Our friends at Drive Savers have successfully recovered lost data from hard drives and other devices for our clients over the years. At times, their brilliant engineers and techs have been successful when we doubted that any data could be recovered. We're starting to see more iPhones and iPads coming in with data recovery issues. This article, written by Drive Savers director of engineering, Mike Cobb discusses the one absolute key to successful data recovery from these devices.
When you buy a wireless router it is not secure and its default configuration will allow unwanted users that are in the vicinity of your router to connect to the internet and “steal” your wireless router internet connection. They could also gain access to your PC or network and steal files and folders of data. Manufacturers leave the configuration “open” so that the user can easily set up the router and get it up and running quickly. However, there is a risk if the router is not secure.
We don't often discuss in detail an underlying technology that make systems work. However here's one that is worth further explanation. Today, with wireless devices becoming ubiquitous in our everyday lives, it's becoming more important to install WiFi systems that work properly and efficiently in our businesses and organizations. Our friends at Ruckus Wireless have developed a WiFi antenna technology that can literally make the difference between a good and terrible WiFi experience.
We've installed Ruckus wireless access points at a number of clients where WiFi signals have been marginal and the results have been quite amazing. One of the keys is what Ruckus calls BeamFlex and BeamFlex+. We know that the discussion is a bit on the technical side, but it can be extremely valuable in the right situations. Here's a primer as to how it works.
The Smart Wi-Fi Antenna Technology That Steers Signals to High-Quality Paths.
Technology is supposed to make life easier—which makes it that much more of a headache when it doesn’t work.