Author Archives: vsajewel

About vsajewel

Hi...I'm the author of 2 main blogs on WordPress...vsatips...where I write tech tips for mobile devices...primarily ios...2nd is vsatrends...where I write less about tech things and more about everything else. I also host a YouThe channel. I use it to better illustrate some of the posts from vsatips and for other random 'How To' topics. I'm a huge fan of YouTube because I think you can learn pretty much anything in the world there. Sometimes I search for something I can't do and don't find anything. A lot of my videos come from that influence...if I do eventually figure out how to do something :-)

How to Subscribe to vsatips for Email Updates| I Updated My Tablets Page

In this post I provide an example of how readers can subscribe to my blog as well as highlight the updated Tablets resources and links page. Continue reading

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How to See New Subscribers to Your Channel on ios YouTube App | 2017

You can easily see who are new channel subscribers are using the YouTube app for ios. In this post I demonstrate how to do it. Continue reading

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Part 2 | Beginner’s Guide to Firewalls for Small Networks | Network Design

This is Part 2 of the series: A Beginner’s Guide to Hardware Firewalls. In Part 2 I briefly review some history of firewalls and discuss how they’ve evolved in recent years. Network design and how firewalls are incorporated into networks is examined as well as why this would be something worthwhile to consider. Last I expose readers to some newer types of firewalls, which can vary considerably from their older counterparts. Continue reading

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Brand New Device Secures Networks & Protects Against KRACK Attacks

Recent articles about the newest WiFi security threat flooded the news last week. This week I’m excited to share a brand new device I discovered that will protect your network from this new threat which is called a Krack Attack. Continue reading

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