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Archive for July, 2010

A Satellite Internet Plan Or A Mobile Internet Plan – Which Is Better?

by on Jul.30, 2010, under Broadband Internet

If you live in an area that doesn’t have cable internet or DSL, you don’t have many options if you want high speed internet. You can make the switch to a satellite internet plan, or go with a mobile internet plan. Find out which is the better option.


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Finding Internet Service Providers by Zip Code

by on Jul.30, 2010, under Broadband Internet

Probably the best way to find out about local internet providers is to search internet service providers by zip code. That’s what I found out when I was moving. It can be really difficult to sift through all the advertising hype. Many providers may have service in your state or city, but not all the same plans throughout the entire service area. So searching by zip code helped me to find out precisely what was available to me.


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Australian National Broadband Network & Alarm Systems

by on Jul.30, 2010, under Broadband Internet

In June 2010, NBN Co and Telstra announced that they had entered into an agreement on the rollout of the National Broadband Network. This article explains how this affects owners of monitored security systems.


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Searching For Quality Internet Providers by Zip Code

by on Jul.29, 2010, under Broadband Internet

When you’re searching for the right internet service provider, you come across a lot of information designed to sell you the service. It can be very confusing to sift through all the hype, only to find that the service you want is not available in your area. This is why searching online for internet providers by zip code is the easiest and fastest way to find out more about what is available where you live.


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Disable Wireless When Connected to LAN

by on Jul.29, 2010, under Broadband Internet

Wireless today has become a standard interface in every laptop and most organizations provide unsecure wireless connection to public networks like the internet. However, when a company employee is using a laptop for connecting to the organization LAN the WiFi adapter of the laptop will automatically try to connect to the nearest wireless Access Point which will be connected the organization unsecured wireless network.


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