How to Optimize Your Bandwidth










The broadband internet industry brings extraordinary opportunities to businesses and individuals. It’s created a multitude of jobs, connected countries, and contributed around $1 trillion to the U.S. economy. With its exponential growth over the past decades, this industry has been able to improve its services, including bandwidth capabilities.

However, bottlenecks do still occur thanks to the estimated 22 percent internet growth per year. Bottlenecks are also due to ever-increasing mobile phone usage, the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), unoptimized data and data flows, and an infrastructure that’s continually being updated to keep up with evolving technology and consumer demands.

There are simple ways you can optimize your bandwidth at home to help alleviate some of those bottlenecks.

Thursday, March 22, 2018/Author: Anonym/Number of views (123803)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Home Internet

Tech Predictions for 2018

A few big, long-expected trends emerged in 2017; namely, the ubiquity of machine learning in the ecommerce shopping experience and the increasingly widespread use of voice-controlled home automation devices. These highly personalized experiences leverage the power of big data, a trend that’s expected to continue in a wide variety of new applications, gadgets, software, and cloud-based technology in the upcoming year.

Read more for what to watch for.

Thursday, January 11, 2018/Author: Julie Foster - MarCom/Number of views (4735)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Home Internet

How to Control Web Cookies and Boost Online Privacy

Privacy experts have been talking about web cookies—and how managing them can help boost your online privacy—for a decade or so. But how much do you really know about web cookies and how they affect your online privacy? Are they more trouble than they’re worth? Do they offer anything valuable?

Don’t jump in and start deleting every cookie in your web browser history just yet. First, let’s dig a little deeper into what web cookies are, what they do, and what you need to know about them. 

What are web cookies and what do they do?

Monday, December 18, 2017/Author: Julie Foster - MarCom/Number of views (5804)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Home Internet

Where are 95% of the population shopping this year?











Amazon is taking over the online shopping world! Sound like a broken record? This may not exactly be new news, but the scale of it might surprise you. Did you know that almost 50% of all online purchases start on Amazon? This may come as a shock, but what may be more baffling is the fact that only 34% of retailers sell goods through their own websites (source). In this day and age, one would imagine, it’s hard to start a business without a website, let alone make a profit without one. 

Where do American's shop?

Tuesday, October 24, 2017/Author: Anonym/Number of views (2901)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Home Internet

What's the difference between Wi-Fi and the Internet?

You likely use the terms Wi-Fi and Internet interchangeably to mean access to the Internet. But, let’s be clear: Wi-Fi and the Internet are two completely different things. Let’s break it down by putting it in the simplest terms possible.

Think of the Internet as that amorphous “cloud” where the cat videos live. Wi-Fi is how those videos get from the cloud to your device, be it a laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

Still not simple enough? Let’s take the tech out of the equation.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017/Author: Anonym/Number of views (39555)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Home Internet

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