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  • Communication and Collaboration are Key while Working Remotely

    Chris Marlar, Vice President of Supplier Services from ScanSource
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    Recently, I was able to catch up with Mona Abou-Sayed—Vice President of Collaboration and Applications from Mitel. She brought me up to speed about how Mitel has answered the call for technology that keeps us connected during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • How Microsoft is Supporting our New Normal

    Janice Thompson, Vice President of Supplier Services at ScanSource
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    With COVID-19, the amount of people working from home has increased exponentially. I recently chatted with Mike Karban—Microsoft’s Senior Partner Technology Strategist—about how they’ve acclimated to our new normal, enabling people (including many of their own employees) to work remotely.

  • Maximize your Revenue by Building a Full Solution around Microsoft Teams

    Sarah Leitner
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    Microsoft Teams presents a huge market opportunity for partners—but if you’re just selling the licenses, you’re missing out on potential revenue. Conversely, if you’re selling Teams-enabled hardware, but not selling the licenses along with it, you’re probably leaving money on the table.

  • How Technology is Improving the Employee Experience (EX)

    John Harvey
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    Running a successful business isn’t just about attracting and hiring your industry’s top talent; it’s about ensuring that your employees, once hired, are bringing the best versions of themselves to work each day. From offering workers opportunities to improve their wellness, to ensuring their daily safety and enabling seamless remote work capabilities, there are dozens of ways that companies can enhance the overall employee experience.

  • Evolution of Tablets in the Workplace

    Kristin Hill
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    When you consider all of its attributes, it’s no surprise the tablet is increasingly finding itself the star of modern workplace solutions. First of all, you just can’t beat the price. The simple tablet easily takes the place of expensive and cumbersome electronic hardware such as CPUs, laptops, scanners, and cameras (just to name a few); plus, updating software is as easy as downloading an app. And who could forget the tablet’s environmentally-friendly attributes—such as turning media like paper and ink into extraneous supplies? But perhaps it’s the fact that it can go wherever the user goes, instantly transporting information with the tap of a finger that makes the tablet the ultimate champion in workplace solutions. In fact, the only challenge a tablet seems to have is how tough you can make it and still enjoy its long list of conveniences.