Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Local Network Security

Most of the news stories recently about computer security relates to Internet hacking, but there is generally a root cause of all hacking, and it often comes from internal network policies.  There are many elements involved with keeping your data secure, including: preventing social engineering, local security requirements, and user training.  Some of the steps required to provide good network Continue Reading...
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What is broadband?

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proposing major changes to Internet services.  One of these changes is the definition of “Broadband”.  For the last several years, that benchmark has been 4 megabits a second (4mb/s) download and 1mb/s upload.  The chairman has proposed the to be changed to 25mb/s download and 3mb/s upload. Although a definition does not change anything Continue Reading...