By now, everyone is aware that COVID-19 caused an unprecedented increase in working from home, with about half of the American workforce still working remotely a year after the pandemic began. These conditions have made it easier than ever for hackers to successfully gather your information, with the FBI receiving almost twice as many reports of internet crime than in a typical year.
From work to school, shopping to entertainment, the online world has been constantly changing and developing for the past 20 years. As our lives become increasingly more digital, it can be easy to take tools and technologies that make this possible for granted. One of the most common troublespots in navigating our wireless world is WiFi. Next time your WiFi signal is causing you trouble, ask yourself these questions before you panic.
We will be taking a look forward to the future -2030 to be exact- to examine the potential impact of 5G internet on the way people absorb information. 5G is up to 100 times faster than 4G, and therefore can deliver the performance needed to connect society.
Many people complain about their internet being too slow, but do not know the reason behind it or how to fix it. While the FCC defines a broadband internet access speed of 25 Mbps as a minimum requirement, the truth is, there is not a single “good” one size fits all internet speed. It all depends on what you use the internet for, and how many devices will be using a single internet connection.