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Do you remember the last time you went a few days without the Internet? If you were on a camping trip, it might not seem like a big deal. However, if you were sitting at home with an unresponsive phone, that non-existent connection might have been a little more frustrating. If you are like most people, the Internet acts as a lifeline to the rest of the world, helping you to complete online banking, communicate with friends, or even to watch television. I hate Internet outages with a passion, which is why my blog is devoted to helping you diagnose Internet issues early.

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A Few Reasons To Use Satellite Internet For Streaming
15 May 2018

Trying to decide what type of internet service pro

Need Internet Service In A New Home? Pick An Ideal Location For The Modem
1 November 2017

When you move homes, one of the things that you wi

Do You Use A Colocation Service? Use A Remote Hand Service To Go Hands Free
30 May 2016

A colocation is a data center that your business c

Keeping Your Internet Access to Yourself: How to Secure Your Home Wireless Network
18 August 2015

You're paying for fast home Internet access from a

Colocation Can Eliminate Many Tech Responsibilities
12 June 2015

If you're not a technician or don't have enough ti

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A Few Reasons To Use Satellite Internet For Streaming

Trying to decide what type of internet service provider to use in your home can have you researching everything available in your area. This can cause some confusion unless you are very technologically savvy. Of course, there are some areas where you do not have many choices, but regardless of where you live there are some good reasons to use satellite internet for streaming. Here are just a few of them: Read More 

Need Internet Service In A New Home? Pick An Ideal Location For The Modem

When you move homes, one of the things that you will need to do is set up an Internet connection. While you could try to replicate the same setup as in your old home, this may not be the best option because the home's layout is not the same and you will have different needs. You may be moving into a single-family home from an apartment. This will often give you more room to work with when it comes to organizing the electronics in your home. Read More 

Do You Use A Colocation Service? Use A Remote Hand Service To Go Hands Free

A colocation is a data center that your business can rent space from to house your servers, along with other computer hardware. The building your equipment is in is kept cool, and offers you bandwidth, along with physical security. Many colocation services also offer the option of remote hands service.  Below is some information about this, as well as the many benefits it can offer you. Remote Hand Service A remote hands service allows you to perform tasks with your server without having to go to the location. Read More 

Keeping Your Internet Access to Yourself: How to Secure Your Home Wireless Network

You're paying for fast home Internet access from a reliable Internet service provider (ISP), and you don't want to share that access with anyone who happens to be nearby. That means that you have to use a secure wireless network. But it's not as tough as it seems to create a secure network.  Why Is It Important to Secure Your Network? It's easy to convince yourself that you don't need to worry about securing your network. Read More 

Colocation Can Eliminate Many Tech Responsibilities

If you're not a technician or don't have enough time to manage an entire computer network, maintaining a server or any kind of Internet-based service can cripple your business. The level of skill and dedication required to build, maintain and constantly improve such services is a full-time job, and often requires multiple staff members when demand and extra equipment is needed. As you decide whether or not to use a dedicated data center for your resources, consider what an in-house system could cost you versus a colocation service. Read More