According to an article in the July 22 edition of The New York Times, high-speed Internet access in hotels may not be as ubiquitous as some attendees—and meeting planners—might expect. Even when it is offered, it doesn’t always work, said the article. Sometimes the hotel has enough bandwidth capacity for only a certain number of rooms, and it is overwhelmed when too many log on. Some hotels may require guests to download special software from disks the hotel provides, which may not seem like ...

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