Multi-Factor Authentication: What Is It?

Multi-Factor Authentication: What Is It?

What does multi-factor authentication mean? Multi-factor authentication is an additional layer of security added to your login process. This ensures an unauthorized user is not able to login to your account. Two-factor authentication requires two pieces of...

An internet without net neutrality

Net neutrality was a Federal Communications Commission (or FCC) regulation that ensured all internet traffic would be treated equally.  This meant you could check your email, stream movies on Netflix, or shop on Amazon – and your internet service provider would...

How to Protect your Wi-Fi Hotspot

1. Enable WPA2 Encryption Many of the newer Wi-Fi Hotspots come with default security measures already on turn on. Usually the manufacturer enables WPA-PSK encryption, but the default encryption strength might be set to outdated standard, such as WEP encryption, to...

Wi-Fi Differences Between 2.4 and 5 GHz

With all of the emerging technologies over the past decade, Wi-Fi connections are now broadcasted on more than one frequency. The traditional 2.4 GHz band was the norm for decades, and is still used by many common household appliances such as microwaves, baby monitors...

5 Most Common Causes of Service Outages

Nobody likes to be without phone or internet services. We live in a fast-paced world that is highly reliant on technology. When we are suddenly without that technology, it can feel like we have ben thrust back into the dark ages! The same can be said for businesses....