Simplifying BYOD with Ruckus Wireless

by Jake Shehan September 28, 2012 Mobility

Every quarter it seems there is a new buzzword, and, no matter where you play in the technology space, you can’t get away from hearing or seeing it. The buzzword that is top of mind for nearly everyone in this industry for the past few months is Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). And unlike “Convergence” […]

What do you consider to be some of your best management practices?

by Mark Olson January 26, 2012 Business

What do YOU do, that separates your leadership style, or your company, from your competitors? I enjoyed reading what Herb Kelleher, retired CEO of Southwest airlines, did during his leadership tenure to separate his company from other airlines. Kelleher shared a lot of interesting ideas that I found valuable. Here are some things that I’ve […]

Top Ways to Save on Trade Shows

by Wendy Thacker October 14, 2010 Business

I have officially joined the coupon craze. Yes, I’ve been clipping and hunting for buy one get one free offers, double coupons, meal deal offers and more. You’ll be absolutely amazed how much money you can save just by doing your homework. For example, on Sunday I got FREE toothpaste at CVS by using my […]

8 Tips for a Successful Web Seminar

by Wendy Thacker September 17, 2010 Business

I have a confession to make. I recently attended a web seminar event, and I did not pay attention. Yes, I am well aware that I should have paid attention but truthfully the event was long and dull. So, I thought it would be prudent to share some of my favorite tips with you. What […]

Twitter Basics for B2B

by Aaron Moller August 25, 2010 Business

I recently heard Steve Knox, CEO of Proctor & Gamble’s word-of-mouth marketing group Tremor, reference social media for B2B in a presentation at #FireSessions. He said, “Before you ask is social media relevant in B2B, let me ask you if your customers are humans?” This is a critical point-of-view to understand that people are still […]

4 Tips for Writing Blogs

by Aaron Moller August 18, 2010 Business

Looking for ways to spice up your blog content, add readers or be found in search engines? Here are a few tips… Use Keyword Rich Headlines and Content Decide what topic will be relevant to your readers and what keywords you want to rank for to be found, then make sure those words appear in […]

Tips: Visual Voice used as Direct Voicemail Transfer

by ScanSource Catalyst Tech Support July 8, 2010 ScanSource Catalyst

Using the Visual Voice Button for Voicemail Transfer If pressed when you have a call is connected, the MESSAGE button allows entry of an extension number for direct to voicemail transfer of the connected call. Tips: is a post of short helpful tips from documentation.

Catalyst ConfigTool v5 Q & A

by ScanSource Catalyst Tech Support June 10, 2010 ScanSource Catalyst

Catalyst ConfigTool v5 Q & A  Q. What versions of Microsoft Excel are supported to run the Catalyst ConfigTool? A. Supported versions are: Excel 2003 SP3Excel Excel 2007 SP1 or SP2  Excel 2010 32bit Excel 2010 64bit is still in testing.  All other versions of Excel might work and they might not.  Open Office does […]

Clearing Internet Explorer Cache

by ScanSource Catalyst Tech Support June 9, 2010 ScanSource Catalyst

Sometimes you have issues with the Catalyst ConfigTool password not working when trying to download a new version.  This is because Internet Explorer caches files and if a file that is referenced has the same file name as one in cache it will pull the old one.  This means you are not really downloading the file […]

8.5 Elements for a Successful Social Media Strategy

by Aaron Moller May 26, 2010 Business

I was fortunate to hear @prsarahevans speak at Search Exchange Charlotte (#SearchEx) last week about elements of a successful social media strategy. She started by saying that she had made a commitment to herself to not share others’ case studies but to prove through her own client work that there is an ROI in social […]