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Future of Online Shopping


When was the last time you bought something online or had it shipped to your house?

Probably recently, given the current circumstances. Many of you might be shopping online with the possibility that a package from an online outlet must be waiting at your front door as you read this post. This Pandemic has changed the way customers shop for apparel, decorative items, groceries, electronics, and even automobiles. These days, if you don’t have an online presence customers will assume you don’t exist. Many businesses have shut their stores as there is a sharp decline in the conventional shopping method. This pandemic brings in the new reality of making your presence online. The ubiquity of internet access has made it easy for businesses to sell their products and services online without any geographic limitations. It’s estimated that India’s E-Commerce market will grow to 76 billion dollars by 2021. Brands/businesses are realizing that it’s simply cheaper, more convenient, and faster for both the business and the consumer to exchange value online. All of these demands are driving changes in the online marketplace.

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Why your next Wi-Fi setup should be a MESH NETWORK


Everything from your watch to your refrigerator requires a Wi-Fi connection and you expect a standalone router to do just fine? Smart gadgets like speakers, TVs, bathroom scales, are all scattered throughout your homes and your Wi-Fi dead zones are just not dying! Frustrating? We feel you! You must have tried placing multiple routers or Wi-Fi extenders but are they good enough to deal with the growing demands of smart homes?

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De-Stress Your Digital Life with These Tips


Now that the pandemic has moved all your lives online are you aware of the threats to your devices? If you do, how do you plan to keep them secure? Our devices have become an extension of ourselves and it wouldn’t be wrong if they demand our little attention and care.
A lot of us take cybersecurity for granted but it needs to change, as cyber threats post COVID continue to evolve. It’s high time you establish solid digital hygiene practices which should be a routine just as brushing your teeth.
Starting with the basic yet most taken for granted advice,

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The Intelligent Investor: Stocks?


The internet has a profound impact on everything we do today. It has made things easy and accessible beyond our imagination. One of these things is investing. There’s no question that internet has been hugely beneficial for investing.

One of the biggest benefits the internet has provided for investing is perhaps the wide availability of information. Prior internet, investors had to get information from local libraries by reading finance literature and researching about companies and securities (stocks) or by directly contacting the companies for their latest financial reports, which was a very costly and time-consuming process.

Yes, not everyone could just simply trade in stocks. It demanded some really good efforts, money and time. But today it’s just a matter of few clicks!

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Digital Hygiene, as important as Physical Hygiene amid Pandemic?


Can you expect yourself to be free from any infection and disease, smell good and feel healthy even after not taking a bath for months? No, right? Then how do you expect your devices to be free from virus and malware practices when you don’t regularly clean them?

COVID 19 has made hygiene your top priority but it shouldn’t be limited to just cleaning your hands and homes regularly but also your devices. It’s hard to find a sphere of human activity which is untouched by the coronavirus pandemic. Lockdown has made you spend hours glued to your devices as everything from work to entertainment happens online. Hence, COVID 19 is just not a threat to our real lives but also our digital lives.

Digital hygiene is everything from organizing files to limiting screen time to installing new apps to make digital life secure and easier. As more and more of our lives move online, it requires grooming just like your homes. It’s high time to clean up and maintain your digital world.

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Tips to make extra money at home (and how your internet plan will help)


Tips to make extra money at home:

During the lockdown, I guess we all have asked ourselves the following question: “What can I do to make this day less boring?” Well, what if I said that there are several things you can do, that will help you earn some cash?
In this crippling economy, we all could use some extra cash in hand.
All you have to do is use your internet to try and figure out what works the best for you, whether you learn a new course online and then use that knowledge where it matters, or you find a good, well-paying job for yourself where you enjoy what you do while earning some extra money.
There are a number of ways in which you can earn a decent amount of cash, that will help you grow your career, or just help you earn some extra cash that you can use while staying at home.

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Is Fiber Optic Network Costlier Than Wireless? (Know the Truth)


The most popular notion – FTTH is too expensive compared to the alternatives. Some say wireless can also do the job just as well. Is it really true?

Well, it won’t be wrong to say that cables need to buried in the ground, the initial cost is high but is the initial cost the only cost you bear while purchasing an internet connection?

This blog will talk about how this notion is a paradoxical perception which suffers from a few major flaws and will bust some of your myths.

Other broadband solutions like digital subscriber lines (DSLs) and hybrid fiber/coax (HFC), copper wires simply don’t support current and emerging services in the same comprehensive manner as fiber does as it transfers data at the lightning speed, reliably and securely. It is totally capable of meeting the demands of the future with also being cost-effective in the following ways:

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The global pandemic has made the nation realize the importance of self-reliance. On every possible platform, the PM has spoken and urged the people to help the nation become self-reliant.

The sad but harsh reality is that India still faces connectivity challenges. Till date, some parts of the nation do not have access to a reliable and fast internet connection.

Union territories like Andaman and Nicobar island, Lakshadweep, and neighboring islands still suffer from abysmal internet and poor digital services.

But today, the nation has a reason to celebrate because a long struggle has come to an end.

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Why is FTTH the future of internet?


Who doesn’t want to send and receive data in the blink of an eye? Who is ever happy to see the spinning circle on their screens? How do you think the ISPs plan to satisfy their customers?

Media is becoming richer and more interactive in an effort to increase engagement (on demand videos, music, games, anywhere, anytime). There’s a huge rise in consumption of new media like Netflix, Prime, online news portals, etc. People want to download high quality videos and pictures without any disruption.

Businesses cannot bear a lag in the connection even for a second as they are making and losing money in a jiffy.

Cities and buildings are becoming smart, homes are becoming digital.

Are coaxial cables and DSLs capable to support such needs? Nothing can be smart without internet and traditional broadbands have become a substantial limitation.

What is the solution for meeting the unprecedented demand of the future?

In the times where people need connectivity as much as oxygen, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that FTTH is the future of the internet because it transfers data at lightning speed, reliably and securely. It is completely capable of meeting the demands of the future.

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4 ways to check if your Internet Plan is best for you


COVID-19 has changed the way we live our life today. Things that were necessary before have become unimportant today like your metro cards and sunglasses.
While the need for social distancing trumps all other concerns, work from home has become an obligation for employees.
With work from home becoming the new normal, the internet has become as important as any other utilities. The internet service providers have seen a great hike in demand for broadband internet services as one cannot simply survive on mobile data.
Not most almost every business now uses the internet for everything from the communication (e-mails, VOIP) to digital payments. It has pretty much become impossible for businesses to operate without the internet.
Net connectivity being of paramount importance, employees have to take care that all essentials are in place. Reliable internet has become a basic necessity.
To ensure seamless connectivity here are some tips to choose an internet plan while working from home:

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