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Satellite Internet isn't much of a choice for those living in rural areas. I've only had Satellite 'net through DirecTV but that experience was enough for me to not look for it ever again. I actually had to move out of the area that I was in just so I could have access to a better web experience. I feel for those that live in rural areas of America. Those of us in urban cities might complain about our limited choices; Comcast, Time Warner or what have you. They're not great providers but they do provide a web experience that is far above and beyond the experience you can get in rural towns.

Dial-up is nearly always the only other choice for most people. Dial-up these days simply cannot get the job done. Web 2.0 has bloated the web. It's fattened it and nearly all web developers design a website based around the assumption that the user is going to be accessing the web either through a digital broadband (or better) connection or mobile connections. Personally, I feel like that a consumer who lives in a rural area would almost be better off by having access to a mobile connection over any of the others.

4G speeds are comparable to broadband and you at least know what you're getting when you order it. With satellite you're going to be stuck with data caps - why pay that much for equipment and monthly subscription when you're going to be saddled with a profoundly diminished web experience? With mobile connections you can still continue using the web at a throttled speed and with a provider like T-Mobile you at least retain a decent experience. It's an unfortunate and perhaps uncomfortable reality that American consumers are often abused by Internet Service Providers due to a lack of competition in the industry.

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When I decided to open up offices in another area of the country, I knew that I was going to have to find a company that does disaster recovery consulting. Some people who run companies might not consider something like this, but I had been through an epic disaster once already, and I wished I would have had the foresight to think of hiring a company that would help me in this area. I am originally from the New Orleans area, and I was there when Katrina caused such devastation that I had never seen before.

When I relocated, I knew that I never wanted to be in that position again. I wanted to know all of my options before a disaster could strike, and I wanted to do everything in my power to prevent one from occurring as well. I did an online search to find the right company, and I found just that in EDS Disaster Services. They not only consult but they also help if a disaster should strike because no matter how much you prepare, something can still happen. Being prepared just lessens the chances of that for the disasters that we are able to control in some ways.

I did a long search of their company as well as their procedures, and I was very happy with everything that I saw. I knew that they would be the perfect team to help make sure another Katrina does not happen to me. And, if one would, then they are the perfect team to help me recover from it in the best way possible. I liked having both angles covered, so I secured their services quickly. They have over 20 years experience, and they came with excellent reviews, so I know we are going to be in good hands with them.

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