Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Peplink is now offering InControl 2 Subscriptions



Peplink has simplified the process in order to get connected to their cloud based management platform called InControl 2. This service is included free of charge for the first year and is now available in one or two year subscriptions. Previously the only way to renew InControl service was to add warranty service, but some customers didn’t want extended warranty coverage and only needed the InControl 2 subscription. Starting now customers can purchase a 1/yr InControl 2 for $25.00 annually or go with a 2/yr subscription for $40, which works out to $20 per year. InControl 2 allows you to centrally manage all your Peplink/Pepwave devices by updating configurations, getting real time analytics, GPS fleet tracking and more!

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 July 2014 )
Friday, 18 July 2014

Dell Now Accepts Bitcoin

In an early morning tweet from Michael Dell, Dell is now accepting Bitcoin as a payment method. By partnering with Coinbase to power the transactions, Dell just became the largest E-commerce company to accept Bitcoin. Dell now sits with other sites like Overstock and Amazon in supporting alternative digital currencies.


Did you know 3Gstore also accepts Bitcoin for payments? Bitcoin payment is extremely simple. If you already have a wallet setup and Bitcoin ready to spend, simply place your order and slect that payment method at checkout. You'll be prompted to scan a QR code or manually type in an address for payment, and your order is complete within seconds!

Watch our helpful video below showing just how easy it is to make a purchase with Bitcoin on 3Gstore!

Click HERE to Visit the 3Gstore Bitcoin Page!


Last Updated ( Friday, 18 July 2014 )
Thursday, 17 July 2014

Remote Power Switch Comparison

Looking at the Remote Power Switches, but you are not sure what model works best for you? Watch our latest video comparing the 1 Outlet and 2 Outlet Switches, or check out our handy comparison chart below!

Read our FULL REVIEW of the Single Outlet Remote Power Switch HERE and the 2 Outlet Remote Power Switch HERE!


* Windows Only

**E-Mail Notifications, Event Logging, Full Control Over Websites to Ping, Health Check Intervals, and Reset Delays.

 Click HERE to order the IP Switch from 3Gstore!

Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 July 2014 )
Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Verizon announces ALLSET prepaid LTE plans


Starting on July 17, 2014 Verizon will be adding ALLSET prepaid plan options that will run on the Verizon 4G LTE network. Any Verizon 4G LTE smartphone will be able to be used costing just $45/mo for 500MB of data, unlimited talk and text. They’ll also be offering a limited time promo where if customers opt to sign up for auto pay they’ll get double that data (1GB vs. 500MB), or after the promo add another 500MB for $5. If that isn’t enough data for your needs they’re also offering “Bridge Data”, which allows you to add 1GB for $10 or 3GB for $20 with a 90-day expiration. The 90 day length is a lot better than Verizon’s older prepaid packages that typically had a 30 day expiration.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Microsoft Moves Windows 7 from Mainstream to Extended Support & What It Means For You  


Windows 7 loyalists everywhere will be disappointed to learn that free support for their operating system will be coming to an end in January, 2015. This will move the product from the 5 year “mainstream support” period, to “extended support.” Extended support means that security fixes will still be included, but all other updates will require payment to obtain. However, Windows 7 support may be worth the money for some who are less willing to switch over to Windows 8.

Some of the biggest complaints of Windows 8 when compared to its predecessor have been that it’s trying to do too much. People are overwhelmed by the “Metro” interface that makes the operating system seem more aimed towards mobile platforms than desktops. In Windows 8.1, Microsoft attempted to rectify this issue by including an option to boot straight to the desktop to avoid the interaction with Metro entirely. However, even after this change customers are experiencing dissatisfaction. There have also been complaints of Wi-Fi driver interaction, and a couple of bugs with the operating system that cause issues while gaming.

For Windows traditionalists, this feeling may be familiar. When Windows Vista was released, XP users were forced into a similar choice between the old reliable system, and the newer product. Windows 7 lovers can find hope in the fact that the popular Windows XP lasted 12 years before support was completely halted in April 2014. Perhaps Windows will make another exception and extend the support for Windows 7 even further when the time comes.

Ultimately, the end of this mainstream support doesn’t mean the death of Windows 7, or the old desktop feel. Windows 7 is only half way through its support “life,” and those who feel compelled to switch to Windows 8 can experience its transformation into a more desktop friendly operating system.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 July 2014 )
Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Peplink alternative to dedicated MPLS


Peplink products are known for their uptime and ability to control multiple ISP’s to optimize bandwidth across your company. Many customers are now using Peplink equipment to completely replace a dedicated MPLS system getting substantially more bandwidth, multi-point redundancy and saving tens of thousands of dollars in the process. On average customers that have switched to a multi-WAN bonded solution are saving 85% over a single dedicated MPLS alternative.

Justin Dale who has 15 years in IT at Diamond International Trucks says “We now have a highly reliable MPLS alternative that allows for the flexibility in ISPs… greatly reducing our costs while maintaining a high level of service. This is made possible by Peplink’s SpeedFusion bonding technology that allows multiple links to pass within a VPN to a concentrator or FusionHub virtual machine installed within the cloud. Unlike traditional load balance routers that can only establish one session per ISP Peplink’s bonding allows traffic to be broken down across multiple links enhancing the bandwidth and providing more network redundancy.

One area where this holds a huge advantage is VoIP (Voice over Internet) where a traditional load balancer or failover router would drop the call if your primary ISP goes down. Because Peplink devices allow the traffic to be split even if one ISP drops off you won’t lose the phone call because the session is still active across other ISP’s on your network. Depending on the Peplink box you can run a mix of Cable/DSL and Cellular 3G/4G routers to have as many as 13 different WAN connections active at any time. If you have any questions on how Peplink can save your company money please contact 3Gstore for more info!

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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Sprint announces LivePro Mobile hotspot that includes a built in projector


OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BUSINESS WIRE), July 09, 2014 - It’s the most important presentation of your career. You walk into the boardroom and learn your client’s Internet access is down and the projector bulb burned out. What do you do? Never again should you have to face this nightmare after the July 11 debut of the world’s first commercially available pocket projector and mobile hotspot, Sprint LivePro™ (ZTEMF97AHS).

This innovative new device combines a mini projector with a 10-inch to 10-foot projection display and 3G/4G LTE mobile hotspot powered by the super-high-speed network data capabilities of Sprint Spark™, where available, and supports up to eight Wi-Fi® enabled devices simultaneously.

It will be available exclusively from Sprint (NYSE: S) in select Sprint Stores, and through Sprint direct ship sales channels, including Sprint Stores, Business Sales, Web Sales and Telesales at 1-800-SPRINT1. With Sprint Easy Pay, well-qualified buyers can purchase Sprint LivePro with $0 down (plus tax) and 24 monthly payments of $18.751.

“Whether it’s a boardroom proposal or backyard movie night, Sprint LivePro is a one-of-a-kind device that combines the enhanced LTE network capabilities of Sprint Spark with an easily portable projector that helps you get work done or keep the family entertained,” said David Owens, senior vice president of Product Development, Sprint. “Sprint LivePro has a high-quality projection display making it easy to share important information on a movie screen, wall or any other flat surface. Its mobile hotspot is powered by Sprint Spark, offering blazing-fast network speeds for downloading important videos or presentations on the Web.”

Measuring 4.7 inches x 4.7 inches and only 1.1 inches thick, Sprint LivePro easily fits in a briefcase or purse and features an embedded speaker providing audio during video or presentations. For bigger sound, separate speakers can be paired via Bluetooth® or attached to the device with a 3.5mm jack.

LivePro offers an easy-to-use 4-inch touchscreen display and Android™ 4.2, Jelly Bean, user interface, making it easy to access content and use the hotspot. The large 5,000mAh lithium ion battery can also be used as a power bank to charge a smartphone, tablet or other devices using a USB cable.

Users can share content using HDMI or USB cables, or wirelessly mirror a smartphone or tablet display using Wi-Fi Miracast®. Through the Wi-Fi connection, users can also pull content from the Cloud directly from the device and stream video and audio content easily with a Wi-Fi connection or data plan. Files can be shared and stored on LivePro using Bluetooth, an HDMI or USB cable as well.

Sprint LivePro is also a great tool for entertaining. At the next family barbecue, the cordless projector can be used to watch video or play a game in the backyard. Customers can also use the mobile hotspot to pull and share content from the Web.

Featuring access to Google Play™, with more than 1 million apps, millions of songs and books, and thousands of movies, LivePro can keep guests entertained well into the night. LivePro also includes Google Mobile™ wireless services, such as Google Chrome, Google Search™, Gmail™, Google Maps™ for Android, Google Calendar™, Drive and YouTube™.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 10 July 2014 )

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