For a lot of people, it’s hard to imagine present-day life without internet access. Currently, there are 287 million internet users in the United States, making it the third largest national internet market in the world. While a digital divide… (Continue Reading)
When most Baby Boomers or Gen Xers think about Snapchat, they probably imagine Millennials (and the younger set) taking thousands of selfies anytime, anywhere. It may seem like there’s not much more you can get out of the app –… (Continue Reading)
Wireless internet lets you watch or browse from anywhere…as long as your Wi-Fi network works well. Because Wi-Fi depends on radio waves from your wireless modem, anything that blocks or interferes with those waves could mean trouble for your connection.… (Continue Reading)
Last month’s WannaCry ransomware attack took the world by storm, making a lot of people want to cry. Reportedly the files on 200,000 computers across the globe were encrypted and held ransom until victims paid to restore them.
While that… (Continue Reading)
Archiving videos to newer media formats is not only becoming more popular but it is turning into a necessity for those who do not want to lose old videos.
It’s not just about still keeping a VHS player around (if… (Continue Reading)
DocuSign has acknowledged a breach of its customer and user e-mail addresses. As a result, the e-mail addresses are now the target of a malicious e-mail campaign.
TDS is encouraging customers to be cautious. If you receive an email from… (Continue Reading)
Ever wonder why you experience faster Internet speeds on your tablet in the living room, but a 30-foot walk into the kitchen means slower speeds? Many people blame their Internet connection when in reality it’s probably your Wi-Fi.
One factor… (Continue Reading)
by Mike Wanta
How often do you work from home? From the coffee shop? While waiting for your flight at the airport?
According to statistics, you’re probably doing it fairly often. I’ve certainly done my fair share of it —… (Continue Reading)
Dear TV Customers,
Sun outages are here. Twice a year, all television customers may experience some degree of television interference due to sun outages. This spring, the solar satellite interference will happen from Feb. 26-March 8, 8 a.m. to 3… (Continue Reading)
This week kick offs the IRS Tax Security Awareness Week. The goal is to educate taxpayers on steps they should do to protect themselves from identity theft and tax scams, as well as protect their valuable financial data in advance… (Continue Reading)