Good connections

Zid, Linda Abu-Shalback
September 2004
Marketing Management;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p7
This article reports on the findings of a survey of 600 online U.S. citizens conducted by InsightExpress LLC, a research firm based in Stamford, Connecticut, as of September 2004. While only 10 percent of online U.S. citizens connect to the Internet using wireless technology, more than three in five of those wireless fidelity users report being more productive now that they're wireless. The survey also showed that one in four respondents found wireless fidelity technology to be exciting.


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