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Category : Wireless Network

IoT: What Is It Really?

Whenever a new technology-related acronym appears, it’s easy for anyone not in the industry to feel confused about its meaning. Such is the case with IoT, which actually refers to how the devices we use routinely can work together and be controlled remotely via one device. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a system…
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What Internet Speed Should You Get?

Many consumers are faced with the dilemma of selecting an ideal internet speed. With so many different speed options to choose from, trying to answer the question can be confusing. On the one hand, you don’t want to pay for power you won’t be using; on the other, you don’t want to be slowed down…
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The Importance of a Secure Wireless Network

When your wireless network, better known as Wi-Fi, isn’t secure you can put your digital and physical life in danger. External parties can access the Internet using your broadband connection even while they are somewhere else in the neighborhood or sitting in a car that’s parked nearby. Some common issues with include; your monthly Internet…
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5 Quick Fixes for Your Wireless Network

A recent study by iGR indicated that American households now get the majority of their data via their home WiFi devices. Residential and business users alike are gravitating to WiFi because of the convenience – but both are subject to the same frustrations when their wireless networks crash. Weak signals, bad connections, hardware problems and…
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Troubleshooting Your Wi-Fi Home Router and Modem

1.       Make sure your modem and router is plugged in correctly and has power. Start out by making sure the modem/router is plugged in correctly and powered on.  Although it may seem that this could not be the problem, you may consider pets/children accidentally brushing up against a power cord, stepping on a fuse breaker, or…
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