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Plettenberg Bay is known for a few things; the exquisite hiking trails in the Robberg Reserve, the beautiful Beacon Isle, the iconic views and white sandy beaches along Beachy Head Drive. But there’s one thing still missing that we can finally add to this already top-tier list, and that is fast Fibre internet (FTTH)!  (more…)


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As South Africans, we are all aware of the impact that load-shedding has not only had on our lives and our overall quality of life, but on how businesses operate, too. 

With the frequency of load-shedding occurrences ramping up, and with more and more of us working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic – at RSAWEB we believe it is now more crucial than ever that you have access to reliable, always-on Fibre internet in your home. 

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HSEQ stands for health, safety, environment, quality – all important considerations to keep in mind when working remotely, which comes with its own set of challenges for your teams and business to manage. There are a number of network and data security risks that both the enduser and the technical teams have to minimise. At RSAWEB, we have heard countless stories about accidental data loss as well as virus and malware attacks – not to mention general struggles with collaboration on shared workflows.  (more…)


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Working from home has become a new common-place for workers around the globe. As the world stays cognisant of the Covid-19 pandemic, and with a second wave officially upon us, businesses have decided to recommend that their staff remain working from home for the foreseeable future.  

That’s why we’ve created this invigorating and revealing list of Dos and Don’ts – to help you stay productive from your new home office and provide you with some top tips and things to avoid in order to stay mentally strong as well as physically healthy.  (more…)


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In case you hadn’t heard, big changes are coming to WhatsApp. While the experience itself will remain the same, the nitty-gritty happening in the backend is going to change substantiallyHere’s what’s happening: If you don’t accept their latest privacy terms on the platform you will lose access to the platform. This massive announcement shook the world and requires all users to accept their new terms of service which enables data-sharing to occur with their parent company Facebook.   (more…)


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2021 is looking exciting for gamers! From highly-anticipated PS5 exclusives and magical landscapes to stepping into the shoes of well-known assassins and heroes of myth and legend – here are our top game picks for 2021.  (more…)


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Default Wi-Fi Password

If you’re setting up your Wi-Fi for the first time, or if you haven’t ever changed your Wi-Fi password, the default Wi-Fi password will be printed on a sticker on the back or underneath the router.

How To Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone or IOS device:

 

How To Connect to Wi-Fi on your Android Phone (Samsung, HTC, Huawei, etc)

 

How to Connecting to Wi-Fi on a Windows 10 Computer

Using the wireless network icon in your computer’s Taskbar is the easiest way to connect to a new Wi-Fi network.

  1. Click on the wireless network icon in the bottom-right corner of the taskbar. (If you don’t see the button, click the up-arrow button on the left.)

  1. Select the wireless network you want to connect to.
  2. Check the Connect automatically option (optional).
  3. Click the Connect

  • Quick Tip:If you don’t see any networks listed to connect to, make sure the Wi-Fi button is enabled (it will be coloured blue) to turn on wireless.

  1. Enter the network security key(the Wi-Fi password).
  2. Click the Next button.

Once you complete these steps, you will be connected to the network using a wireless connection.

 

How To Connect to WiFi on a Mac Computer

You should now be able to connect to a WiFi network.


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Where you put your modem is key

  • Place your modem/router in a central position in your home. Within the line of sight to where you use the internet most is best.
  • Remember the more walls or furniture the Wi-Fi signal needs to travel through, the weaker it will be, and the slower your speed will be.
  • Place the modem/router away from any electromagnetic devices (like microwaves or cordless phones), large metal objects and heat-producing devices
  • All materials reflect a portion of the Wi-Fi radio signals. Some absorb it quite strongly, especially concrete. So don’t mount your modem/router to walls.
  • Similarly, keep the modem/router away from plants, trees, aquariums, fish bowls and water containers because they (or the water they contain) absorb the Wi-Fi radio signal rather than reflect it.
  • Make sure the modem/router is not locked away in a cabinet/shelf as this will weaken the Wi-Fi radio signal.

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