Wired / Wireless Networking and Security for your Home or Business
Save money with a secure wireless network
A wireless network allows your computers to share photos, documents, programs, videos and other important items. A wireless network is one of the best ways to save money. We can install a centralized wireless printer so all your devices can print to the same printer. Wireless networks are perfect if you are interested in connecting laptop, desktop computers, tablets, Phones and want to avoid the messy set up of cables.
Networking Services / Installation
- LAN/WAN management
- VoIP Phone System
- Business domain server & workstation
- Home file and media server setup
- Point of sale
- File / Folder sharing
- Network backup server
- Network Printer
- Router/ VPN / Gaming configuration
- Verizon / Comcast Networking
- Wireless access point / Range extender
- Network Bridge Configuration
- Static IP management
- Sage / PeachTree
- GoldMine.... and many more.
Keeping Your Wireless Network Safe
Most home or office computer network have a router with wireless access. The distance a wireless signal can be
detected depends on the router’s signal strength and building material used in your house. Standard routers
usually provide a signal strong enough for anyone in your home or office. If you have a dead zone on the
patio or in the basement, you may need a wireless amplifier or sometime relocating the router toward
the center of the building will solve the problem. Here are some of the best practices about wireless security
and how to ensure a safe wireless connection.
Protect network access with strong password
Because wireless signals spread in all directions, it's possible for someone living next to you (or in a vehicle
near your office) to detect your wireless network. If your network doesn't have a password, anyone can access it. To improve wireless security, you’ll want to create a strong password that uses:
• At least eight characters.
• Letters (including capitals).
• Special symbols.
Don’t use anything easily guessed (phone numbers, birthdays or street address). Also if you live in an apartment building with many other resident, name your network something other than your last name to make it hard for your neighbors to find out which particular wireless signal is yours.
Wireless networks also have different levels of data encryption. Ideally, look for WPA 2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access version 2). If your router has only WPA version 1, use that. WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) was the first wireless security standard and, while better than nothing, is easily hacked.
Contact one of our certified computer professional to help you setup your wireless router and devises for maximum security.