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Diagnosing Internet Issues

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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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 

Four Things To Look For With VPN Services

Not every VPN service is equal -- here are some top things to look for if you are trying to find a good security service for web activities. Price Some VPNs are competitively market priced, and some are not. Take a look at a few different competitors to understand the going market rate for these services where you live. Look at the "value for cost" or what the service provider gives you for your money. Read More