Protecting Your Wireless Technology Connections

Protecting Your Wireless Technology Connections

Wireless technology is a great way for businesses to access types of technology such as the Internet without having all these wires hanging about. Sometimes these wires can be a hazard especially in an office environment. To minimize these wires and lines that may be a problem, business owners can use wireless technology.

One of the greatest problems however, when using wireless technology, is that there are many people who try to use your products and services for free. This is through hacking into accounts and using wireless internet that may not be protected. Business owners can help prevent and minimize this from happening in a number of ways. You can learn more about your options to protect your computers, services and products here.

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| November 30th, 2010 | Posted in Privacy and Security |

3 Responses to “Protecting Your Wireless Technology Connections”

  1. scrap gold Says:

    How rare is gold? If you could gather together all the gold mined in recorded history, melt it down, and pour it into one giant cube, it would measure only about eighteen yards across! That�s all the gold owned by every government on earth, plus all the gold in private hands, all the gold in rings, necklaces, chains, and gold art. That�s all the gold used in tooth fillings, in electronics, in coins and bars. It�s everything that exists above ground now, or since man learned to extract the metal from the earth. All of it can fit into one block the size of a single house. It would weigh about 91,000 tons – less than the amount of steel made around the world in an hour. That�s rare.

  2. Ian Diego Says:

    Nice article.
    Lookup the online phone directory to know who is calling?

  3. starralex76 Says:

    Wireless technologies is so good, excepr internet. Why? Besause everyone can use YOUR i-net, and you could nothing to do with it

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