With kids accessing the internet at an increasingly younger age, it becomes imperative that we teach children about the dangers existing online as well as ways to stay safe online.
The world has become a global village and traveling has become a regular part of life. Whether traveling for work or leisure, staying connected to the net is an essential part of every travel plan. It’s also essential that your internet-linked devices are safe from cyber threats while on the move. The chances of cybersecurity breaches increase as you travel since different countries vary in their cybersecurity laws.
The ongoing pandemic has kicked the life out of gear for most people and brought in a new norm. Almost everything ranging from work, education, socializing, shopping and payment of utility bills have now gone online. With these changes, cyber crimes in the cyber landscape have shot up multi-fold too. It’s estimated that around 4 lakh malware and 375 cyber attacks are occurring daily across the country. And this is aside from the voice-based frauds that people have been falling prey to.
Over the years, the internet has been unobtrusively taking over almost all aspects of our lives. Whatever was remaining unaffected has now been included due to the precautions taken during the COVID-19 pandemic. People now work from home, study online from home as well as socialize, shop and pay utility bills online from home. And for all these to function smoothly, a stable and high-speed broadband is needed.
The advent of fiber optics technology has revolutionized the way internet is being used, both in the office and at home. And with more and more people working, studying, and socializing online from home during the current pandemic, the need for a consistently stable, high-speed internet connection cannot be over-emphasized.
Aside from being the world’s second-most-populous country, India is also the world’s second-largest internet market. According to a study conducted by IAMAI in November 2019, there were 504 million active internet users in the country. What is even more interesting according to this study is that a greater percentage of these internet users live in rural areas. The report also found that women were a part of the surging numbers in rural areas.
There is nothing more frustrating than a faulty Wi-Fi connection to spoil your day; more so now when more and more people are working and studying from home. Take heart however as most wireless connection issues can be fixed from home without having to resort to calling your Internet Service Provider.
Broadband has become an integral part of daily life, holding significance for adults as well as children alike. And with the currently raging COVID-19 pandemic and people working and studying online from home, the importance of broadband internet cannot be more emphasized.
With the world moving online for most of their needs, a strong, reliable Wi-Fi router (also known as the modem) becomes crucial to hassle-free access to the internet—whether its on your smartphone, tablet, PC or TV. The current pandemic has forced most people to work from home, hence the need for a modem that can handle a number of devices simultaneously without affecting the overall internet performance, has become the need of the hour.
With the ongoing pandemic and people staying home, video calling has become the new norm—whether it is for work, study or socializing. A number of apps are also gaining popularity with the increased demand for live video calling. But for quality video chats, you need to learn a little about the importance of bandwidth, packet losses and ways to boost your Wi-Fi functionality. Scroll through the guide below to enjoy seamless video calling: