Firms putting broadband tech within reach of small business

Tramer, Harriet
September 2000
Crain's Cleveland Business;09/11/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 38, p22
Focuses on the broadband communication services offered by Internet companies to small businesses in Ohio. Usability of the Internet to businesses; Provision of telephone and fiber optic technologies by Nextlink; Opportunities given to businesses to establish information networks by TechPlanet; Support for networking offered by the updated versions of Windows programs.


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