Nerds On Site has worked with the City of Lethbridge for a couple of years now on planning and implementing a free, public WiFi network for shoppers, businesses and tourists in the downtown core of the city. In the past week, our team has worked with the City to install 3 new access points, further broadening the [...]
The Downtown Lethbridge free WiFi network has grown again, with a new wireless access point added in the city centre’s Galt Gardens, but the Centennial water park. City officials met with our team this morning and approved the expansion and our team has already completed the install! In the pas month, hundreds of tourists, business [...]
WiFi in a municipality opens the doors to many possibilities, especially if you wish to revitalize your downtown or a section of your city and make it more inviting to would-be visitors or residents.
Traveling is often a necessary part of being in business. ESET recently posted an article about the steps to take to protect your laptop and data when on the road. Here are their 11 tips. A couple more bonus tips can be found in the article.
Most routers released in recent years are at risk, due to a vulnerability discovered in the WPS feature, which makes it easy for people to connect their computers to the router without having to get very technical about it, but – it turns out – security was sacrificed for simplicity, as an attacker can gain full access to the network by using a brute force attack.
An estimated 75% of Canadians live within 100 miles of the border to our friends to the south, United States of America. This is why we often travel there for various reasons from business ventures to vacations or shopping and dining. Our Australian and South African clients are also frequent international travellers.
We are thrilled to be working with the folks over at London LAWN to bring free WiFi to downtown London, Ontario. Local businesses are working together to make downtown London a WiFi enabled area, and here is an article from their perspective.
This week, we launched NerdSpotting.com, which is a fun (and free!) iPhone app (direct link to App Store) that lets anyone instantly take a photo of a Nerd from Nerds On Site, of their NerdMobile, or both! It’s a cool way to show that we have Nerds helping business owners with their technology around the world!
Thousands of people will be downloading iOS5 today and excitedly activating the iCloud features, especially the iCloud Backup feature, which everyone should enable!
However, what many will experience is that their entire office or home Internet connection will slow to a crawl and that is very frustrating.