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Speed vs. Bandwidth

By |June 15th, 2015|Internet, Wi-Fi|1 Comment

Unfortunately, a vast majority of people are under the false impression that the Internet has varying degrees of speed; ranging from unbearably slow to ultra fast, “high-speed” internet connections. Marketing campaigns constantly promote “high-speed internet,” misinforming the average Internet user into believing there is a difference in Internet speed. The real differences in perceived internet speed […]

POP3 Is to ‘The Oregon Trail’ as IMAP Is to ‘Candy Crush’

By |June 11th, 2015|Internet, Technology|0 Comments

If you are still using the POP3 to retrieve email, then I have some bad news for you. You are 17 years behind its last revision. Which can feel like an eternity in the grand scope of technology.
POP (Post Office Protocol) was originally created in 1984 for the purpose of making it easier to […]

Net Neutrality, Title II, and What it Means for All of Us

By |February 26th, 2015|Internet, Network Neutrality|1 Comment

By Adrian Ramirez and Luisana Duarte
After months of intense debates between Internet service providers and content providers, demonstrations, and over four million Americans participating in the Net Neutrality for ‘Open Internet’ discussion, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) has passed a historic ruling regarding net neutrality.
The new ruling reclassifies Internet as a telecommunication service and […]

Are Smartwatches Going to Make It?

By |February 26th, 2014|Internet, Technology|0 Comments

Smartwatches are the latest technological craze, but will it last?

Samsung Corporation recently introduced a new line of products which no other competitor has targeted before, however this ingenuity is causing several other technology companies to rise up as a Samsung contender.

Samsung’s smartwatch is a new device that is essentially a touchscreen high tech watch. […]

Online Video Streaming is Today’s Rage

By |February 6th, 2014|Internet|0 Comments

Do you know one of those addictive series watchers who can endlessly stream and view series after series worth of episodes? They finish a whole series in less than a week and get an adrenaline rush going through as many other, new series as possible.
Video streaming has become the latest rage in our society today, […]

Codes, Clues, Cryptic: What’s Your password? Wait..Don’t answer that.

By |October 20th, 2013|Network Security|0 Comments

With the world wide web expanding every day, more and more accounts are being setup on different sites, software, and systems. So how do you keep track of them all and how do you know they are safe? Here are some tips that can help:
Rule number one: do not tell a single soul.
Passwords are […]

Why has Everyone Gone MIA?

By |October 13th, 2013|Internet, Network Security|0 Comments

Missing with Internet Access.
October’s Cyber Awareness Month was created not only to encourage us to create a safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment, but also to show how far the cyber world has come. Ironically, our daily lives tend to be so engrossed in the Cloud that we have a month designated to remind […]

The Truth about Cyber Bullying

By |October 7th, 2013|Internet, Network Security|0 Comments

As part of October’s Cyber Security Month we would like
to shed some light on an issue that may affect our customers as well our employees.
Cyber bullying or social media bullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm or harass other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. Just as Internet security […]

Seven Reasons Why Businesses are Switching to Wi-Fi

By |October 3rd, 2013|Internet, Technology, Wi-Fi|0 Comments

Wi-Fi is an abbreviation of the phrase Wireless Fidelity, which basically means -wireless precision. Wi-Fi was the next step of advancing the use of the Internet from Ethernet.

It should seem obvious why the whole world is making the change to Wi-Fi with the promise of no strings attached. However, there are other reasons why […]