Posts Tagged: WiFi

Are You Ready for Winter Festival Season?

Are You Ready for Winter Festival Season?

November 27, 2018

Winter festival season is just around the corner – is your small business ready? Winter festivals are popular and heavily attended by diverse groups of people, including families, millennials, Gen X, and older baby boomers. If you rely on vendor booth sales at events, make the most of these opportunities to capture the attention of […]

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Need Help Setting Up Your Temporary Tax Office?

Need Help Setting Up Your Temporary Tax Office?

November 6, 2018

Tax season is just around the corner – is your accounting business ready? If you’re increasing staff levels or opening a temporary office to serve clients in other locations, you will need additional office equipment to help meet the increased demand from clients. From desktop computers and WiFi hotspots to fax machines and printers, outfitting […]

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How To Use Windows 10’s New WiFi Sense Feature

How To Use Windows 10’s New WiFi Sense Feature

October 23, 2015

Windows 10 comes with a whole host of new features, one of which being the WiFi Sense feature. WiFi Sense was designed to make it a lot easier for you to share network credentials without giving out your WiFi password. While some people may not like it, it can be a convenient way to pass […]

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Cradlepoint Wireless Network Solutions For Killer Events!

Cradlepoint Wireless Network Solutions For Killer Events!

September 2, 2015

With the recent FCC ruling declaring convention centers can’t block WiFi access, we are seeing an increase in WiFi router usage in the business world. One of the more popular wireless internet devices that business professionals are using is the MBR95 from Cadlepoint. The MBR95 is a 3G/4G/LTE wireless router that supports most wireless data […]

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Google’s New OnHub WiFi Router Designed For Smart-Homes

Google’s New OnHub WiFi Router Designed For Smart-Homes

August 31, 2015

For years now Google has been trying to re-imagine our household products. From thermostats and TVs to smoke alarms and even speakers, Google has tried it all. Well, now it seems that the company is going to try and change another one of the things a lot of us use every day, WiFi routers. That’s […]

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FCC Finally Declares Convention Centers Can’t Block WiFi Access

FCC Finally Declares Convention Centers Can’t Block WiFi Access

August 18, 2015

Public WiFi to some seems like it should be a basic human right, like air, water, or the ability to eat as many Oreos as I want, especially if the Oreos are mine, or  more to the point.. if the WiFi is mine! Unfortunately, until now, public WiFi wasn’t an option everywhere even if you […]

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