News tagged with Internet usage

New Report Highlights Broadband Utilization in Illinois Regions, Industry Sectors

Regional differences in broadband usage prevail in Illinois commercial businesses and public organizations, and public libraries are filling the gap by providing Wi-Fi access and one-on-one digital literacy trainings, according to a new report released by Broadband Illinois. 


Illinois Broadband Innovation Fund Accepting Applications, Announces Q & A Webinar

ILLINOIS BROADBAND INNOVATION FUND ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS, ANNOUNCES Q & A WEBINAR

Thursday’s webinar will address remaining program questions and assist with online submission

 

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, September 5, 2012 – The deadline to apply for an Illinois Broadband Innovation Fund award is less than one week away and organizations throughout the state are putting the final touches on plans to expand high-speed internet adoption and usage in their region. 

Broadband Illinois to Present at Federation of Internet Solution Providers Conference
BROADBAND ILLINOIS TO PRESENT AT FEDERATION OF INTERNET SOLUTION PROVIDERS CONFERENCE


SPRINGFIELD, IL, September 4, 2012 –Sessions on broadband infrastructure and deployment, mapping broadband data, and broadband adoption and usage will be presented by Broadband Illinois at the upcoming Federation of Internet Solution Providers of the Americas Conference in Chicago September 17 - 19.
New Program Aims to Improve Quality of Life Through Internet Usage

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, August 16, 2012 -Job creation, educational opportunities for low-income citizens, and improved public safety are among the goals of an innovative high-speed internet adoption program announced today by Broadband Illinois.

Illinois Residents Invited to Participate in Important Broadband Survey

Results of survey will identify needs, promote statewide access to high-speed Internet

Illinois residents have the opportunity to shape the future of high-speed Internet in the state through a comprehensive survey deployed today by Partnership for a Connected Illinois. The results of the survey will serve as key components in the state’s broadband plan that will create jobs, improve medical care and enhance educational opportunities.