Is it too late to say Happy New Year? We don’t think so considering some of us are restarting our new year resolutions in February. January was our trial free month. Now excuse me as I go for a brisk walk around the building a few times to get my steps in. (Yes, I am participating in a FitBit challenge, judge me)
There is a perfect tech gift for everyone, no matter their geekiness level. I think we’ve all received gifts that we did not want, like that handy dandy vacuum cleaner or the three-tiered candle set (LAME).
Since the Christmas season is upon us, it is now an exciting time to look further into new technologies. We interviewed a few people here at the CablesAndKits office and asked them what tech gifts they are hoping for this 2016 Christmas. Here is what they had to say:
Remember the time when our TV’s only showed in black and white and the sense of color was only a figment of our imagination? Yeah me neither, I’m too young but I bet it would be weird. In other news, CablesAndKits recently added two brand new lines to our IP phone family and we are super stoked about them. Not like hearing about an 18th Star Wars Rogue One Trailer stoked, but seriously we are geeked out! We are talking full color with Bluetooth, WI-FI capabilities, and USB ports. Lets jump into the details:
CablesAndKits has always had a heart for giving to others. Serving others is at the core of our being, as we positively impact others. We act with an “I’m for you” mentality and perpetually seek ways to assist others.
As we prepare to upgrade our technology internally, a silent auction was held in efforts to raise money to bless Rainbow Village, a local non-profit organization. All of our employees were given the opportunity to place their bid on technology that was being phased out and 100% of the profits were donated.
As technology continues to evolve, we often find ourselves in need to replace some of our outdated IT equipment. When is the right time to replace? Is it after a set number of years or when the decals begin to fade like an old store receipt that you can barely read.
Fiber has grown to be a popular choice of cabling with the ability for it to run just about anywhere. This cabling can run for extremely long distances compared to its copper counterpart. Here are a few reasons why IT professionals prefer fiber over Ethernet: