Category Archives: Wi-Fi

Web-Surfing Adults More Infection-Prone Than Teens

The more time you're online, the more likely you're going to be hit with a malware attack, right? Not necessarily. It turns out age may be more of a clue to vulnerability than Net exposure. Even though 50-to-64 year olds spend a lot less time connected than teens, they're way more likely to get hit.…
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Mythbusting: The 10 most common wrong ideas about Wi-Fi for carriers Sep  2014 I’ve talked to many mobile carriers about Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi offload over the past couple of years. Every time I come across nearly the same set of objections. But are they real or imagined? I guess I don’t have to tell you…
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“Contended and Un-contended”

“Contended and Un-contended” I have been thinking of simple ways to explain certain “terms” in our business: Starting with “Contended” and “Uncontended” A simple way of explaining this is: Attach a hosepipe to a tap and fill a bucket with water, it may take 1 minute – UNCONTENDED Now attach a pipe with 4 extensions…
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