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Connecting Nebraskans to the digital age

publish date: October 15, 2013

Connecting Nebraskans to the digital age
Posted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
By Lauren Conley

Eighty-one percent of Nebraskans say they have access to the internet, whether it's at their house or at the library.

There's a digital divide that could mean missed opportunities for rural communities in Nebraska.

We've got Smartphones, tablets, basically the world at our fingertips, but at the Broadband Connecting Nebraska Conference, it's about making sure people understand how to utilize that technology.

If you have internet access, you're in the majority here in Nebraska. The real question is do you have access to broadband high speed internet? Members of rural communities are more likely to say no.

Some schools in the state still don't have computers.

There's no question we live in a digital age, and, now we're beginning to see a digital divide.

Kearney based business, Intellicom is an outsource Information Technology department for over 350 companies across the country. They control and manage internet services.

"We consider ourselves critical partners in their ability to do business." Said President and CEO of Intellicom, Dan Schundoff.

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