Author: Bruce McDonald

Bruce MacDonald is full-time writer and part-time geek. He has over 22 years of technical writing experience in software and telecommunications and everything in between. He has published novels in his native Canada and been very well reviewed in major daily newspapers and literary imprints. At present he can be found on his farm in the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica, where he plies his word trade in multiple markets simultaneously.

Top 5 VPNs Used by Businesses in 2019

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Top 5 VPNs Used by Businesses in 2019

Updated April 23, 2019

The constant growth of the online market has its perks, and so far it has revolutionized many industries. Nowadays, most business owners are present on the internet as well, and they offer their products and services to internet users.

However, to run a business online securely you either need to hire a team of security experts or invest in a much safer network security system.

How to Live Stream It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 14?

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How to Live Stream It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 14?

Try to watch a video on the FX networks website from outside the US and you will get a small notice above the video saying: “Geographic Restriction”. The visual message is quite short but the meaning is pretty clear – you are located outside the US and as a result, you are not allowed to watch the content on FX. This is due to restrictions in the licensing agreements preventing FX from making the content available anywhere in the world.

Here’s Why Premium VPNs Pay for Themselves over Time

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Here’s Why Premium VPNs Pay for Themselves over Time

Updated March 20, 2019

As any savvy shopper knows, free things often come with a catch, or they’re probably worth about as much as they cost. Well this logic isn’t exclusive to typical retail – it also applies to online security.

Why would a cyber-security provider of any sort spend money and time developing infrastructure and programs, only to offer services for free? I mean it happens, but it’s rare.

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