What is it that can protect your files, even if your hard drive fails? That can serve up media files like the way Netflix does with trailers and covers? That can run a personal cloud far away from companies like Apple, Google, and Microsoft?
When talking about network security, something that pops up quite often is firewalls. It’s very unclear what they are really doing for non-networking people except that they may block bad traffic. But how do they know what is bad what is not?
Knowing which router to buy is hard. If you are not very technical, all the mumbo-jumbo that the manufacturers write on the boxes is exactly that: mumbo jumbo. But it is still an important choice, because if you go with the wrong router, you will have bad WiFi, and no one want’s a bad WiFi.
When the network is bad, you are looking for new solutions that don’t have to break the bank. What you find is something called WiFi extenders and powerline adapters. What’s the difference and when should they be used you wonder.
The internet is dead, and you have no idea why. Is it that stupid thing in the corner again? You know, you should have got a new one the last time. But here we are, and you need to get it working again. To help you with your task, I have collected the 7 most simple steps you can take to get internet back again.
As a systems administrator, I am usually the guy my friends and family go to when they have the same trouble that you have right now. These seven steps are very handy for me to have close by in that case because it seems that most of my friends never learn them themselves…
A lot of people use WiFi networks in their homes these days as it is a very convenient way for different devices to connect to the internet. It’s no secret that WiFi is essential for most of us and the demand for it continues to increase. This has led to essential wireless network developments such as signal strength, speed, and security.
A power failure can happen to anyone, wherever you are in the world. This can have a detrimental effect on your computer hardware and can cause you to lose files or even hardware. There have been several instances of hard drive damage or even complete failure due to loss of power and when this happens you can lose everything.
Extending the WiFi network is something that most people seem to want nowadays. It’s quite often that someone asks me how they can extend the range or expand their network in a cost-effective way. It’s getting more important than ever to always be connected, wherever you are in your house, and everything should be wireless. This is where double routers are coming into play.