We’ve all used public WiFi way too many times without even being aware of the dangers lurking behind it. It’s difficult to resist connecting to public networks because they are readily available and absolutely free.
Cybersecurity for desktop devices and cybersecurity for mobile ones are two completely different worlds. Each type of device is exposed to different kinds of cybersecurity threats, which is why mobile safety measures won’t always work on computers.
People all over the world use mobile devices on a daily basis. With the rapid advance in mobile technologies, smartphones have become an unavoidable component of our bags and pockets. In other words, we carry mobile devices everywhere and use them to complete a wide variety of actions from taking photos, making calls, and scrolling social media, to making bank transactions, and shopping online.
Storms, floods, fire, and other emergencies can cause productivity loss due to power failure. Utilizing an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for your workstations will ensure that you never lose unsaved work. But what about your online connection? To avoid being crippled by loss of internet connection, it’s a good idea to plug routers, wireless access […]
Mobile devices, such as smartphones and laptops, have changed the landscape of business organizations everywhere. Nowadays, businesses arm their workers with these devices in the field, making mobile performance and connectivity highly essential. Optimizing IT systems for mobile workers isn’t easy, but there are a few simple tricks you can try.
In today’s world, staying connected means having strong internet and a high-speed phone. But you may discover that your internet-based apps are loading much slower after using your phone for months. Learn four reasons why your phone’s internet is lagging.
For ages, most people assumed that setting a strong password on their WiFi router was enough to prevent cyberattacks, but recent events prove otherwise. Two Belgian security analysts have found a serious weakness in WiFi networks, called KRACK, that puts your wireless devices in danger.
Having access to high-speed internet is important for people who work, chat, or stream online. Sadly, most WiFi systems are unreliable and unresponsive, and depending on the layout of your office, they can create internet dead zones. For businesses that manage most of their tasks online, this simply won’t do.