• The Meraki Experience: Going Beyond the Dashboard

    Posted 01/08/2018 by Ian Thompson
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    Who is ready to take a deep dive into Cisco Meraki!? Join our upcoming web seminar Thursday, January 11, 2018, at 2:00 pm ET.

    ScanSource KBZ is teaming up with our friends at Cisco Meraki to present “The Meraki Experience: Going Beyond the Dashboard,” a web seminar during which our experts will discuss all that Cisco Meraki technology has to offer, beyond their dashboard.

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  • Meraki: The Gift that Keeps Giving

    Posted 12/21/2017 by Ian Thompson
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    With the holiday season in full swing, there’s one thing we have noticed about our days—they seem shorter and more jam-packed with tasks, follow-ups and obligations than ever.

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  • Your Best Thanksgiving Yet

    Posted 11/21/2017 by Ian Thompson
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    We have great news! It’s finally time to bring out the serving dishes and cans of pumpkin pie filling. Thanksgiving is tomorrow and we’re ready for what I call the three Fs – family, food and football! Looking for a few ways to make this year’s Thanksgiving the best yet? Take a look at our suggestions that will keep you balanced and happy moving into the holiday season and let us know your suggestions on Twitter @ScanSourceKBZ.     1).   Maintain work...

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  • Cisco Picks Up BroadSoft for $1.9 Billion to Beef Up Cloud Software and Services Portfolio

    Posted 11/01/2017 by Ian Thompson
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    Cisco’s acquisition of the Maryland-based, unified-communications software company, BroadSoft, is the latest in a recent move to grow the brand’s software and services portfolio. At $1.9 billion, the acquisition is the second largest software purchase for Cisco, just behind January’s $3.7 billion deal to purchase AppDynamics.

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  • Do I Have to Unplug to Find Balance?

    Posted 09/13/2017 by Ashlee Kittel
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    In years past, unplugging was a simple, easy to perform action -- grab a cord and yank! We unplugged appliances while on vacation, we unplugged video game systems to troubleshoot and we unplugged curling irons to avoid fire hazards. These days the unplugging ‘movement’ isn’t quite as literal and the ‘cords’ associated with the action are attached to our psyches. Unplugging now refers to a conscious detachment from technology, often through digital detoxes or weekend...

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