Country Nomad Blog — ISP

Can A Productivity App Help You Get Organized when Working from Home?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The whole idea of the Internet is to simplify life. When working from home, your schedule can easily get mixed up without proper planning. As such, you may end up feeling as if you are not accomplishing anything. The Internet is known to be very addictive. If you are not careful, you may end up getting lost in social media memes or YouTube viral videos while working remotely. The fact that there is no one around to supervise you is even more detrimental. By the time you realize it, your day could be over, earning the wrath of your boss...

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How to Stop Your ISP from Viewing Your Browsing History?


Posted by David Garza on

Being in the business of providing Internet access, ISPs use powerful equipment that allows delivery of quality service. The equipment comes with various capabilities, and part of that is the ability to record the browsing habits of its users. Denying that an ISP cannot see what you do online would be an outright lie. However, what creates a difference between various ISPs is what they do with your data. Our policies at Nomad Internet prioritize customer privacy. We do not collect or resell any of your data to third parties. We believe that your privacy comes first, even as you...

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Rural Internet and Working from Home


Posted by David Garza on

Working from home in a rural area can be frustrating if you do not adequately plan your Internet requirements. In most cases, you may find your emails taking over 30 seconds to load, only for the Internet to disconnect amid a critical message. The possibility of downloading files on Google Drive or OneDrive is an uphill task. Video calls with colleagues and clients on Zoom, Skype, or Microsoft Teams may be a far-fetched idea. These predicaments paint a picture of how rural areas have, for a long time, lagged behind the rest of the country with regards to digital development....

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The Internet, World's Number 1 Language


Posted by David Garza on

The world is made up of many languages. Without a doubt, these languages find their way on the Internet as users interact amongst themselves. For instance, a website that targets are Asian region is ideally coined in a language commonly spoken there rather than English. It may seem odd for a website that would primarily have American visitors written in Chinese. Despite the language differences, the Internet has managed to maneuver around the barriers, to the point of being considered the ultimate unifying 'language.' Yes, to a greater extent, you could regard the Internet as a language due to the...

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Internet Access in Rural America and Its Impact on the Economy


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The economies of rural America and urban America have significant differences in terms of the current level and growth rate. Whereas the urban economies are advanced and grow at such a rapid pace, rural economies seem to lag behind. Internet connectivity ranks as one of the factors causing this disparity. Small businesses in rural areas require Internet access to take advantage of the opportunities that digital technologies offer. Unfortunately, this access is rare in the regions. The majority of the users have a hard time connecting to the Internet, while those who manage still surfer from slower speeds and constant...

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