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June 4, 2024

Cybersecurity for Home: How to Protect Your Connected Devices

In the age of smart homes and IoT (Internet of Things), home cybersecurity has become more critical than ever.

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April 15, 2024

How to Set Up a Guest Wi-Fi in Your Home

In the era of connected homes and smart devices, setting up a guest Wi-Fi network is not just about providing internet access; it’s also about ensuring security and managing bandwidth efficiently.

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April 2, 2024

Wi-Fi Speeds: Mesh Networks vs. Extenders and Wired Connections

If you’ve experienced the frustration of logging into your Wi-Fi-connected device and not getting the speeds you expected, fret not: it’s pretty common and easily fixed.

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February 5, 2024

How Much Internet Speed Does a Smart Home Need?

As our homes get more connected with smart devices like doorbells, speakers, lights, and more, a recurring question pops up: How much internet bandwidth do I need to run a smart home?

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October 31, 2023

How to Check If Someone Is Stealing Your Wi-Fi

How do you check if someone is stealing your home Wi-Fi, and what steps can you take to secure your network so it can’t happen anymore?

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December 27, 2022

What Makes Good Internet Speed?

What makes good internet speed? What speed is acceptable? And how do we achieve it? Several factors determine how fast the internet works.

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March 29, 2022

Protect Your Wi-Fi Network and Passwords

Here are a few tips to keep your network secure from outside intruders.

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January 4, 2022

Take Control of Plume with HomePass App & Alexa

Plume HomePass app just got even easier thanks to Alexa.

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September 14, 2021

The Benefits of Streaming

Cable is quickly being replaced by streaming services that give subscribers even more options than ever imagined. How has streaming changed the viewer experience?

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July 20, 2021

Mesh vs. Wi-Fi Extender: What's the Difference?

What do you do when a single router isn't strong enough to provide a solid Wi-Fi signal throughout your home? In the old days, you had to move your router to a more central location. However, with the invention of Wi-Fi extenders, the centralized router became less of an issue for spreading signal around the house by simply extending the original signal to the far reaches.

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