How will Santa know the wishes of children without having them sit on his lap at the local mall? How will moms teach their daughters their secret recipe for latkes? How will we express love and gratitude to our families and friends without being able to give overly-long-and-tight holiday hugs? This year, it seems there are more questions than answers as everyone struggles to find new ways to adjust in the “new normal”. While the holiday season may look different, here are some great ways to make it special and bring the traditional spirit of the holidays to life in 2020.
Topics: Mobile WiFi
Not all WiFi is created equal. If you are a remote worker, business traveler, or a student who travels internationally, you know the difference between good and bad Wifi connections. Some signals are weak. Some are hard to connect to. Public WiFi networks are even worse; they are slow, unreliable, and simply unsafe.
No public WiFi is as secure as the WiFi you can connect to at your home or office. Unless it's a known network with relatively few users, there is a good possibility that someone may be using the system in a criminal manner.
In today's modern age, especially 2020, we almost always need to be online! To keep your information safe when traveling anywhere off your home WiFi, keep these best practices in mind:
I’ve worked with lots of big budget agencies and directors with big budget egos. I’ve flown across the country, rented a TV-studio-sized room for a week, and filled it with grips, assistants, art directors, and wardrobe stylists.
While that experience taught me a lot (including that a “baby wrangler” is in fact a real job), I moved to WiFi-tech start-up Skyroam in 2018 and learned that great content could be created on a much smaller scale. Enter Sam Newton.
Mobile phones have revolutionized the way we work, communicate, and spend our free time. Phones are ideal tools for quick communication, e-banking, and a long list of other tasks.
Whether you travel the world for business trips, are a digital nomad looking for their next excursions, or simply work from home, you need to get online. Accessing the internet through hotel computers or cyber cafes wifi an option, but sending personal details and data over public Wi-Fi poses some serious risks.