Sorry all I meant to say work Wi-FiCan I connect my Google Home speaker using my iPhone’s personal hotspot? My work email is unsecured and google home will not allow me to use it
First off I meant to say Wi-Fi not email and I want to use the hey google for customers that want to hear music or ask questions about cars or whatever as a fun side thingWhat does your work email has to do with Google Home? I don't remember it asking for it. And what do you mean by 'work email is unsecured' - it doesn't have a password ?
Yes, Google Home doesn't care what wi-fi connection it has.Sorry all I meant to say work Wi-Fi
First off I meant to say Wi-Fi not email and I want to use the hey google for customers that want to hear music or ask questions about cars or whatever as a fun side thing
Ok thanksTell your company IT admin that the guest Wi-Fi also needs to be secured with a password. The receptionist can give out the password if customers want to use it. Open networks where anyone from far away can connect to out of sight is a problem. Wi-Fi WPA2 encryption has been proven broken academically, and is just waiting for attacks. Sooner or later some hacker will make a kit for it and attacks will be popularized. We're waiting for the next version of Wi-Fi encryption. But having no password means no protection at all. Some consumer routers are also security broken, and can be taken over. ( I have one, cost $90, and it was hacked; so it is just gathering dust now ) A password-less Wi-Fi just gives them an easy way in.
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