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Author: Teltek Blogger

Over the weekend, I spent some time in Federal Hill. I don't get over to that end of town due to the limited parking in that area at times, but always have a good time in that neighborhood. My Saturday started with meeting a friend for coffee at Koba Cafe and after that we took my dog to Federal Hill Park. This park is one of...

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This past Wednesday, Teltek's Westminster office was literally bursting at the seams with piles of donations from generous Carroll County residents and businesses. After hearing of an effort by Karin Schwartz of Springboard Business Development to assist victims of the hurricane, Chris Nicoli of Teltek offered our Main Street corporate headquarters in Carroll County as a collection site. The idea to collect donations was conceived by Justin Lotano,...

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If you are disappointed that the election and all the drama and hype that came with it is over, we have a few maintenance plan options for you to review and possibly elect into your office. In addition to providing IT Support, installation & repair services, technology and telecommunications equipment, computer repair and carrier services, we also offer a variety of maintenance agreements to protect your valuable technology investment. For your consideration, we present our esteemed...

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Daniel in Greenbelt, MD asks: I've heard a few rumblings about Super Wi-Fi. How is it different from regular Wi-Fi and when will we get access to it? Super Wi-Fi is what the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) calls a proposal it plans to use for the creation of longer-distance wireless internet. It's a new kind of wireless network that runs on unused and underused white spaces that exist between...

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I love the weather this time of year, so I'm always in search of new, fun things to do outside in Baltimore. This weekend I discovered a few new places (new to me), so here's what I found: The first is Robert E. Lee Park. This beautiful property is located on 415 acres with numerous trails, nature and environmental programs, a dog park and pavilions. Lake Roland in the center of the...

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On Saturday November 10th two 18 wheelers filled with donations will be driven directly into 4 of the New Jersey communities hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy.  We have a team of volunteers in New Jersey to distribute the goods to the Fire Departments and Churches that are working to ensure the members of their communities have the essentials.  Teltek is working with other businesses and...

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NEC Corporation is advertising a new promotion called "Fall Into Leasing" to help customers better afford a NEC telephone system. The rates they are currently offering are 0.02058 for equipment costs of $7,500 to $25,000 and 0.02022 for equipment costs $25,000 and over. The term is 60 months and there is a $1.00 end of term purchase option. To qualify for this incentive, your company must have been in business for...

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Sue from Gettysburg, PA asks: I need to email my social security number to my insurance company, but I'm hesitant to send sensitive information into cyberspace. Is there a secure way to email this to them? It's very smart of you to question the action of emailing information that could leave you vulnerable to hacking or identity theft. There is a great service called OneShar.es that can provide...

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Last week, Teltek was present at the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce's annual membership luncheon at the Portico of St. John in Westminster. The purpose of the gathering was to present the nominees for the 2013 Board of Directors and vote them into office. After some networking time and brief adresses from the event sponsors; Celebree Learning Centers and CQI Associates, the 2013 Board of Directors was unanimously...

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  Hurricane Sandy brought much chaos and destruction to the Eastern Seaboard. Many of us who did not suffer a tragic loss will observe what happened to those unfortunate individuals and businesses and perhaps consider some kind of safeguard or plan should an accident or natural disaster involve us in the future. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal cited a disturbing statistic from the Institute for Business & Home...

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