Prepare To Optimize Internet Usage When Picking A Satellite Internet Plan

When you move into a new home, one of the first things that you may investigate is Internet service because your family may rely on having one to use various devices. Some rural areas may not have access to cable or fiber-optic Internet service, but you may be able to get a satellite plan. Preparing to optimize Internet usage is a great way to avoid hitting monthly data caps. Browser Plugins [Read More]

Important Internet Factors For Online Gamers

Online gaming is probably the most accessible, data-filled way to understand how sensitive the internet can be. Since your gameplay at the very least relies on a connection--but often relies on a stable connection--anything but the most stable connection can lead to serious annoyance and a drive to know more. Here are a few internet factors that matter for gamers, along with troubleshooting scenarios to keep in mind. Understanding Speed And Internet Use [Read More]

Dropped Calls And Miscommunication: Tips For Improving A Voip Line

VoIP (voice-over-IP) technology is superior to traditional telecommunications technology in just about every way. But there are also some challenges; a telecommunications line really can't be altered in any way, which also means that it can't potentially be misconfigured. There are a few things you might want to check if your VoIP line isn't functioning as it should. Get a Separate Internet Service For some companies, you can run both your data (your computers and devices) and your voice (your phones) on the same line. [Read More]

The Great Debate: Megaservers Or Individual Shards For New MMORPG Games

Massive multiplayer online role-playing games have been an important fixture in the entertainment and gaming worlds for quite some time. From the earliest MUD (Multi-User Dungeon) games to today's indie multiplayer titles, server technology has grown in leaps and bounds to keep up with player needs. Today, most games make use of either megaservers or multiple individual servers, sometimes referred to as shards, to help balance fluctuating player demand. If you're still not sure what to choose for your upcoming title, you're not alone. [Read More]