Archive for the ‘WiFi Booster’ Category

How Reliable is Your Home and Office Wi-Fi?

If you go anywhere these days, you are exposed to Wi-Fi; whether it’s in an office, hotel, restaurant, store, or even an event venue, you can log into Wi-Fi nearly everywhere you go. Even though Wi-Fi is available in many places, it doesn’t necessarily mean the signal is strong enough keep everyone’s devices engaged constantly. The…

Schools Are Online – Is Your Home WiFi Ready to Handle The Bandwidth?

If you have a child in Chesterfield County Schools, it’s a good chance that they are one of the 14,000 middle school students that were outfitted with Google ChromeBooks last year. Yes, you heard that right. 14,000 young minds tapping into the interwebs. New Devices Equal Less Bandwidth Additionally, that’s 14,000 additional devices being plugged into your home Wi-Fi network….

The Best Ways to Enjoy Technology Outdoors

With Memorial Day this weekend, everyone is ready to get outside after a long, cold winter.  Here are some of our favorite activities we recommend for this summer and how you can incorporate technology with the great outdoors! Fun Outdoor Activities Family Movie Night – Move Family Movie night outside!  You can enjoy the evening…

Tidy Up Your Technology for Spring – RVA

With the arrival of Spring, it’s a perfect time to “tidy up your technology.” Does your television have unsightly cords that need to be hidden?  We can help by wall mounting your flat panel television, and programming a theater master controller to control all your devices so you won’t have to juggle multiple remotes!  How…

Surf the Waves and the Net

As vacationers find their way to the sand and sun of Hatteras this summer, they will be bringing their electronics and looking to hook up to your WiFi.  Is your house ready and capable of handling the signal?  Let us help increase your WiFi strength by adding access points around your house so they can…

What Interferes with WiFi?

1) Neighbors – Your neighbor’s WiFi networks can be one of the biggest problems.  Most WiFi networks operate on a 2.4 GHz band, which generates a lot of traffic that all use the same channel.  This creates a “traffic jam” effect with everyone trying to use the same crowded lanes. 2)  Household Electronics – Some…