In This Issue: 20 Days of Giving: Day 3 | 10ft Gray CAT5e Ethernet Patch Cable | News to Start Your Day
Raise your hand this morning if you’re a big fan of the delicious spun sugar treat that delights candy fans of all ages! Happy National Cotton Candy Day! Did you know that cotton candy used to simply be called spun sugar and dates all the way back to the 1400s?
The CK Daily – 20 Days of Giving: Day 3
Giving as part of our Core Values
At CK we have an internal document that we call the Plan for Success. It is a series of seven questions that we ask ourselves as a “gut check” on how we’re doing. The last question is: are we making an impact in the community? We want it to be built into our DNA to think about others. It is important to note that this question comes after all the others. You cannot give from an empty vessel. You won’t be able to take care of your team (that’s question six) or help others if you don’t have a solid foundation. I’d summarize our Plan for Success this way: know your business, honor your commitments, create sustainable profitability, take care of your team and find a way to make a bigger impact.
Product Spotlights & Updates:
Today we’re taking a closer look at our Snagless CAT5e Ethernet cables. These cables are made with the highest quality copper wire construction to support networking Gigabit Ethernet speeds (up to 1000 Mbps) over short distances. This makes these patch cables perfect for general use, and are the most popular network cable for home or office networking.
Our new EASYboot, Ferrari-style patch cables have all the same benefits of the standard half-moon boot cables, but make it easier to connect and disconnect your ethernet cables. Pretty sweet, right?
Learning Center Article – What does 5G mean for business networks?
There is a lot of technology generating excitement for more applications than we could hope to name. One central theme to virtually all of that technology is an increased demand for data and the need for higher bandwidth for connectivity.
Ultimately, we all need a network that is built for the new age of connectivity. That network will run on 5G. Read more here.