Most of you guys know that David and I both work from home. Both of our jobs require a lot of time online. We have Netflix as our primary source of TV AND we have two teenagers who require the internet to
breathe do homework. This means that we use a lot of internet and that we need the speed to be fast or at least not slow!
The evenings, holidays and weekends when everyone is home is the absolute pits because everyone is online and so the speed slows down dramatically!
I am hoping the LucidView Enforcer can help me with this problem.
“Improve the speed of your home and business networks, while protecting them from online security risks and misuse.”
The Enforcer is a device that you plug into your router that helps to improve the speed of your internet, protects your family from all the associated risks of being online. Through this device you are able to select certain categories to block, this includes gambling sites, torrents, adult sites and more.
The feature I am most keen to try out is the Fair Sharing. This allows you the ability to ensure all users use equal bandwith. This means if I am trying to work the kids could be allocated less bandwith than me until I am done.
There are also reports available to see who is using how much internet and when. This is useful if you are trying to restrict the amount of time your kids are spending online and when.
There is a little more about these features on the LucidView website.
It is so quick and easy to order the device, it can all be done online and it is SO simple to set up. You literally plug it into your router, plug the power point in and follow the prompts.
This is a really great device to add if you are a homeschooler, gamer or run a business from home. But it can really be used by anyone.
I am going to be sharing our experience with this device over the next few months, so stay tuned for more information.
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