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Source: GallowayPatch - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Wireless Security Anyone who spends a lot of time working on a computer can speak volumes on the value of a change of scenery. Spending all of your time in the same chair in the same room can lead to a strong sense of monotony that can drive productivity into the ground. Fortunately, there are plenty of establishments in Galloway that offer wifi hotspots to their customers. Whether spending a few hours at Baristas Coffee House, or a few days at the luxurious Seaview resort, locals looking to break their routine have several solid options at their disposal.

While a change of scenery can do wonders for productivity, itís important to take a few simple precautions before using a public wifi hotspot. Anyone with a wifi-enabled computer can access a hotspot as long as they are close enough to it.

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