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In August of 2010 the Avaya Partner ACS System was discontinued after more than 20 years of service. The secession plan defined by Avaya was to enable Euro Series 1 and Euro Series 2 phones (see below) to migrate to the new platform, the Avaya IP Office Partner Edition.  The third phone featured below the AT&T/Lucent/Avaya Partner MLS series of phones will not migrate. In addition...

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Unified Communications and Contact Center Leader Joins Alliance as Part of Initiative to Stem Software Piracy, Increase Customer Protection LOS GATOS, Calif. - The Alliance for Gray Market and Counterfeit Abatement (AGMA) today announced that it has officially added Avaya Inc., a global leader in enterprise communications systems, software and services, to its member roster. AGMA is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing gray market, counterfeiting...

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Myteltek x DressLands Metallic Bandage Dress – Gold/Bandeau Style This myteltek x Dresslands gold metallic bandage dress is created from a comfortable, durable stretch fabric that is made from 80% Polyester and 20% Elastane, which provides the elasticity to the fibers. The bandeau style is a figure-flattering way to remain cool during the hottest months of the year. The inside edge of the strapless bandeau...

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Avaya is a major provider of communications products and services (see Table 1). Since finalizing its acquisition of Nortel Enterprise Solutions (NES) in December 2009, the company has made progress restructuring its direct sales organization and growing its indirect sales organizations, diminishing overlap in job responsibilities, reducing head count and minimizing product portfolio overlap with NES offers. Avaya continues to enhance its communications solutions, and...

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Teltek recently became aware of a profound change to tax code Section 179: Oct 15, 2010 - Effective as of 09/27/2010, H.R. 5297 (the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010) had a substantial (and welcome) impact on Section 179.  The biggest impact is that it increased Section 179's limits (almost doubling them). This will mean a substantial boost to your bottom line this year. ...

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Trade In and Trade Up! Are you considering an upgrade to your phone system but are worried about the cost?  Do you think it is wasteful to throw away all of your existing equipment?  Would you like to get paid for taking the green initiative?  How would you like to just get paid for upgrading to a better technology? If you answered yes to any of these...

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While learning to audit phone and internet bills, I was overwhelmed by many of the terms I needed to understand to audit thoroughly and correctly. Although some of these terms were used across the board, many were bill specific; it was like learning a whole new language - one that I couldn't even go someplace foreign and fun to use!  As part one of what...

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For those of you unfamiliar with what a Tablet PC is, it’s a portable computer that simulates similar functions of a laptop or desktop computer, but relies on a single screen for primary input. This technology was first released to consumers shortly after the turn of the century. Back then, Tablet PCs were about the size and weight of a laptop (minus the keyboard). Also,...

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It’s safe to assume that in the year 2010, most Americans have a cell phone. What if I told you, for several years one of the major wireless service providers was inappropriately charging its customers? Unfortunately it’s the truth. Earlier this week, a story broke about how Verizon Wireless charged 15 million of its customers for data (email/internet) that they did not use.  According to...

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Maryland competed for and won one of the largest broadband infrastructure grants in the country. The U.S. Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) awarded the $115.2 M grant to help Maryland connect community anchor institutions and advance economic development. Carroll is a part of the One Maryland Broadband Network, a grant sub-recipient, which includes nine other local governments including Anne Arundel County, City...

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