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Articles in Category: Home Network Setup

3 Ways to Upgrade Your Home’s Wireless Internet Signal

Boost Your Home Network Setup To Get The Best Service (Even Outside!)

3 Ways to Upgrade Your Home’s Wireless Internet Signal

Your wireless network is under more pressure than you might think. Your computers are connected to Wi-Fi, but so are all your smartphones and tablets. Your smart TV is online, your video game consoles are online, even your thermostat is online.

This creates significant stress on your Wi-Fi, especially when everyone in your house is using it at once. And given how much of your routine involves using the internet, it's likely that online activity is continually happening.

You need a home network setup that can handle the needs of your family, and there are various ways to strengthen your wireless signal so everyone can do what they need to without dealing with internet lag. Read on to learn how you can make sure your Wi-Fi reaches everywhere in your Ogunquit home, including tricky outdoor spaces.

Is Your Home Office Set Up for Success?

Improve Your Productivity with a Proper Home Network Setup

Is Your Home Office Set Up for Success?

Your home office is a place to get work done. Whether you use it to work on personal projects, manage your day-to-day, or work remotely, it should be the area where you can zone in on your work without interruption.

But sometimes interruption can come in the form of a faulty internet connection, making a home network setup all the more necessary. Set up your Portland, ME home network the right way to prevent frustrating issues that can get in the way of your work.

In this blog, we will look at some of the ways you might use your home office, and how that can be affected by your network connectivity.