Wednesday, April 4, 2012
This guest post from Lenny Mcknight
Long Island is the most populated island in the United States and number seventeen in the world. It can also boast that it charges the highest real estate and property taxes in the country. Looking at these stats you would think, “Crowded and expensive. No thanks!” but obviously that’s not the opinion of the 7.5 million people who live there. So what’s the big deal about the little island? It’s a place of movement. People may commute to their jobs in the city, but more and more small business owners are taking their business to the highway, the information highway that is. Libn.com reports that “mobile Web usage is absolutely exploding. In less than three years, more people will access the Internet via mobile devices than from desktop computers. This shift in consumer behavior has huge upside implications for small businesses.” With this kind of turn, it is imperative that business owners education themselves on the connection possibilities they have. For example, Long Island T1 providers give exclusive network connections to small businesses allowing them the face to face and mobile office options they need to meet the modern demands in the area.