Business wireless networks require more security than the average home network. If your business uses WiFi, you may be more vulnerable than you think.
Data protection and recovery continues to be an important factor in the viability of businesses of every size. Recently, we announced our partnership with Datto and introduced the Datto Alto, designed for small business. Some businesses, however, may have small staffs but generate an enormous amount of data. How does such a business protect its data without a dedicated in-house IT staff? Datto has a solution for these companies: Datto Siris.
HCADA asked Lieberman Technologies to bring an outdoor, public WiFi network to the Arts District. With our three access-point setup, signals in the fountain area allow thousands of visitors, as well as neighborhood residents, to connect to the public WiFi network – for free.
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If you’re one of the lucky ones using a wireless network to work from home, you know the particular joys of drafting a major presentation from the comfort of your own couch. But while wireless networking makes time spent online a little more enjoyable, it can also open up a host of issues if your home network isn’t properly secured. Even if you only
Wi-Fi networking is common in today’s business environment, allowing for greater flexibility in establishing workstations and giving guests access to the Internet while on the office premises. Because of the broadcasted nature of the Wi-Fi signal, however, it’s essential to secure your Wi-Fi network. Just as an unsecured Wi-Fi network is one that is susceptible to hacking, a Wi-Fi that isn’t properly secured leaves
What is a Firewall? In business, network security’s first line of defense is the firewall. The term “firewall” suggests a powerful, effective means of preventing unwanted intrusion. In fact, the most oft-used image to illustrate a firewall is that of a brick wall standing between a computer and a globe, representing the Internet. This image of strength, however, is only as accurate