Tri-band routers are the latest development in Internet connectivity, but despite all the hype, most people don't really understand the technology. If you're considering an upgrade to boost your speeds, here's a rundown of what you need to understand about these products. How They Work Your connected devices typically run on either 2.4GHz or 5GHz frequencies. If you have a single-band...

The arrival of the New Year is the perfect time to upgrade your home gaming system. Since it’s the peak of the shopping season, as well, it’s easy to find some bargain deals and get yourself a brand-new gaming machine. Moreover, gamers who spend a lot of time on the road could replace their home desktop with a brand-new...

Businesses today face an astounding number of cybersecurity risks. One major risk factor for businesses both big and small is the workforce itself. Millennials, especially, may pose a large security problem for organizations thanks to a combination of their attitudes towards technology security in general, and their habits when using technology both at home and in the workplace. A Low...

Cybersecurity is a major concern for private companies, individuals, and the federal government. Hearing about large hacks and security breaches on the news is almost commonplace today, but that doesn't make it any less frightening when it happens. Humanity is quickly reaching a point where a hack in the right place could compromise the safety of nations. To keep...

"Spooky action at a distance" is the way Einstein described quantum mechanics. This difficult and baffling aspect of physics may become the most secure way to transmit data in the future. Quantum scientists are uncovering ways to use quantum mechanics to create a more secure internet, but will it ever exist on a grand scale? The Concept of a Quantum...

Ransomware is not a new idea, but it’s a growing threat to all organizations. It’s a type of malware that prevents you from accessing your data until you pay a ransom. This is a big deal for businesses because sometimes the data that is locked up contains personal customer information or the data is critical to everyday operations. That’s...

Ask yourself how secure you think your technology is. Does your PC have virus software? Is the firewall enabled? Is your Internet connection wired or wireless? If you say "no" or "not sure" to any of these questions, you have a problem. Your information might be getting broadcast to any passing hacker who finds your data. While this isn't to...
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