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Theresa Longley - Product Line Manager

Theresa Longley

Theresa is a Product Line Director at PC Connection with over 20 years of experience in selling and managing Apple products and services. During her time at PC Connection, she has overseen the transition from a traditional Mac catalog reseller to a Mobility Solutions Provider and strategic Apple Corporate Reseller. In her free time, Theresa enjoys watching her son’s football and baseball games. 

Areas of expertise:Apple

Articles by Theresa Longley


Apple iPad

It's Time to Replace the Clipboard

Apps for iPad® are transforming field service work—and helping workers be more efficient and productive every step of the way

by Theresa Longley | 08.28.14

Conventional tools can be a real hassle, making field service work more difficult than it has to be. It’s common for field service workers to take notes on a clipboard with a pen and paper before they head back to the office—sometimes days later—to record their findings.

Tags:iPad

Mac computer - Apple in the workplace

Coffee, Tea, or Mac?

Make the Choice to Offer a Choice

by Theresa Longley | 02.17.14

Did you know that Mac® is the computer used most often by one-third of today's college students?* So it makes sense that more and more employees—and recruits—are requesting Mac at work. But how should a business handle the post-PC age? After all, instituting a whole new infrastructure isn’t something any of us want to think about. Of course, you could simply ignore the trend. But that’s not really an option either—especially with BYOD becoming commonplace. So what are you to do? Simply put, take a bite of the big Apple®—and with good reason.

Tags:AppleMobility