For decades, homeowners and business owners alike relied on low-cost incandescent light bulbs to illuminate their properties. However, smart LED lighting has grown in popularity because they’re more energy-efficient and durable than the lightbulbs of years past. Say goodbye to standing up to turn your lights on or off, and say hello to controlling your lighting with your phone.
It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up businesses, both big and small, as well as consumer behavior on a scale we’ve never seen before. Both the public and private sectors are doing their best to stop the spread and contain infections. Although the full economic consequences of this pandemic are unclear, we know the devastating impact it can have on people, particularly those who are more vulnerable.
A few years ago, no one could have predicted being able to use our voice to do mundane tasks, such as turning our lights on and off. Today’s smart home systems can do a lot more than adjust your home’s temperature and keep track of your security system. Thanks to the internet of things (IOT), your smart home system can control nearly every aspect of your home.
Removing strangers from your Wi-Fi network is easy, but detecting them is hard. You may not even notice unauthorized users, such as your neighbor’s kid, who uses your internet to watch viral videos. Although you want to be nice and allow others to use your network, strangers who mooch off of it usually don’t have your best interests at heart.
Discover why it’s important to only allow trusted users to connect to your Wi-Fi.