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Explaining How Wi-Fi Actually Works

Entertainment, shopping, working, food, love and pretty much everything under the sun has been affected by Wi-Fi. You may already know how Wi-Fi actually works, but how many people in your life still believe that Wi-Fi is just a magical entity that only comes to life when they click on their favorite web applications? Next time you need to burst someone’s bubble and rather not explain it yourself, go ahead and send them this video by Brightside to teach them how Wi-Fi actually works.

How Mesh Wi-Fi can Improve Your Home Office

The cool part about an IT contractor’s home office is that it doesn’t need to be an “office”. With the right Wi-Fi connection and proper equipment, you could work at a desk, but you can also get work done in the living room, kitchen or even your back deck! That wireless network is crucial, though. Slow speeds can mean trouble connecting to client sites, patchy VoIP calls, and overall less productivity.

There are a few different solutions to boosting your Wi-Fi signal at home, but according to this video from TechQuick, Mesh Networks are ideal. Why? Watch the video and find out. It may not be too late to add one to your holiday wishlist!

10 Ways to Stay Safe on Free WiFi

“Free WiFi” can be one of the best signs you see all day, especially if your cell phone data is limited. Sometimes it saves your bacon if you urgently need to download a large report or send large files to client. Other times free WiFi means you can carelessly surf for hours while you’re stuck at an airport or killing time in coffee shop. But should it really be “careless”?

Most IT professionals already know that “Free WiFi” is rarely free and can require you handing over personal information. Even worse, it can be a security nightmare and cause serious harm to your personal identity. Before you sound the alarm and never trust free WiFi again, review this video from Bright Side, which provides 10 simple ways to stay safe in these situations.