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What's the password? The key to unlocking all types of information lies with the password, that crazy combination of letters, symbols and numbers that keeps your data secure. That same string of characters can cause devastation if found in the wrong hands. A prime example of this was demonstrated last week when news broke that 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords had been posted to a Russian hacking forum along with a request to...

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This past Tuesday, President Obama made an appearance in Charm City to attend three fundraising events to fuel his presidential re-election campaign. Among the distinguished attendees at these functions were Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Governor Martin O'Malley and Senator Barbara A. Mikulski. The trio of events was expected to bring in more than $1.5 million. According to an article in the Baltimore Sun, Maryland is ranked 11th in the...

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Many of Teltek's customers ask questions that are universal inquiries, topics that affect nearly everyone. When we receive queries like these, we will address them in this column so all readers can benefit from the advice we provide to our customers. Veronica in Washinton DC asks: "Recently, we upgraded our computer equipment and we are preparing for an office relocation. Our Office Manager wants to dispose of as much...

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United Airlines used to have the tagline “Fly the Friendly Skies” to encourage travelers to pick their airline over others for that personal touch. Having flown recently, I appreciate the difference a little friendliness can make while traveling. Despite all the improvements in aviation, technology and procedures, flying can still be a very stressful experience. Between the bag fees, security lines, delays and crowded flights,...

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A few years ago, "thin client computing" became a popular concept with the idea is that most users don't need a powerful desktop unit with a fast processor and a vast amount of local storage space. Instead of blowing the IT budget on high powered individual machines, companies could provide their employees with inexpensive, low-powered computers that operate much like the old "dumb terminals" that connected to mainframe systems. PC Magazine's Encyclopedia...

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Teltek was recently nominated by the Carroll Technology Council's web and education committee as their Featured Member of the Month for June 2012! As a member of the Carroll County community via our Westminster office, Teltek is proud to be affiliated with the CTC and honored to be chosen as their Member of the Month. The Carroll Technology Council was established in 2001 by the Carroll...

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