The development of Netflix was revolutionary for its time, allowing users to stream a plethora of great television shows and movies on a whim. Nowadays, Netflix continues to innovate and create ways for users to take their services to places where they never thought possible. One example is taking Netflix on a flight, where the Wi-Fi is either completely unavailable, or too slow or expensive to be worth using. Netflix now allows users to download videos for offline viewing via its mobile app.
Mobile? Grab this Article!
Tip of the Week Security Technology Privacy Best Practices Cloud Google Business Computing Tech Term Network Security User Tips Data Backup Email Hackers Innovation Microsoft Hosted Solutions Data Hardware Data Recovery Browser Malware Cloud Computing Internet Smartphones Managed IT Services Software Chrome VoIp Mobile Devices Communication Alert Workplace Tips Communications IT Services Small Business Android Business Productivity Cybercrime Internet of Things Windows 10 Artificial Intelligence Backup Network Smartphone Business Management How To Outsourced IT Cybersecurity BDR IT Support Ransomware Business Continuity Spam Computers Efficiency Windows Phishing Collaboration Money Vulnerability Information Saving Money Applications Office 365 Word Computer Two-factor Authentication Facebook Data Security Passwords Miscellaneous Data Breach Gadgets Save Money Router Social Media Social Engineering Voice over Internet Protocol Mobile Device Management Server Connectivity Data Protection Managed IT Services Telephone Systems App Fraud Spam Blocking Servers Website Keyboard Unsupported Software Business Intelligence Data Storage Telephony Infrastructure Employer-Employee Relationship Scam Bring Your Own Device Managed IT CES OneNote Encryption Sports Law Enforcement Automation Windows 7 Update Settings Password Remote Monitoring Human Resources Redundancy Wi-Fi BYOD Content Management Holiday VPN HaaS Operating System IT Management Software as a Service Microsoft Office Identity Theft Blockchain Bandwidth Google Drive Virtual Assistant WiFi Comparison Upgrade Apps Mobile Device Avoiding Downtime Managed Service Google Docs Paperless Office IT Plan Telephone System Virtualization Digital Signature USB Wiring Quick Tips Specifications Cast Business Mangement Devices Password Management Tip of the week Government FENG Workers Access Control Search Engine IT Consultant Leadership Audit Workforce Electronic Medical Records MSP Flash Root Cause Analysis Cleaning Entertainment Warranty Value Private Cloud Amazon PDF Wire Firewall Marketing Start Menu Gmail Thought Leadership NIST Windows Server 2008 Recovery Conferencing Multi-Factor Security Authentication HVAC Bing Office Samsung HBO Telecommuting Data Management File Sharing Supercomputer Charger Practices Machine Learning Printer Public Computer Knowledge Public Cloud Amazon Web Services Unified Threat Management Windows 10 Recycling Cryptocurrency Data loss Nanotechnology Help Desk Office Tips Outlook Remote Work Augmented Reality Wireless Charging Hosted Computing YouTube Mouse Network Congestion Botnet Disaster Recovery Smart Office Mobile Computing eWaste Addiction Safe Mode Safety Patch Management Computer Care Training SaaS Hiring/Firing Skype Trending Password Manager Smart Tech Networking Frequently Asked Questions Computer Fan Staff Cache Sync Netflix Cortana Inventory Administrator Travel Work/Life Balance Emails Online Shopping Accountants Document Management Camera Assessment Current Events Tools Windows 10s Legal Automobile Wireless Internet Remote Worker Budget Screen Mirroring Big Data Enterprise Content Management Shortcuts Excel webinar The Internet of Things Credit Cards Flexibility Meetings Google Apps Microchip Physical Security Solid State Drive Millennials HIPAA IBM Downtime Evernote Television Software Tips Criminal Thank You IT support Congratulations IT solutions Compliance Twitter Regulation Emergency Company Culture CrashOverride Managing Stress Webinar Printers