New Year

December 21, 2021


The Best is Yet to Come – Looking Ahead to 2022

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After a difficult two years for us all, Aishwarya looks ahead to what she has learned, what she is grateful for, and why she is excited for 2022.

January 10, 2019


Are You Guilty of Sitting Too Much?

3 min read

Cheryl shares how she learned that "sitting is the new smoking" and ways she creates more movement to her day - and how you can too!

January 3, 2019


4 Ways to Show Your Co-Workers You Care in the New Year

4 min read

Lori shares 4 ways to show we care about each other in the New Year, from connected recognition to picking up donuts for your team.

January 29, 2015


A New Year, A New Resolution to Selling!

2 min read

At the beginning of each year, I try to set a New Year’s resolution that is SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time bound), so that I’ll keep it. I especially like to set goals that are attainable and will drive tremendous growth in our business together.

January 7, 2014


Last Year’s Tech Trends and What They Mean for 2014

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2013 was an incredible year, filled with both good times and bad times.  It also proved to be a year for technology to become even more intertwined with our lives. As we move forward into the first month of the New Year, let us take a look at some of the top trends of 2013, […]

December 31, 2013


Year in Review: Top 10 Mobility Blogs of 2013

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Takeaway: The Cisco Enterprise Mobility group has stayed ahead of the competition by staying innovative and cutting edge while delivering quality, high performing products and solutions, while displaying thought leadership...

January 4, 2013


Happy New Year to the Manufacturing Industry from Cisco, 2013

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The numbers coming out month after month show that we seem to be tracking a slow but steady recovery. As I’ve said before, I’m cautiously optimistic about the manufacturing sector – especially in the USA. On Thursday (3rd January, 2013), ADP1 said construction added 39,000 positions in December, second only to trade and transportation […]