From your phone to your smart TV, your virtual assistant to your streaming devices, your favorite video game system to your smart home devices, your home is filled with devices that make life easier. Unfortunately, these same items also open you up to security risks. With all of your Internet-connected devices, how do you keep your home safe? Here are a few cybersecurity tips and recommendations to ensure that your devices give you the entertainment and convenience you want and none of the risks you don’t.Continue reading “10 Cybersecurity Tips for Your Home”
Wi-Fi stands for wireless fidelity. Just like hi-fi or lo-fi. (Kids, ask your parents.)
But while the acronym stands for wireless fidelity, there’s no such thing as wireless fidelity. Confused yet?Continue reading “WiFi or Wi-Fi?” →
Wi-Fi is one of the first things you are eager to set up when you move into a new home. You need it to order pizza while your pots and pans are in boxes, distract the kids with a movie, or find a video that shows you how to build your new Swedish furniture when you can’t understand the instructions.
Whether you’ve just moved or you’ve called your place home for a while, you want to ensure that your home Wi-Fi is set up so everyone can use it everywhere in your house.Continue reading “Should you set up a mesh Wi-Fi network at home?” →
People are connected to the Internet much more than prior generations. According to a recent Pew Research Center survey on Internet usage from early 2021, 85% of Americans say they go online daily, and 31% of U.S. adults now go online “almost constantly.”
If you fall into the ‘almost constantly’ category, why not explore some new things you can try while surfing the web?
What are the things you have been enjoying on the Internet? If you are tired of scrolling through your social media feeds or getting sucked into mindless games, there are other things to make your time on the Internet more productive yet still entertaining. Here are ten things that will be well worth your time exploring online.Continue reading “10 Things to Explore While Surfing the Web” →
Sustainability is a hot topic during April, which is when Earth Day takes place. You might already bring canvas bags for grocery shopping, use reusable water bottles to stay hydrated, and re-purpose materials for craft projects. But, there is one more simple thing you can do – practice sustainability with your Home Internet!Continue reading “When you use the Internet, think Sustainably” →