Tag: Wireless networking

4
Dec

The END is near for Windows XP

Are you still hanging onto Windows XP? If your business is like many across the country, Windows XP desktop computers are still widely used by the majority of your staff. Windows XP is perhaps Microsoft’s greatest success story. This legendary …

13
Jul

Cisco plans upgrades of home WIFI networking routers

Following in the footsteps of Netgear and Buffalo Technology, Cisco’s Linksys home wireless networking routers have upgraded to 802.11ac equipment. The company has also enabled a cloud-based platform to facilitate configuration and control of its “Smart Wi-Fi Routers,” according to Network World. The new unit comes with two USB ports and four Gigabit Ethernet ports…

11
Jul

Woo-Hoo! Tim Hortons to Offer Free Wi-Fi

Co-working makes telecommuters feel less isolated, and working in coffee houses and restaurants provides them with comfortable places to work and be around humanity without having to stray too far from home. So, it’s probably safe to assume that news of Tim Hortons’ decision to start offering free Wi-Fi in approximately 90% of its restaurants…

8
Dec

Google’s Geolocation Service, something to be concerned about?

Not a big fan of Google’s geolocation service? You’re in for some good news then. Following a decision by the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) that the process is in violation of laws in the Netherlands, Google is letting network owners from around the world opt out of its geolocation mapping service, meaning you can…

29
Apr

4G Is Coming To Canada

4G is finally here. Though it will initially be available only in a few major Canadian cities, it will be available. With Telus officially announcing the rolling out of this technology starting in mid-2011, the prediction made by Deloitte’s Technology Media Telecommunications earlier this year appears to be coming true. The report had suggested that the adoption of 4G might

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