• Commercial
    Providing technology solutions for businesses of all shapes and sizes
  • Construction
    Bringing decades of experience to your construction project
  • Education
    Designing, installing and servicing technology for learning environments
  • Government
    Delivering technology solutions to all branches of government
  • Healthcare
    Meeting the demands of modern healthcare through technology solutions
  • Industrial
    Empowering facilities with technology for today and tomorrow
  • Religious
    Equipping faith-based organizations with the latest technology
  • Work Smarter
    Tech Electronics gives organizations the tools to work more efficiently
  • Feel Safer
    Protecting people and property through life safety and communication solutions
  • Collaborate More Effectively
    Increasing productivity through technology-based collaboration tools

Tag Archives: featured

Feb
20

The Dreaded Compensation Question: Why Candidates aren’t the only ones who hate it

By: Amy Petersen

I get it; compensation can be a make or break question. It’s invasive and may not be an accurate portrayal of your skillset. And I agree.

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Jan
31

Technology partnership streamlines a Facial Recognition solution

Tech Electronics partners with Blue Line Technology to advance the adoption of Facial Recognition Technology

St. Louis, MO (January 31, 2018) – Tech Electronics, St. Louis owned technology services provider, announces their partnership with previous Arch Grants winner and emerging leader in security and facial recognition, . Blue Line’s Facial Recognition technology is a state-of-the-art camera-based system developed by veterans of law enforcement. First Line Facial Recognition is designed for threat detection, access control and concierge applications with a robust service distribution across many industries.

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Dec
20

New technology solutions streamline security across the entire School Corporation

Center Grove Community School Corporation Partners with Tech Electronics of Indiana for a Safer Campus

Greenwood, IN – continues their partnership with technology solutions provider, Tech Electronics of Indiana to improve campus safety. After launching an initiative in 2013 to deliver a safer environment for students, faculty and visitors, Center Grove partnered with Tech Electronics to upgrade their video surveillance system. The next phase of the School Corporation’s initiative is an overhaul of the facility’s and intrusion detection technology.

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Dec
20

5 Interview Tips To Help Set You Apart From Other Candidates

By: Amy Petersen

The holidays are behind us which means it’s time for you to make good on your “” New Year’s resolution. My might have been empty since Thanksgiving but not anymore. This is what we HR people like to call our busy season and to help you help us I have compiled a few interview tips that will set you apart from other candidates.

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Dec
20

Restoring Windows 10

By: Nick Cable

With any computer connected to the Internet problems appear that make it nearly impossible to use your PC. These issues can range from failed Microsoft updates to malicious files hackers have embedded inside your applications. The solution used to be to reinstall the Operating System by hand, which tends to be a longer, more drawn out process than intended.

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Aug
16

Tech Electronics Acquires Professional Fire Alarm Systems, Inc

Technology Services Provider continues geographic growth with latest acquisition

St. Louis, MO (August 17, 2017) – Tech Electronics, a leading technology services organization, announces the acquisition of commercial communications systems provider, . (PFAS). Both privately owned companies specialize in the design, installation, and service of fire, security, sound and nurse call systems for the business-to-business, government, healthcare and education markets.

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May
31

Technology Solutions for the K-12 Campus

Today, school administrators are concerned about mobile learning initiatives, network capacity demands and security breaches. New initiatives such as Common Core online assessments and one-to-one learning programs require a robust network. Students are using devices like Chromebooks for everyday class work, and teachers are relying on the network for lesson plans and testing. As the need for a reliable network becomes more vital for the students and staff, the health and safety of the network become more critical. The demand for a more secure network is even more apparent with the recent headlines. Hackers are targeting schools to acquire student and staffs information which is increasing the concern of security breaches for many school administrators. Luckily, there are network solutions available to alleviate the concerns of security breaches while meeting the network capacity and mobile learning demands. Solutions such as the latest product offering from SonicWALL-Next Generation Firewall (NGFW).  

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