Remote Site Information Technology Assessment for the Municipality of Bonne-Esperance Lower North Shore, Quebec
Information technologies (computers, Internet, etc.) are an essential component of modern economic development strategies. The Lower North Shore has lagged behind other areas in terms of equipment, infrastructure and human resource capacity for using information technologies as an integral part of their community development efforts (i.e. no hi-speed access.) Recent innovations in this area allow for the reception of hi-speed (broadband) Internet reception via satellite; with establishment of local area networks (LANs) connected to each satellite point-of-delivery, the prospect exists for significant improvements to the information technology capacity of remote locations such as MBE, as well as local revenue generation from service provision once the LAN is established.
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Coasters Association. Remote Site Information Technology Assessment for the Municipality of Bonne-Esperance Lower North Shore, Quebec, March 2004.
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