If you have two or more PCs and perhaps a laptop, it can make sense to have a small home network to share the internet, files and printers and for your children to play games with each other.
We specialise in home networking and offer a complete advice service. If you choose this option we will supply, install and configure your home network. Some of the options you may want to consider include:
Wireless - this is very popular and flexible, but is it right for you? If you choose a wireless network you need to make sure that settings are configured correctly and you must consider issues of security.
Wired - running network cabling around your house is reliable, cheap and secure. You may need to think about changing or adding to the network over time and this can be easily achieved.
Network over power - this is a good alternative to cabling your house, and you can take it with you if you move. It provides the same benifts as wired networking but uses your existing electricity wiring to transmit data.
Routers - these are often the most important part of your network but are easily overlooked. Getting the right one can be hard and once you've obtained one it must be configured correctly.
Security - this is vital to protect your files and family from the dangers of the internet. We will show you some steps to help you to stop most intruders and protect your network.