A little over a year ago I took over as CEO at 702 Communications. My first three months were a whirlwind. There were ups and downs, sure, but the days just flew by. 2020 was going to be a big growth year, pushing the sales staff, pushing the company to provide the best customer service possible, and then COVID hit.
COVID is still a real problem in our communities and, whether our concern is for ourselves or others, it’s still in our best interest to limit our in-person interactions. Let’s talk about a technology that’s been out there for years but you probably haven’t used: virtual doctor visits.
Whether we’re distance learning or remote working, we’re spending a lot of time with videoconference apps these days. And, while we’re all used to mediocre-quality video and sound, there are options to make our videoconferences just a little more professional.
By this point, most of us have had at least one experience with a device running out of storage. Though our phones and computers have ever-increasing storage capacity, it seems like they just keep filling up. How can you stop the cycle?
Those of us fortunate enough to have dedicated IT staffs don’t have to think too much about backups, computer updates and anti-virus scans. But these upkeep basics don’t have to be out of the everyday home user’s reach. Here are a couple suggestions to keep your computer running smoothly and your data safe.
3G 4G 5G – What’s the difference? If you feel like the wireless carriers are constantly rolling out new campaigns to tout the best, greatest, fastest, most-reliable new networks, it’s because they are constantly changing the way they do business.
There are lots of ways for hackers to find their way into our computers and our accounts. The software and apps we use are in a constant state of change. Sometimes opportunities arise for a hacker to exploit a change and access your computer.
Modern Wi-Fi routers generally do a great job of extending the signal to all rooms and all corners of your home. But sometimes there’s room for improvement. We’re going to talk today about two options for extending internet connectivity inside your home.