Wireless hotspots are convenient, and with mobile devices such as the iPhone, Blackberry, iPod Touch, Android phones, the iPad and other wireless gadgets, its not just laptops connecting anymore.
With a free and unencrypted connection in a public space, its just as easy and convienient for someone else to monitor your internet traffic.
Here’s what you can do to secure yourself and your mobile device in a free public wireless hotspot.
Continue reading →
In the days where unlimited access doesn’t really mean you can download “all you can eat”, and Verizon and AT&T are at each other’s throats about 3G coverage, it pays to check up on your ISP to see if you really are getting what you’re paying for. There’s a few ways you can check on […] Continue reading →
With the rise of telecommuting, connecting to your workplace’s network requires a VPN connection. In most cases it means using the Cisco VPN client. Cisco has an OS X version of their client, but typical of a big company targeting the enterprise, they treat OS X like the forgotten stepchild and their client works horrendously. […] Continue reading →
Sometimes in the OS X world, we have to accept the fact that we’re treated like rotten stepchildren when it comes to corporate software. Either there just is no Mac version or if there is one, its half ass and doesn’t work anything like the Windows version that we’re used to. For Part IV of […] Continue reading →