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Soundproofing the Modern Office

Category: Sound Masking
September 7, 2021

Trying to focus and work in an office can be next to impossible if you’re constantly being distracted by your coworkers. Here at Lanstar Systems, Inc., we’ve been providing Maryland business owners with our soundproofing services for years, and wanted to take some time today to talk about why soundproofing your office will make it […]

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Hosted vs On-Premise VoIP – Which is Better for Your Business?

Category: General
August 2, 2021

There are a lot of reasons why you would want a private phone system for your business, but unless you’ve had one installed before, you probably don’t know a ton about how they work. Here at Lanstar Systems Inc., we’ve helped hundreds of business owners in Maryland with their private company phone lines, and we […]

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5 Ways Structured Cabling Saves Your Business Money

Category: Connectivity
July 7, 2021

If you’ve ever spent any amount of time with your business’ network down, you know how debilitating and frustrating it can be. Don’t waste any of your time or money, work with a Baltimore County structured cabling company to see how your business can save time and money by having a structured cabling system installed. […]

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Small Businesses That Benefit from an Integrated Paging System

Category: Integrated Paging Systems
June 1, 2021

Over the years, we’ve worked with many different small business owners from a variety of industries. There are many Maryland businesses that benefit from using integrated paging systems, and yours might, as well. We wanted to take a little time off the clock today to talk about some of the businesses that could benefit the […]

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How Will 5G Affect Fiber Optic Cabling?

Category: Structured Cabling
May 1, 2021

Technology only ever moves forward, and just as the cellular phone largely replaced landlines, 5G will replace 4G. 5G is a total game changer, and much of our existing telecommunication technology will require updates. As an experienced Baltimore county cabling company, we feel it necessary to explain how 5G will affect fiber optic cabling across […]

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When Should You Update Your Cabling?

Category: Structured Cabling
April 5, 2021

Living in the modern world, having access to high speed internet and communications is more important than ever. No matter what industry you’re in, you need to ensure you have reliable internet. Here at Lanstar Systems Inc., we’ve been installing structured cabling for  small business owners for quite some time, and we wanted to explain […]

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What’s the Difference Between Sound Masking and White Noise?

Category: Sound Masking
March 1, 2021

Many modern offices are designed with open concepts, and while open-office spaces are great, they can also lead to an increase in office noise. Hearing everyone in your office talking can distract your employees and lower office efficiency. As someone who’s been providing Maryland businesses with our structured cabling company services for years, we wanted […]

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3 Common Data Center Infrastructure Design Mistakes

Category: Network Infrastructure
February 1, 2021

When you’ve been providing structured cabling services to Maryland for as long as we have, you learn a few things. Your business relies on your data center, and design flaws in your infrastructure can lead to downtime. As an experienced Maryland structured cabling company, we wanted to take some time today to talk about three […]

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4 Tips for Effective Cable Management

Category: Network Infrastructure
January 5, 2021

Effectively managing your business’ network cables is extremely important, but unless you’ve worked in the industry you may not know how to do this. As someone who’s worked in the Baltimore cabling industry for years, we wanted to take some time today to talk about a few tips to help you effectively manage your cable […]

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4 Ways Fiber Optic Cabling Beats Copper

Category: Structured Cabling
December 4, 2020

When you’re looking to install a new cable network system in your Annapolis, MD business, you’ll have to decide between fiber optic and copper cabling. There are pros and cons to each, and as someone who’s been providing Annapolis, MD with our fiber cabling installation services for years, we wanted to take some time today […]

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