ABOUT CONNECTED NATION OHIO
Creating better economic & life opportunities by expanding access, adoption, & use of broadband.
Since 2008, Connected Nation Ohio has been working to ensure that all can experience the benefits of broadband. Technology, especially widespread access, use, and adoption of broadband, improves all areas of life. CN Ohio invites you to join us in changing communities and lives across Ohio.
Connected Nation Ohio's mission is to change lives through technology. It is leading the effort to increase high-speed Internet access, adoption, and use to diversify the economy and ensure Ohio's competitiveness in the connected global economy of the twenty-first century.
Help us close the Digital Divide in Ohio. Visit the Connected Community Data Portal and tell us about your internet connectivity at your home or business.
What we're up to in Ohio// Stay connected.
Ohio Representative to Host Public Meeting on Broadband Access
Learn more about the ways we’ve been working to close the Digital Divide and where we’re already having an impact.
Connected Nation Named Among the Top Five Best Places to Work in KentuckySeptember 9, 2020
How to “Pandemic Proof” the National Labor ForceSeptember 3, 2020
POLICY BRIEF: Aligning the FCC’s Digital Opportunity Data Collection with the Broadband DATA ActAugust 6, 2020
Digital Works Celebrates 1,000 Job Placements for the Telework Training and Job Placement ProgramAugust 6, 2020
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