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Panduit Network Cabinet End Channel Slack Spool

Mfg. Part: CNSPE | CDW Part: 1147788 | UNSPSC: 39131709
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  • Cable management spool
  • black (pack of 2)
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Cable management spool
  • black (pack of 2)
End channel slack spools manage copper and fiber patch cord slack in the vertical pathway. Package includes left and right slack spools and mounting brackets.
Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
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Brand: Panduit
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Panduit
Model: Network Cabinet End Channel Slack Spool
Packaged Quantity: 2
Packaged Quantity (for specs): 2
Product Line: Panduit

Miscellaneous
Color: Black
Color Category: Black
Compliant Standards: RoHS
Mounting Kit: Included
Product Type: Cable management spool

Software
Type: None

General
Category of Accessory: Cable management and cabling accessories

Product Reviews
Panduit Network Cabinet End Channel Slack Spool is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I think Slack is a very creative application to help unify communication across all team sizes. Valuable Features:The channels feature is the selling point for me. Being able to create a conversation for both public and private purposes through some channels is an absolute plus.Improvements to My Organization:I was the president of a college event planning organization. Being able to have a conversation with my executives separately from the organization members was very convenient.With multiple events happening and multiple conversations going on, I was able to divide the conversations into their respective groups and create channels for focus groups. This increased our productivity and efficiency by more than 80%.Room for Improvement:Archiving for direct messages made tracking back conversations very difficult once the group started to grow large.Use of Solution:I have been using this solution for three years.Stability Issues:Stability was not an issue at any point. My team and I used it across multiple devices and platforms and the flow was seamless.Scalability Issues:We had no issues with scalability. I was able to create more channels as the team grew bigger.Technical Support:I never had to contact the support team.Previous Solutions:We were initially using email and IM chat to communicate. We switched because the conversations became unorganized and inefficient when conversations started overlapping.Initial Setup:The setup was very straightforward. Once I sent an invite to my new team members, all they had to do was create a password and sign in. Their channels were pre-assigned and they had no issues joining the conversation. It was also easy to navigate.Cost and Licensing Advice:I had a relatively small team, so I didn’t have to worry about pricing and licensing. I only encountered pricing third-party apps and bots to help facilitate automations.Other Solutions Considered:I did not evaluate any other options as I did not have a reason to. Eventually I heard of Ryver. I was not compelled to switch though.Other Advice:I think Slack is a very creative application to help unify communication across all team sizes. I will definitely suggest this as my first choice.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The valuable features are group chat, sharing of attachments, and pinning items. Valuable Features:The valuable features are mainly group chat, calling, easy sharing of attachments, and pinning items. These might be basic features, but they make life much easier.Improvements to My Organization:Communication with clients became easy. Different groups for different teams helped a lot in the planning and execution. Everyone stays updated with the progress without any ambiguity.Room for Improvement:I believe they can improve upon ‘calling’, which was introduced recently.Use of Solution:I have been using this solution for more than a year.Stability Issues:There were not many issues with stability, but whenever they introduced a new update, the loading time went up.Scalability Issues:There were no issues with scalability.Technical Support:Technical support is good. They are pretty quick with responses and provide excellent support.Previous Solutions:We were using Skype. We switched mainly because maintaining different client organizations is pretty easy on Slack.Other reasons include the powerful search feature, rich messaging, a more customizable interface, chat functionality, and email notifications.Initial Setup:The setup was pretty simple and quick. The sign up form was easy and the complete onboarding process was quite smooth.Cost and Licensing Advice:Slack is actually rewriting the rules on SaaS pricing. It’s free for basic use and offers some awesome features at no cost at all. I will highly recommend Slack to other companies.Other Solutions Considered:We didn’t look at other alternatives.Other Advice:I am not sure if someone is looking to implement a product like Slack, but if someone is really looking for it, then it’s not that easy.Slack took many months/years to get to this stage. More importantly, they focused on small and medium sized enterprises, which was their biggest market.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The valuable features are group chat, sharing of attachments, and pinning items. Valuable Features:The valuable features are mainly group chat, calling, easy sharing of attachments, and pinning items. These might be basic features, but they make life much easier.Improvements to My Organization:Communication with clients became easy. Different groups for different teams helped a lot in the planning and execution. Everyone stays updated with the progress without any ambiguity.Room for Improvement:I believe they can improve upon ‘calling’, which was introduced recently.Use of Solution:I have been using this solution for more than a year.Stability Issues:There were not many issues with stability, but whenever they introduced a new update, the loading time went up.Scalability Issues:There were no issues with scalability.Technical Support:Technical support is good. They are pretty quick with responses and provide excellent support.Previous Solutions:We were using Skype. We switched mainly because maintaining different client organizations is pretty easy on Slack.Other reasons include the powerful search feature, rich messaging, a more customizable interface, chat functionality, and email notifications.Initial Setup:The setup was pretty simple and quick. The sign up form was easy and the complete onboarding process was quite smooth.Cost and Licensing Advice:Slack is actually rewriting the rules on SaaS pricing. It’s free for basic use and offers some awesome features at no cost at all. I will highly recommend Slack to other companies.Other Solutions Considered:We didn’t look at other alternatives.Other Advice:I am not sure if someone is looking to implement a product like Slack, but if someone is really looking for it, then it’s not that easy.Slack took many months/years to get to this stage. More importantly, they focused on small and medium sized enterprises, which was their biggest market.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Allows us to monitor and interact with our systems and infrastructures. Valuable Features:I appreciate the rich integrations that allow us to monitor and interact with a number of our systems and infrastructures.Improvements to My Organization:We are given an overview of our system status. We are able to respond quickly to infrastructure events, marketing events, customer service events, etc.Room for Improvement:Threaded discussion needs improving.Use of Solution:I have used the product for two years.Stability Issues:We had no stability issues.Scalability Issues:We had no scalability issues.Technical Support:I haven't needed technical support.Initial Setup:The setup was straightforward as the Slackbot walks you through the whole process.Cost and Licensing Advice:Be sure to delete inactive users.Other Advice:Take advantage of integrations.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-05-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I appreciate the ability to create multiple private or open channels. Valuable Features:I appreciate the ability to create multiple private or open channels.Improvements to My Organization:* The ability to create ad hoc channels for certain projects has made us more effective.* The mobile app allows us to communicate on the go, which saves time as well.* Onboarding new users is easy thanks to Slack's great UI.Room for Improvement:There seems to be several minutes of delay between getting notifications on the Mac OS app and then receiving them on the iPhone app.Use of Solution:I’ve been using Slack for over a year.Stability Issues:We haven't really had any stability issues.Technical Support:The product works very well. I haven't personally had the need to contact Slack's support. I did have a question about using Slack several months ago which I posted on Twitter. Their Twitter support team was very responsive and helpful.Previous Solutions:We used Skype before Slack. We switched because Slack offered:* The ability to create multiple channels* A more user friendly interface* The ability to keep us more organized and effectiveCost and Licensing Advice:I would recommend considering staying on the free version. It does limit you in terms of the history of communication and storage, but I think that these problems can be worth overcoming. This is the case especially if you are a smaller team or a startup that needs to watch where you spend your dollars.Other Solutions Considered:We decided to just test Slack out first with no intentions to switch from Skype. However, the whole team fell in love with the product. At this current moment, we are experimenting with Workplace though.Other Advice:Once you sign up, try keeping things clean by creating multiple channels. This will ensure that individual conversations are relevant and that the team does not get distracted by unnecessary chatter.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The most valuable features are direct messaging and having conversations in channels. Valuable Features:Direct messaging and having conversations in channels. I love the channels feature, because it allows you to sort conversations. The only people who will see those conversations are people who are interested in that channel or are part of that initiative/project.Improvements to My Organization:We have slashed our internal emails by 30% and streamlined the tools we use for instant messaging.Room for Improvement:The profile feature needs improvement. There is little room to add details to this section. It would be nice to be able to add more links or have other ways to connect in this section.Use of Solution:I have been using Slack for just over a year.Stability Issues:We have not had stability problems.Scalability Issues:We did have scalability issues. If you are on the free plan, you are only allowed 10,000 messages before everything is archived. This is a big problem for an alumni group which I am a member of that uses Slack.Our messages are archived every two weeks, which makes it challenging to search for former conversations.The price of using Slack would be $30,000/year for that community, which I think is quite steep.Technical Support:I've never used technical support.Previous Solutions:I used Skype for instant messaging and LinkedIn/Facebook groups for community engagement. Skype is clunky and has an outdate user interface.Slack is slick, smooth, and easy on the eyes.LinkedIn/Facebook groups are cluttered and distracting. It's too easy for an "oh, shiny" moment to happen on those social platforms.Initial Setup:The setup was straightforward. Slack is great about walking you through the process of setting up channels and inviting people to join.Cost and Licensing Advice:Stay on the free version and use PaperBot in every Slack channel to "archive" conversations. This helps you work around the problem with 10,000 messages.Other Solutions Considered:We looked at Skype for instant messaging and Discourse for community engagement.Other Advice:If you're looking for an asynchronous/real-time communications tool, you will not find any app that comes close to Slack.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The most valuable features are direct messaging and having conversations in channels. Valuable Features:Direct messaging and having conversations in channels. I love the channels feature, because it allows you to sort conversations. The only people who will see those conversations are people who are interested in that channel or are part of that initiative/project.Improvements to My Organization:We have slashed our internal emails by 30% and streamlined the tools we use for instant messaging.Room for Improvement:The profile feature needs improvement. There is little room to add details to this section. It would be nice to be able to add more links or have other ways to connect in this section.Use of Solution:I have been using Slack for just over a year.Stability Issues:We have not had stability problems.Scalability Issues:We did have scalability issues. If you are on the free plan, you are only allowed 10,000 messages before everything is archived. This is a big problem for an alumni group which I am a member of that uses Slack.Our messages are archived every two weeks, which makes it challenging to search for former conversations.The price of using Slack would be $30,000/year for that community, which I think is quite steep.Technical Support:I've never used technical support.Previous Solutions:I used Skype for instant messaging and LinkedIn/Facebook groups for community engagement. Skype is clunky and has an outdate user interface.Slack is slick, smooth, and easy on the eyes.LinkedIn/Facebook groups are cluttered and distracting. It's too easy for an "oh, shiny" moment to happen on those social platforms.Initial Setup:The setup was straightforward. Slack is great about walking you through the process of setting up channels and inviting people to join.Cost and Licensing Advice:Stay on the free version and use PaperBot in every Slack channel to "archive" conversations. This helps you work around the problem with 10,000 messages.Other Solutions Considered:We looked at Skype for instant messaging and Discourse for community engagement.Other Advice:If you're looking for an asynchronous/real-time communications tool, you will not find any app that comes close to Slack.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The most valuable features are the ability to communicate instantly and create channels. I want to notify users of messages that need immediate ​attention. Valuable Features:The most valuable features are the ability to communicate instantly and create channels. I can create a channel called #breakfastdiscussion, invite three people on my team, and we can chat over breakfast. I can also make a channel called #teamtalk and all the team can be invited. This is a great feature.Improvements to My Organization:We can group conversations around different issues. The issues are entirely created by us, in-house. It works well for a small team with opt-in members.Room for Improvement:I would like to be able to notify users that they have messages that need their immediate attention. If Slack picked up more features of Asana, such as ticketing and calendars and assignments, I would give it a rating of 5/5.Use of Solution:I have been using Slack for a year and a half.Stability Issues:We have not had any stability issues.Scalability Issues:We have not had scalability issues.Technical Support:Technical support is excellent.Previous Solutions:We did not have any previous solutions.Cost and Licensing Advice:It is free for us.Other Advice:It is essential for small team communication.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-04-26
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