More Home Devices Demand More of Your Network
TAGS: home automation | smart home automation | wireless networking
There are now more home systems and devices that can be connected to the internet than at any other time. If you have already begun to automate your home system, you know you need a robust network to handle it all.
And nowadays, at the same time when more of our household is being integrated into our home network system, we find that a lot of us our suddenly working from home as well as our kids having virtual classes from home.
Needless to say, all of this extra internet use is probably going to require something extra, and that’s where Wi-Fi 6 can help. Our clients in Park City, UT, are discovering that their home networks need the kind of information output that Wi-Fi 6 can provide.
Surefire Steps to Improve Your Home’s Internet Connection
TAGS: Home Automation | Home Network | Wireless Networking
Laptops and computers are busy with remote work and schooling. The smart TV streams Netflix while speakers pulse with playlists from Spotify, Apple Music, or Pandora. Your smart lights and security devices are connected to Wi-Fi, too; not to mention, everyone’s smartphones are online. That’s a lot of traffic heading towards your router. Can your home network handle it all?
We often complain that our network connection suffers because of our internet service provider. But maybe you need an upgraded and expanded system. If your home in or near Park City, UT, experiences subpar home networking, discover how it can be fixed below.
Let the Music and Home Entertainment Take You Places
TAGS: Multi-Room Audio | Smart Home Automation | Wireless Networking
During the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s easy to feel like you are being “confined to your house.” While it’s important to consider social distancing, you can still enjoy yourself. Don’t think of it as confinement. Enjoy your home in Park City, UT, as you soak up the endless benefits of whole-home audio, newly discovered playlists, and streaming services that are yet to be experienced.
Looking for ways to make the most of your at-home time? Keep reading to discover the many advantages of having a home theater and whole-house audio systems.
Cord-cutting has gotten simpler in recent years, but it means a strong home wireless network is more important than ever
TAGS: Smart Home Automation | Wireless Networking
If you’re like most people in America, you can’t stand your cable company. Cable providers like Comcast and Time Warner Cable are some of the most loathed companies in the country, and generally for good reason. In many cases, customer service is abysmal, prices are high with no competition, and you’re not even guaranteed to get the network speeds you’re paying for.
Thankfully, it’s easier than ever to ditch your cable by “cord-cutting.” Streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, along with digital TV providers like Sling that don’t use the usual cable TV infrastructure, can provide endless hours of entertainment, often at a significantly lower price than cable.
This does not mean, however, that cutting the cord is always easy. If you’re relying on the Internet for your entertainment, you need a network that can handle all the data you’ll be streaming around your home. This is particularly true of your home wireless network, and today we’ll look at both the opportunities and challenges of cord-cutting if you live in Utah’s Park City region.