I'm a Network and Application Performance Specialist, and have worked for some of the best software companies in the world.
I have over 20 years in Information Technology & Networking.
Lots of hard work, study and real-world experience. I've had some formal training along the way but most of my knowledge is from working in the field, not the classroom.
I like how technology can be used to benefit the needs of a business.
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There is nothing you can do to "fix" poor Internet at a hotel. Assuming you have a decent 4G LTE connection, you could your phone as a hotspot. It's a write-off, so since you have an online business
Hi John, I think I do "get" what you are looking for. I'm not a PC Video expert - this is more of a networking section. PC video does not travel well over distance. Even given my limited experience
Hi Pranjal, For this to work, you typically need a public IP associated with your router (house), and not the community. Here's a test: 1. Setup logging in your router (inbound and outbound)
I'm not familiar with Iobit malware. I've used Malwarebytes for years and it's just excellent. I simply run it now and again when I need to but don't leave it running, as I don't wish it to be consuming
Thank you for providing a good amount of information - this is very helpful. Since the issue is only occurring on the Sony laptop and NOT any other device, I agree with your ISP. The first thing we
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