The fact is your home influences your Wi-Fi signal. We all hate it when the internet drops every time you walk up the stairs, or the connection is super slow or endlessly buffers when you want to watch something online.
Find out more about how to eliminate Wi-Fi dead spots in your home
You might have thought your router is the star of the show, but in fact there's a lot more tech that has an influence on your network.
Meet the team players in your typical home network.
Your router is the center piece of it all, connecting your devices to each other and to the internet. But how do you choose just the right router to meet your individual needs and keep the good times rolling?
Here’s the inside scoop on what to look for when buying your next router.
When you purchase some new cameras for your office or factory you may be tempted to think that you are well on your way to securing your space but cameras are just one pixel in the picture of security.
Get a birdseye view on setting up a secure surveillance networks in this useful article.
Building a wireless network is a great way to enjoy your internet connection on multiple devices throughout your home or working space. It's great having the world at your fingertips but at the same time utterly frustrating to struggle with slow or intermittent signal.
Thankfully there is an easy solution that uses something your house already has.
There’s nothing worse than your Wi-Fi connection dropping when you’re right in the middle of watching a movie or enjoying an intense online gaming session but there is something you can do about it.
Here we will discuss some of the causes for a dropped wireless connection as well as some solutions.