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Mesh Wi-Fi Network

By: marketing | Published March 25, 2020

Don’t you hate when your Wi-Fi network doesn’t reach every room in your home? How can that little router in the basement reach all the way upstairs in a bedroom? Here’s where new technology comes into play. Mesh Wi-Fi networks can help extend that connection throughout your entire home. Now, how cool is that? Welcome to the year 2020 everyone! What is a Mesh Wi-Fi Network? A wireless mesh network is the lat...

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How To Secure Your Wi-Fi Network

By: marketing | Published March 11, 2020

While surfing the Internet within your home, you want your personal information safe and secure from the outside world. With all the things we do online, such as pay bills and answer emails, we want to know that it all stays confidential. Wi-Fi network signals broadcast beyond the vicinity of your home and that makes the network more vulnerable to hacking and spam. Here are some important ways to protect yourself and your...

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Modem Vs. Router

By: marketing | Published March 3, 2020

If you are looking into Internet connection within your home, it may be confusing trying to understand all of the equipment needed for online access when you may be unfamiliar with the products. Depending on the plan you sign up with, your Internet service provider can supply the modem and router needed to run the connection through your house. In some circumstances, the devices can even be merged into one box known as a ...

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