In This Issue: 20 Days of Giving: Day 2 | Cisco 10GBase-LR SFP Module | News to Start Your Day
Happy Monday! We hope you had a great weekend full of time with family and good football. Who’s excited about the upcoming playoff bowl games?! Who are you rooting for?
The CK Daily – 20 Days of Giving: Day 2
What does giving mean to us?
The call that we feel to give comes from our faith and also our mission as an organization. We want to inspire others in how they lead their own lives and run their businesses. When we started giving from business profits, the reasons were more heavily focused in the “because it brings us joy” or “because we’re wired that way” category. Many years ago a mentor introduced us to the idea of ministry through business, the idea of furthering the missions that we’re passionate about through the resources entrusted to us. Non-profits, ministries, and charitable organizations are users of many resources and businesses are resource generators. We need each other.
What we have found through our own experiences is that finding charitable organizations that are aligned with our values to pour into with time, money and other resources takes the work that we do and propels it to a new level. Work for work’s sake? Work for a “just” a paycheck? No thanks. Work for a living, seeing our mission and values multiplied through charitable work with a sprinkle of extra joy? Yes, please!
Product Spotlights & Updates:
Happy Monday! Today let’s dive a little more into the Cisco 10GBase-LR SFP Module.
The Cisco 10GBase-LR SFP+ transceiver module was designed for long-range data transmission and supports data transfer over a distance of 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) using single-mode fiber. This transceiver module transfers data at a rate of 10 Gigabits per second and is an ideal option for connectivity needs in large data centers, enterprise wiring closets, large campuses, and Metro Area Networks. Snag one today!
Learning Center Article – The Importance of Fiber Optic Cleaning
Installing fiber optic systems is not easy. It requires multiple levels of expertise in design and application, and it’s why fiber optics experts are always in high demand. While installations will vary heavily depending on the components and applications at play, there is one thing that is necessary for every installation, and it’s easy to overlook. Every system needs fiber optic cleaning to ensure that it will work properly.
Read more about what fiber optic cleaning accomplishes and best practices here.