It takes a natural disaster like Hurricane Sandy to remind us of how quickly we begin to take technology for granted. Take the Internet, for example. It's only in the utter absence of it that we realize how integral it is to even the most mundane of our daily tasks.
Imagine, then, life without a reliable way to connect to the world outside our small communities. Imagine, for a minute, life in a rural hamlet or an urban slum in a developing country.
In a recent interview with Rainmakers TV, Tae Yoo, Senior Vice President of Cisco, talked about the essential role that broadband Internet can play in the both the economy of a country as well as in the wellbeing of its citizens.
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