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Finding Home and Wireless Internet Providers by Zip Code

This is a guest post by Blake Sanders about finding Home and Wireless Internet Providers by Zip Code.Many people assume that they need to use a specific local provider to get high speed internet, as certain providers often market themselves very heavily. However, internet coverage options vary greatly from one coverage area to the next.
Due to a number of state and local laws, there are usually only one or two cable companies offering high speed internet, but there are no such restrictions on satellite companies. Even if you live in a small town, there's a fairly good chance that there are a few internet providers offering service for your address. In order to find fast internet speed at a low price, it's important to compare internet providers by zip code.

Comparison Shop

The old ways of finding a good service provider are gone. The fastest way to find one today is by using an online comparison website, as this will allow you to quickly look at prices, download speeds, upload …

Is Cell Phone Technology Changing the Workplace Environment?

This is a guest post by Shannen about if the Cell Phone technology changes working enveronment. That’s an outdated question. The workplace environment was changed twice by mobile phones already – the first time, when they were first invented and marketed in a big way; and the second time when they were connected to the Internet. Modern cell phone reviews abound with talk about connectivity and business functions: and of course the modern office is full of people multitasking, sending email on their iFly while they design a cover spread on their MacBook Pro. The business world is owned by mobile technology in all its forms.

So how has the business world changed as a result? The most obvious changes are in location and speed. When email came in, the business world sped up exponentially; when faster email came in it got even quicker; and now you can send and receive emails on your smartphone, you are basically expected to have sorted all your correspondence and already done a good hour’…