The broadband advocacy organization Connect Michigan Tuesday released new data showing that broadband adoption in Michigan is now above the national average, with 79 percent of households subscribing to broadband service in 2013, up from 67 percent in 2010.
Online sales generate $28 billion a year for businesses in Michigan, according to the 2013 Business Technology Survey released Tuesday by Connect Michigan, the broadband adoption promotion group.
Missaukee County unveiled its Technology Action Plan Friday at the Missauke County Courthouse as part of its participation in Connect Michigan’s Connected Community Engagement Program.
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Connect Michigan Thursday released new data showing that broadband adoption in Michigan is increasing, with 71 percent of households now subscribing to broadband service, up from 61 percent in 2011. But significant chunks of the state, mostly in rural areas, remain without broadband available.
Comcast Friday announced an expansion of Internet Essentials, a year-old broadband adoption program designed to help close the Digital Divide for low-income Americans.
On Wednesday, Aug. 22, Charlevoix County will receive the nation’s first certification as a “connected community” from Connected Nation.
Connect Michigan, the Michgian affiliate of the national broadband access organization Connected Nation, released a survey Monday showing that 39 percent of Michigan residents are still not using broadband at home.
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Lansing’s Information Technology Empowerment Center said Thursday it had been awarded $600,000 for work geared to sustainable broadband adoption, an effort that is part of a $5.2 million federal grant to Michigan State University. ITEC will […]