If there's a single buzzword to sum up technology today, it might well be connectivity. Whether you're talking about mobile phones, computers or large-scale business IT systems, being connected to the internet – and to other businesses or people – is probably the most important concern you'll have. Moreover, we want our data connections to be fast and we want to be able to access them all the time, yet we also want peace of mind knowing that our information is getting to where it's meant to with full security. These three broadband options – wired, wireless and 3G – are the most common ones that will get you connected to the internet. Each has benefits and disadvantages, so combining them or using them in different situations is the best way to go. Wired Broadband: The industry standard for connectivity in the home and workplace, wired broadband has been around for a relatively long time and still boasts the most stability and security of the three options. Whether you're using cable or DSL to get high-speed access and large bandwidth, wired broadband is the least likely to drop out or compromise your data. It's the cheapest of the three options, but offers the least mobility to users. It's still best to stick to wired broadband for use around the home and as a stable connection to supplement other options. 3G and Wireless Broadband: This is a great option for homes without cable connections, as well as busy individuals who are always on the go yet need high-bandwidth connectivity for work. The 3G network also means that wireless broadband internet speeds are faster than ever. Prepaid wireless broadband is especially handy for connectivity on the run, as it provides high-speed access and mobility at a flexible and low price. Just plug in a USB dongle into your laptop and you've got similar speeds to what you'd get at home. They're best used when you're in the field without access to a wired connection. 3G wireless connections also allow you to access the internet via your smartphone, and in terms of mobility and round-the-clock access, 3G gives you fast connectivity on the go. Using the internet on your phone provides you with helpful features like location mapping (great when you're lost) and ubiquitous email access (as well as social media for all you gurus out there). A combination of both wireless and wired internet options should keep you connected no matter your situation. Just remember that sometimes, it's good to disconnect and take a break as well. Vacation time, anyone?
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