August 1st, 2013 Posted 12:00 am
It’s sometime in the afternoon, and someone pulls up in a large van and parks outside of your home. Maybe you take a peek out the window and think nothing more of it. You continue with the rest of your day; accessing your online bank account and other sensitive information.
Once it starts to get dark, you see the van pull away; never to be seen again. Over the next few days, you find that your online bank account has been drained, your credit cards have Read the rest of this entry »
May 26th, 2013 Posted 12:00 am
Choosing the right ISP provider for both business and commercial use is very important. There are many factors that must be considered before signing an extended contract with an internet service provider. If you’re ready to sign up for internet service, read the following tips to ensure that you choose the right ISP provider for business and commercial use.
Average Internet Speed
Make sure your internet service provider offers internet for business use that is faster than 6 Mbps. 6 Mbps is normally okay Read the rest of this entry »
March 20th, 2013 Posted 12:00 am
Every home needs Internet access. With the number of Internet service providers to choose from, it can be difficult to know which is best for your family. There are a few things to consider before settling on one company to provide Internet to your home.
Determine how much you will use the Internet in your home. Some ISPs charge a flat monthly rate while others charge based on usage. There are also ISPs that charge a flat rate but slow down the connection after a predetermined amount of bandwidth has been used. Knowing approximately how much Read the rest of this entry »
January 29th, 2012 Posted 12:00 am
Most of us have wireless internet. Some of us hook-up fancy wireless routers that flood the entire home and, in some cases, the surrounding area in wireless signal. As convenient as this may be when we do our work around the house it can also let unwanted intruders into your network as well. People with wireless access capabilities can scan for unprotected wireless networks and if yours isn’t secured you may as well be leaving the front door to your home unlocked.
Why? What’s the big deal? Amongst the very real pain of hijackers taking up your bandwidth and slowing down your network you have the possibility of identity theft and infiltration. Skilled hackers can find out everything they need to know about a person and all they need is a couple minutes and an unsecured connection. That’s why it’s important to secure your network and, luckily, most routers these days come with their own safeguards to prevent this. You still have to set up your passwords and console information but most of these products walk you through the process, which is simple enough.
Since you do most of your business and leisure activities on the computer (including facebook, banking, etc.) you need to be vigilant and careful what you’re doing. Wireless internet is one of the most convenient tools we have, you just need to take the necessary precautions.
October 16th, 2011 Posted 12:00 am
When you are considering the switch to wireless, if you want the fastest speeds, you have to rely on the best companies, and the best internet connection options. Although the speed that you decide to purchase, and pay for will greatly dictate how fast you are going to get the connections at, the company you use for services can also have a great impact on speed. Since many companies dominate a large market share, and hold a large consumer Read the rest of this entry »
October 13th, 2011 Posted 12:00 am
Choosing the right company for your wireless services depends on a few things that need to be considered. The first thing you want to consider before choosing is quality. Quality is a term that covers a broad area. Quality is not just connection speeds. Quality refers to the friendliness and speed of the customer service department, the precision and accuracy of the technician, and the smile in the salesman’s voice. It is a mixture of all things provided by a particular company. Reading customer reviews will give you a good idea Read the rest of this entry »
October 10th, 2011 Posted 12:00 am
There is a multitude of wireless internet providers on the scene, all in competition for consumers’ business. Cable companies are many but ranking at the top are Comcast Internet, Verizon, Time Warner, AT &T, Cox Internet, Century Internet, and Charter Internet. As larger providers, they often have the best in high speed connections and bundles with other services such as phone and cable for good deals. Satellite providers of wireless internet service include DIRECTV, Dish Network, HughesNet, Read the rest of this entry »
October 6th, 2011 Posted 12:00 am
Although many business owners have resisted going wireless, if they want to get the best internet connection, and want to get the best speeds while doing work for a client, or having to chat with a client overseas on the web, they are going to want to join the world of wireless, and get the best connections. Many business owners, especially older individuals, are very resistant to change, and for this reason, wireless internet is something that is foreign to them. But, today, Read the rest of this entry »