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Saving Lives with Wi-Fi

Saving Lives with Wi-Fi

According to 2014 data from the United Nations, over a third (35.7%) of South Africans live in rural areas. Although they live outside of urban centres, this portion of the population still needs access to the same services as those…

Why You Need Wi-Fi in the Wild

Why You Need Wi-Fi in the Wild

Wi-Fi access has become an essential hospitality amenity for many travellers, no matter how wild the destination. Access to Wi-Fi influences traveller destination decisions and also provides guests with the opportunity to share their experiences online – free marketing for…

Using Technology to Feed the Nation

Using Technology to Feed the Nation

By the year 2050, the world’s farmers will have 9.8 billion people to feed. Simply put, traditional farming methods are not sufficient to feed a growing world population. In South Africa alone, floods, droughts and other phenomena linked to climate…

How to Make Money From Anywhere on Earth

How to Make Money From Anywhere on Earth

We live in a connected world. Things move fast, we’re linked with people around the world, and there are more opportunities in the working world than ever before. Many people wishing to escape today’s ‘daily grind’ have been enabled to…

Wi-Fi The Facts

Wi-Fi The Facts

Did you know: Wi-Fi uses radio waves. These waves transfer info from one electronic device to another.  This is how we connect without cables.  (So why do we need cables for the router?) Wi-Fi is very susceptible to electro-magnetic interference.…