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11 of the Most Common Tech Terms You Need to Know
February 9, 2020 Expert Tips, Uncategorized avispmail

Technology is part of our everyday lives, and that isn’t going to change. With the technological devices comes a whole new vocabulary. Some of the phrases are clear and obvious; others are not. Let’s breakdown the most often used phrases and their meanings. This knowledge empowers you to know what your kids and grandkids are

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5 Ways to Increase Your Internet Speed [Expert Advice from an ISP]
January 26, 2020 Expert Tips, Uncategorized avispmail

Who doesn’t want more out of their internet? Everything we do is internet-driven, so squeezing every drop of speed out of our connection makes sense. Below are 5 ways to increase your internet speed. We know what we’re talking about; we’ve provided internet services for the past 18 years. Our knowledge and expertise will help

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Networking’s Most Important Tool – Wi-Fi [Expert Advice from an ISP]
February 12, 2018 Expert Tips, Uncategorized avispmail

Networking’s most important tool is Wi-Fi. Being in the internet business, we receive a lot of questions about the terms and phrases used in our industry. Terms like Wi-Fi ®, wireless networks, wireless extenders, internet, even ISP confuse many people. Along with these questions, are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings about their meanings and

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FBI Investigating String of Attacks on CA Backbone
July 1, 2015 Network Status avispmail

According to this USA Today video, the FBI is investigating a string of attacks on California backbone. The backbone is the infrastructure for all internet services. USA Today reports there have been at least 11 attacks on Bay Area backbone connections; including the suspected attack yesterday in San Francisco. Attackers have managed to gain access

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Pole Replacement
May 5, 2015 Network Status, Uncategorized avispmail

The pole replacement at our main location is going well.  The PG&E crew continues to replace the pole without disruption to the fiber optic connection.  The generator is operating at full capacity, powering the ISP equipment.  This crew is amazing! Here are some photos of the PG&E crew raising the new pole into place.  

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