August 2011

The terms “WiFi” and “wireless” are often confused when referring to Internet connectivity.  Basically these words are synonymous with one another and mean Internet connectivity without wires.  WiFi stands for Wireless Fidelity and is used to create a wireless Local … Continue reading

If you are unfamiliar with Clear Internet it refers to WiMAX or 4G Internet connectivity.  This is the latest form of high speed broadband Internet with CLEAR formerly being the Clearwire company.  This type of broadband connectivity is known as … Continue reading

When you try to determine whether you should use a DSL or cable Internet connection you will find a lot of debate that surrounds these two types of Internet access.  Which one is better?  Which one is faster?  What is … Continue reading

Updated: August 24, 2014 In today’s mobile economy, more consumers are seeking to stay connected while on the go. For this reason, there are more options for accessing free Wi-Fi than in the past. According to the International Data Corporation … Continue reading

If you travel with your family, a group of friends, or conduct business with associates on the road there are times when you may want to share your mobile broadband connection with other users. You can establish this type of … Continue reading

As technology progresses there are more options available for establishing Internet connectivity regardless of where you are located or if you are constantly on the go.  If you travel for work or go on vacation or it is simply difficult … Continue reading

Top Tips on DSL Filters

by Aeyne Schriber on August 5, 2011 in DSL

If you are receiving your Internet service through a Digital Subscriber Line there is often a small amount of interference in the line when voice and data is being transmitted over the same line.  By applying a DSL filter to … Continue reading

In an environment where people carry their entire life with them on their mobile device data security has become an increasing concern due to the explosion of the mobile economy.  When it comes to conventional Internet connectivity there are many … Continue reading