18 December 2019
The internet is a valuable tool in today's world, and when you are looking for an internet service provider or ISP, there are some things you may want to consider before you sign up for service. While internet service is essential to you, poor service is not helpful and can be frustrating, so weigh your options before you choose a company to work with. What Are Your Options? One of the first things you need to look at is the options you have and the companies that provide service to our area.
10 August 2019
Once the VCR was available to the public, people ran to the stores to buy one for their homes. Then, within a few years, it wasn't uncommon for households to have several VCRs in their homes. Nowadays, it is highly unlikely that you would be able to walk into a home and find a working VCR connected to any of the TVs throughout the house. Now, the DVR has taken over where the VCR left off.
5 June 2019
Does your business depend on an internet connection to get stuff done? If so, you may be wondering if you should upgrade from your slow ISP to a high-speed fiber connection. Having an incredibly fast connection to the internet can be beneficial in the following situations. You Download Large Files One of the benefits of using fiber is going to be the download speed. While you may hear that you can get speeds up to 1 gigabit, you may not realize what that actually means.
27 January 2019
While living in an apartment or small home, you may find it easy to get a reliable Internet connection for everyone inside because of minimal square footage. Also, when you live on one floor, you will have an easier time getting wired and wireless connections set up. If you recently moved into an oversized home, you should make sure to get reliable Internet for your family. Internet Plan The first thing that you will need to look at is the Internet plan.
10 August 2018
The key to having an Internet provider you'll love will rest in doing your research. It's important to take the time to find what you want in the beginning. The chances are high you'll be using this service for a very long time. Making the right choice now will simply save you a great deal of hassle and time in the future. Knowing specific considerations to find the best selection is certain to be helpful to you.
30 September 2016
Warm weather might be something that you are looking forward to in your personal life, but, if you are tasked with data center maintenance, you might face some challenges when the warm weather kicks in. Increased cooling costs can be tricky to avoid. Luckily, with the tips that follow, you may be able to lower those costs and keep your servers and other equipment working the way they should when the weather heats up.
6 June 2016
So you've got the fastest Internet available in your area. Downloads are quick, especially when it comes to downloading games and updates. Unfortunately, whenever you try to play a game, it seems like everything is going wrong with the consistency. People run in place, you shoot dead on target with no results, and when everything starts moving, your character is suddenly on the ground filled with either bullets, arrows, or charred by dragon's fire.
18 August 2015
With how much data the majority of internet users take up while browsing the web, watching movies online, or updating photos to share with friends, it may seem impossible to work around having a data cap. Whether the cap is a low 25gb a month or over 100gb, you should make some easy adjustments to your internet habits to avoid going over the cab and paying more for data. Take Advantage of Non-Peak Hours
25 July 2015
The transition from on-site servers to colocation can be overwhelming. You'll want to take extra time in the planning stages to be sure that the implementation and transition happen as smoothly as possible. The more efficient your server relocation, the less downtime your staff will see in the process. Here's a look at what you need to know for a successful transition to colocation. Start With Thorough Planning The planning process is vital to a successful transition.
22 June 2015
If you're concerned about the safety of your important business and employee documents, store your information at a data center. A data center is a secure facility located away from your place of business. Although you may have safety protocols in place at your business, hackers can still invade your privacy and steal crucial data. Hackers obtain your data with advanced cyber theft equipment that decodes passwords and encrypted account numbers.