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.
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.
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.
To support GIS Day, Connect Michigan announced new broadband data showing the broadband availability gap is declining.
Connect Michigan applauds the efforts of Clare County for achieving certification under Connected Nation’s Connected Community Engagement Program.
The 2013 Michigan Broadband Conference at the Kellogg Center at Michigan State University in Lansing drew more than 300 attendees and another 150 via Livestream Friday.
On Thursday, Oct. 24, Connect Michigan and the Library of Michigan are hosting the 2013 Michigan Broadband Conference at the Kellogg Center, 219 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, beginning at 9 a.m.
Mecosta County will become the latest Michigan county to earn the designation “Connected Community” under the Connect Michigan initiative.
Thursday, Sept. 19, during the annual Livingston County Economic Development meeting, Livingston County will be certified as a “Connected” community. County representatives will release a Technology Action Plan that will include results of an assessment undertaken by the county.
Turns out there are a variety of reasons to say no to broadband Internet access in the home.