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  • ScanSource Offers PowerHours, a Virtual Learning Initiative

    Wendy Thacker
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    ScanSource is proud to present PowerHours, a virtual learning series designed to power up your business now. Our partners spoke, and we listened. We acknowledge that we’re in unprecedented times, and businesses are facing new kinds of challenges. ScanSource is here to provide the most relevant and forward-focused knowledge to help our partners succeed.

  • ScanSource Go Remote Virtual Event Highlights

    ScanSource
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    Thanks to recent events, working from home has become more of necessity than a privilege, and many say that it’s not likely we’ll ever make it back to the “business as usual” we had pre-pandemic. In fact, the entire channel has turned its head toward the remote workforce, enticing many experts to give it a nod as a hotbed of future growth. According to Matt Soseman, a Modern Workplace Architect from Microsoft, “I think #WorkFromHome is here to stay. The technology is here—let's take advantage of it.” And Scott Kinka, CTO and Founding Partner of EvolveIP, put it this way, “How do we position the business so the first strategy is the remote strategy?”

  • The New Grocery Experience

    Nell Alverson, Director of Marketing
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    Anyone that’s been to the grocery store lately understands that this is not your mother’s grocery experience. Gone are the days of sipping coffee while walking up and down the aisles deciding what to make for dinner. The grocery store looks very different these days – from one-way aisles to pre-sanitized shopping carts to face masks and gloves.

  • The New Grocery Experience

    Nell Alverson, Director of Marketing
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    Anyone that’s been to the grocery store lately understands that this is not your mother’s grocery experience. Gone are the days of sipping coffee while walking up and down the aisles deciding what to make for dinner. The grocery store looks very different these days – from one-way aisles to pre-sanitized shopping carts to face masks and gloves.

  • School Safety 101: Designing security solutions for education that pass with flying colors

    Kimberly Galloway
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    Students can’t learn if they don’t feel safe, and attracting good faculty is only possible if schools can ensure a secure working environment. While extreme cases capture media headlines, schools and universities of all sizes around the world struggle to protect students and staff from bullying, fighting, assaults, accidents, weather emergencies, and more. They are also concerned with protecting school property from vandalism, arson, and theft—much of which occurs outside of regular school hours. From a liability perspective, schools and universities find themselves accountable to students, faculty and visitors to their campus.