CBS reported on September 19, 2017:
For a fourth straight year, Bay Area traffic congestion has reached record levels in a study done by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
MTC Spokesman John Goodwin said the new report found that the average commute was 3 1/2 minutes longer than it was last year — a 10 percent jump from what it was in 2015 and 80 percent worse than in 2010.
“If you think traffic is getting worse — it is,” Goodwin said. “For the 4th straight year, the Bay Area has reached a new record for the amount of congestion endured by the typical commuter on a weekday.”
We see more and more people working from home full time, or part time. To be able to do that they need to have reliable WiFi at home. And these days it is also getting more and more difficult to have that. The reason is because with the type of WiFi Routers which are provided by the internet providers, are not really suited to provide WiFi in dense WiFi populated areas. Most people see at least 10 or 15 neighboring WiFi names when they want to connect to their own router. To make things worse, a lot of people contribute to the problem by setting up their own WiFi router to maximum broadcast strength. Another issue that we are seeing is that the latest standards are the fastest (and everyone want to use the fastest!) but the WiFi penetration is not as good. So the coverage is lower, and this results often in the need for repeaters. We see people having to switch WiFi network when they walk from one side of the house to the other side. This is especially true in larger houses and single story ranch style homes.
We at Lim IT Consulting, have solutions for these problems. You will have seamless WiFi coverage throughout your house, at the highest speeds that are currently available. Optionally, you can provide your guests with a secure guest network, from which they can only access the internet and can see nothing else. We can securely, remotely manage your network and make sure it has the latest security patches (you don’t want anyone to be able to snoop around on your computer)
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