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The Downtown Lethbridge Free WiFi Zone Has Expanded Again!

The well-used Downtown Lethbridge Free Wifi zone has grown again, with two new access points being added!  Yesterday, our team, working with the City of Lethbridge, added a new access point to the corner of 3rd Ave and 8th St. South, as well as one on the corner of 4th Ave and 5th St. South. […]

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Looking for Free Public WiFi in Southern Alberta? Check Out Our Alberta SouthWest Project!

Mar 14, 2013
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Our Southern Alberta Nerds have been working on a project with Alberta SouthWest. We are now in the process of adding 16 more Meraki radios for new area deployments in South West Alberta.

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Tired of Telling Guests Your WiFi Password? Use a QR Code Instead!

Jan 7, 2013
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We have all found ourselves asking our friends and family, and even businesses, what their WiFi password is. Sometimes it’s really simple (which defeats the purpose), and it’s no hassle at all (for us, or those who want unauthorized access), other times, it’s a pain. The Next Web has a very cool article on how […]

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Free WiFi in the Park Place Shopping Centre

Nov 22, 2012
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Southern Alberta is starting to see a lot of free public WiFi projects sprout, and the Nerds On Site team is proud to be part of these projects!  Today the Park Place Mall in Lethbridge went live with the first phase of their free WiFi system, and it’s just in time for the busy holiday […]

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City of Lethbridge WiFi Network Continuing to Grow

Nov 16, 2012
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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 […]

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David Everitt's Tech Tip of the Week 2 – Securing Your Business WiFi Network

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0eatP3-UFc[/youtube] David Everitt (a Nerd in Port Huron, Michigan) describes the security risks of wireless networks and why it’s important to separate your Guest Network from your Business WiFi Network. This video is an clip from the full episode of the Jim Relken Show on EBW.TV. More episodes can also be found there! We look […]

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Beware of Hotspot WiFi privacy and security risks

As is common for many Canadians, I frequent Tim Horton’s for coffee and meetings. Recently, they’ve started offering free WiFi at many of their locations which is obviously very attractive for business as well as travelers, especially tourists who want to avoid roaming charges on their smartphones. However, as you can tell by these screenshots, […]

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Want to Give Your Customers Free Secure WiFi Separate From Your Business?

Sep 28, 2012
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Do you offer free wireless internet to your customers? Do they use the same router and network as your business, causing it to be slow during peak hours or all the time? We can help!

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Every Yacht needs WiFi – just like Bluenose II

Jul 17, 2012
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Of course our team is proud (Mauricio D and Jonathan L from Nova Scotia) to have installed WiFi on this gorgeous yacht – the Bluenose II And we thank our client, of course, for the business! Update/Clarification from Mauricio: The Wifi installed at the Bluenose site is not actually inside the Bluenose. The WiFi installed […]

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Lethbridge Free WiFi Network Grows Again

Jun 14, 2012
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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 […]

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