Category Archives: Guides

Securing non-PC Devices on Your Network
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June 14, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Securing non-PC Devices on Your Network

While there have been products designed to help users secure their computers for years now, these same products are now proving insufficient to meet the challenges of a new age. …

Why You Need Faster Broadband NOW
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June 3, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Why You Need Faster Broadband NOW

The entertainment industry is changing rapidly, particularly in regards to how consumers get access to their entertainment. Perhaps the global economic depression is accelerating this process, as economic pressure means…

DSL Phantom Mode: Copper to Hit 300 Mbps?
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May 4, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

DSL Phantom Mode: Copper to Hit 300 Mbps?

Fiber is certainly the next big thing in terms of broadband, IPTV, and VoIP services, but the question many are asking is: how much headroom does copper (or any other…

Internet and Computer Optimizers: Junk or Gold?
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April 19, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Internet and Computer Optimizers: Junk or Gold?

Internet optimizers and computer optimizers both offer promises that sound tantalizing: optimize a network connection and rid a computer of problems that might be plaguing it.  Similar promises, at least…

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January 24, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Power Line Broadband 101: An Overview

Broadband services are lucrative in and of themselves, but ancillary services that can ride on top of data such as digital cable and digital telephone services push broadband over the…

Wireless Broadband: Is it the Future?
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January 22, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Wireless Broadband: Is it the Future?

There has been a lot of talk about metal wiring slowly fading into the living memory of the broadband dictionary, primarily because metal wiring has physical characteristics that ultimately limit…

Satellite Broadband: Is It a Viable Option?
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January 19, 2010 posted by Jessica Sims

Satellite Broadband: Is It a Viable Option?

Broadband comes in many forms, and different broadband service providers use an array of wildly different technologies, but the problem is that not everyone lives in a densely populated area…