Guest Blog: Protecting kids online: Tips for parents

Disclaimer: The following blog is third-party content and is not meant to be a sales message from DayStarr Communications.  Do you know where to begin to protect your kids online? Local Internet safety specialists at Covenant Eyes have an abundance of free resources to assist you. “It’s not that parents are indifferent, they just need help, and they feel helpless, …

Carrie Rathbun HawksGuest Blog: Protecting kids online: Tips for parents

Shared Blog: How to Figure Out What’s Wrong With Your Internet Connection

It’s a heart-wrenching moment when your web browser reports that it’s no longer connected to the internet. But there’s no reason to panic: We’ve distilled the troubleshooting process into five easy steps. Keep this list close by in case your internet suddenly breaks (or pass it on to friends and family the next time they call on your assistance). Of …

Carrie Rathbun HawksShared Blog: How to Figure Out What’s Wrong With Your Internet Connection

Cutting the Cable Cord: Discovering the Benefits of Streaming

On average, cable companies offer 190 channels, but how many of these channels do consumers actually watch? Not that many. Cable customers are paying for an excess amount of channels when they only watch an average of 17 channels. When people sit down to watch TV, they have specific shows they tune into or a particular series they follow. The …

Carrie Rathbun HawksCutting the Cable Cord: Discovering the Benefits of Streaming

Shared Blog: Streaming vs. Downloading

To stream or download…that is the question. Tech Talker Eric Escobar wrote this great blog about the differences between streaming and downloading, and we thought we’d share it with you. Look for another blog from us soon that elaborates more on how streaming is changing people’s use of TV technology. In the meantime, thanks to Eric for a great piece! …

Carrie Rathbun HawksShared Blog: Streaming vs. Downloading

The Truth of Internet Speeds

The Truth of Internet Speeds Technology is continually evolving, and the demand for consistent and accessible information and entertainment is constant. And the source to all of that? A reliable Internet connection. The desire and expectation is to receive information on multiple devices instantaneously. Consumers will go to drastic measures to get a stronger signal, a better connection, a faster …

Carrie Rathbun HawksThe Truth of Internet Speeds

Meet Steve

Steve Starr, who is quick to humorously point out that the company is not named after him, is the director of network operations, managing the day-to-day activities of DayStarr’s technical staff and serving as the company’s resident programmer and network engineer. He celebrated his 10th anniversary with the company this year.

Angela ArissMeet Steve

Explaining WiFi: Can You Depend On Your Wireless Router?

WiFi has become the universal gateway for unrestricted everyday connection. Can you imagine a world where you did not have wireless access to the Internet through your computers, smartphones and other devices? Typically, as consumers, we don’t think about the Internet unless it is not working. Then we think about it constantly! While we depend on and demand a quality …

Angela ArissExplaining WiFi: Can You Depend On Your Wireless Router?

Meet Collin

DayStarr is jumping into the blogging world! While most of our blogs will be technology focused, we thought you might be interested in learning a bit about the people who make DayStarr what it is. We’ll start with our President Collin Rose and every so often will introduce you to the rest of the team.

Angela ArissMeet Collin

What is 1-Gig Internet and Why is it Valuable?

What is 1-Gig Internet and Why is it Valuable? When it comes to the Internet, many of us don’t know much about how it works, we just know we need it, and we need it to be fast. Whether you are a residential consumer or a business owner, much of your daily life requires and depends on reliable Internet. Maybe …

Angela ArissWhat is 1-Gig Internet and Why is it Valuable?