Tag: Cloud Computing

There’s Not Enough Canadian Internet Capacity for the Both of Us

The country’s Internet ‘backbone’ is so weak that everyday Internet transmissions often travel outside the country (where the infrastructure is more robust) – even when the data is sent from one location in this country to another.

by Lee Rickwood

Router showdown: Western Digital My Net N900 vs. Cisco Linksys EA4500

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s still early, but the router, long the utilitarian device that does its job in keeping us connected, while collecting dust in the process, may actually become something cool. Western Digital’s My Net N900 and Cisco’s Linksys EA4500 are both two of the best routers available on the market, but how do they stack up against each other?

How to stream your iTunes library to your iOS or Android device for free

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s arguably true that Apple’s iTunes software isn’t universally loved, but it is home to a lot of music for a lot of consumers. Moving a vast library to an iOS or Android device isn’t easy because of limited storage, but Audiogalaxy is a free app that lets you stream all your iTunes music at your convenience over LTE, 3G or Wi-Fi.

Backing up your computer’s data more than once is a must

By Ted Kritsonis

Imagine having all your digital snapshots of your family, your vacations, your experiences — essentially your life’s memories, all gone because you never bothered to back everything up. The feeling of loss, especially over something you could’ve completely avoided had you cared enough to bother trying, is coupled with shame because making sure that all your data is secured multiple times is not hard — and proves a worthy investment.