenging (and important) data storage facilities. So, what exactly does Santa need?

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One-on-One with GLCC’s New President

Great Lakes Marketing Team
Thursday Nov 29th, 2018

Great Lakes Case & Cabinet’s new president, Jonathan Markley, joined the company last month after an impressive career that showcases his expertise in both engineering and leadership. A Penn State Behrend and Milwaukee School of Engineering alum, Jon spent more than 10 years with General Electric. In 2013, he left GE to become President of SECO/WARWICK, a manufacturer of industrial heat treatment equipment. Jon resides in Erie, PA with his wife Paula and their three boys, Benjamin and twins Robert and Samuel. Get to know him in today’s Q&A.

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