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Student survey shows surging demand for wireless access

Madison, Wis. - Mobility is the new mantra for student technology usage on campus, according to an annual survey that finds laptop computer ownership about to surpass desktop computers and an expanding interest in wireless access.

The 2005 University of Wisconsin-Madison Computing Survey, which randomly polled 1,600 students last spring, looked at emerging trends in technology usag......

Full article >>> y offers a "Bucky Backup" service that allows students to safely store files on the network, but most students use thumb files or flash drives that hold vast amounts of memory.

Other finding include:

Phone usage: Land phone lines took a major plunge in the last three years, going from 80 percent in 2002 to 44 percent this spring. Likewise, cell phone usage is the new standard, ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 09/06/05


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