New data released Wednesday by Connect Michigan today shows that home-based businesses are more likely than other businesses in the state to use the Internet to buy products and services, research how to make their businesses more efficient, and interact with government offices.
Schoolcraft County unveiled its Technology Action Plan Wednesday at Manistique High School as part of its participation in Connect Michigan’s Connected Community Engagement Program.
Michigan Public Service Commission Chairman John D. Quackenbush will take part in a community broadband announcement at 10 a.m. on Monday, June 17, in Roscommon.
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Leaders of Mackinac, Luce, and Chippewa counties in the eastern Upper Peninsula are implementing action plans to increase broadband access, adoption, and use in the area.
Tuesday, in conjunction with the 2013 Governor’s Economic Summit, Connect Michigan is releasing a report on Broadband’s Economic Impact in Michigan. Broadband access and adoption helps fuel the economy. Michigan residents conduct $17.1 million in online transactions with Michigan businesses and spend nearly $1.1 billion in online sales with these businesses annually.
Madison, Wis.-based TDS Telecommunications Corp. saiid Thursday that its American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus-funded broadband Internet project in Chatham, Mich. is now accessible to nearly everyone living in the area.
Broadband and e-learning applications expand educators’ instructional capabilities and boost students’ research and interactive opportunities — as well as their test scores.
LANSING — New research unveiled Wednesday by Connect Michigan shows that the broadband availability gap in Michigan is shrinking, with 95.39 percent of Michigan residents now having access to fixed broadband speeds of 3 megabits […]
Air Advantage is bringing fiber optic cable to huge portions of Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola counties in the first phase of a massive effort to bring unlimited bandwidth to some of the most remote areas of Michigan.