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Proper Access: Your personal IT peeps

I spent eight years in the military with top-secret security clearance. As the CEO of Proper Access, the training I received comes into play every day. In addition to having consistent access to the internet, complete with the speed required to keep up with the demands of today’s work and home life, people want to feel confident that the...

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Proper Access helps your need for speed

Across the state of Ohio, many people are struggling to connect. What I mean by that is super-slow internet service is making it impossible for them to Zoom, run all their Wi-Fi-enabled gadgets, and surf online without the lag. The need to virtually connect to the outside world continues to be paramount. But the internet of today isn’t...

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Proper Access can help you if your WiFi stinks

You know the scenarios: You’re binge-watching your favorite show on Netflix when the screen suddenly goes black and the buffering wheel appears; or your Zoom meeting freezes with the warning, “Your internet connection is unstable.” While spending hours on hold with Spectrum may seem like your only option, it’s not likely to resolve the...

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A better way to connect with Proper Access

You’ve been lulled into submission. That $50 router has captivated you with its sleek spaceship looks, sexy name and alluring price tag. Who doesn’t want to own an Orbi, an Eero or Asus for less than the cost of a tank of gas? The marketing and product design people behind those tiny little chunks of junk thank you. You, on the other...

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Get military-grade protection with Proper Access and don't let your your router get hacked

If you have a computer and want to connect to the internet, you need a router. Your router is the thing that makes that connection happen. It’s the gateway to the world beyond. The problem is, they’re the new way for hackers to gain access to your sensitive information. A decade ago, hackers were only interested in gaining access to your...

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