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Why Is Wireless Technology Is Taking Over How We Live ?
by: Robert Michael


Wireless Internet technology, also known as WiFi, is really taking over the way people access the Internet and it has become widely popular in a very short time. The reason for this is it allows individuals to access the Internet via a network hot spot without the use of cables or wires. The signal is simply transferred through radio signals, which makes connecting to the Internet via your computer in different locations very easy.

Since wireless technology makes connecting to the Internet as simple as possible, many businesses, universities, hotels, cafes, schools, airports and homes are realizing the importance of offering easy Internet connections to both students and professionals. Generally, hotspots are offered to patrons at a reasonable hourly rate or either free, depending on where the hot spot is and who the target market is.

The one disadvantage these businesses have that install wireless networks is that any user in the area of the network can log on. For those offering free service this is not big deal, but for those charging for Internet it is. There are, however, security precautions that can eliminate unauthorized users that include a virtual private network and Internet Protocol Security.

The hot spots are really catching on worldwide, so if you are traveling or even just in your city, you will notice many areas that say hot spot or Internet zone. Cafes and bookstores as well as hotels and airports are some of the more popular areas that you will see on a regular basis with hot spots. However, more and more locations are noticing the need for this service and offering it.

If wireless Internet is something you really enjoy in the real world, then you can also have it in your own private home or business. It makes working or surfing the web significantly easier for all the Internet users because you can work wherever you need or want without the hassle of a lot of wires and cables. So, if you want wireless Internet go ahead and have it installed or install it yourself because it is really effortless and takes little time.

There is some equipment you will need to get started, of which you can buy yourself or pay a technician for all of the equipment and the service of installing the wireless Internet. Basically, you need to have a high speed Internet service, a router, and then each computer that will access the network needs a wireless Internet card if you did not buy it WiFi ready.

If you want to install wireless yourself you should simply buy the recommended materials and then follow the directions. There is a lot of help online that will guide you through the process. However, if you don't feel like dealing with the headache then simply hire a technician to handle the whole process for you.

Finally, when you have wireless Internet installed in your home or office, remember that you should take some precautions to prevent your neighbors or other unauthorized users from stealing your Internet. A virtual private network or Internet Protocol Security will secure your network and allow only authorized users to connect.
 

About The Author

Robert Michael is a writer for Dvdn Wireless which is an excellent place to find wireless links, resources and articles. For more information go to: http://www.dvdnwireless.com
 

This article was posted on October 05, 2006

 

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