About Mike Wanta

Mike is the manager of the TDS Business Blog, tennis coach at Edgewood College, and also a graduate student studying sustainability and business. In his spare time, he plays music, does open mics, and reads (a lot).
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Throwback Thursday: Coffee with TDS Telecom CEO Dave Wittwer

Would you like to meet our CEO? Watch this short video IBTV produced a few years ago.
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Office Madness 2017: And the winner is…

Office Madness 2017 has come to an end. Find out what the ultimate office pet peeve is in the final matchup between Refrigerator Thieves and Coming to Work Sick.
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Office Madness: The final round

After 32 of the biggest office annoyances were pitted against each other, two remain as the most annoying: Refrigerator Thieves and Coming to Work Sick It's time to cast your vote for number one!
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Office Madness 2017

It’s March and Office Madness is back and in new form. We’re pitting 32 of the biggest office annoyances against each other—and your votes can make the difference!
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2017 Snapchat trends: why you should create a Geofilter

Between Snapchat's recent IPO and 2017 projected social media trends, the app couldn't be hotter. Learn how to create a Geofilter!
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7 Essential LinkedIn Tips

Networking can feel like a chore at times, but if you take a positive approach, you just might enjoy it. Check out these 7 essential tips for LinkedIn.
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Advice from the experts: Frost & Sullivan Webinar

Business Communications Advice Right from the Experts: Join a live webinar with independent analyst firm Frost & Sullivan The independent experts at Frost & Sullivan… more...
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IT Security spending increases for 2017

With 2017 well underway, many companies are re-working strategies, reallocating resources, and incorporating decisions that have been made for the year. If you work at… more...
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