By Roman H. Kepczyk
One of the revolutions in remote connectivity is happening within your cell phone as digital cellular providers have beefed up and expanded their networks to provide reliable Internet access to remote devices.
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Today, the vast majority of the U.S. and Canada has access to the Internet through the 4G digital cellular network at speeds of 1MBps or more, which is adequate for remote access to most applications, particularly those hosted by cloud providers.
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