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5 Ways To Stay Connected While In NYC

Posted by Milen Vasilev on Mar 16, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Visiting the Big Apple is a once in a lifetime experience. You’ll want to take advantage of everything the city has to offer and share your adventures with family and friends. Updating social media with images of places you visited in the city can be almost as exciting as the places themselves. The city is well-connected and you can find WiFi hotspots in many places, but if you don’t want to rely on public networks and spend time looking for them, here are a few options for staying connected:

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What Is A Pocket WiFi Device? (And How To Use One)

Posted by Milen Vasilev on Mar 9, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Traveling to the US on business or for a family vacation and staying connected can be challenging. Getting around is relatively easy in the US, although it is generally very reliant on cars. You will usually find a WiFi connection at your hotel, some restaurants, cafés, and some transportation hubs. These connections are often paid and it can be tedious and frustrating to get online using them. If you need a reliable connection to stay in touch with the office, planning ahead is very important. If you are an avid social media user and like to keep your family and friends updated, getting a portable pocket WiFi device is a very good idea. These devices are usually the size of a cell phone (or smaller) and connect to local network providers. There are many options out there that can fit your budget. Here is how it works:
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Topics: Outbound Business, Outbound Family

3 of the World's Cheapest Places to Live and Work Remotely

Posted by Milen Vasilev on Feb 28, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Southeast Asia attracts the most digital nomads because it has some of the cheapest places to live in the world. People are attracted to the low cost of living and warm climate. Thailand, in particular, is a popular destination with Chiang Mai and Bangkok as some of the most attractive and inexpensive. Many nomads also prefer the islands of Thailand and other countries in the area because here you can literally work from the beach. The number of digital nomad-friendly cities around the world is growing. However, most of them with a total cost of living under $1000 per month are in Southeast Asia. Chiang Mai is most famous for its low cost and here we will add three more destinations that are worth checking out.

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Topics: Outbound Business, Young Backpacker

Digital Nomads: Build A Company While Traveling The World

Posted by Milen Vasilev on Feb 21, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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The traditional company is founded in a fixed location by someone with know-how or a plan to capitalize on an innovation. With current technology, you don’t have to be fixed to one location. The world of business is slowly moving to the virtual world. A new generation of workers is on the rise that is opposed to the nine to five grind and wants to travel the world. Many of these digital nomads are well-educated or have worked for a major tech company. Some believe you can build your company while traveling the world. It is much cheaper to work remotely from places like Southeast Asia compared to San Francisco or other startups centers where the cost of doing business is rising.
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Topics: Outbound Business, Young Backpacker

Find Yourself Trips: 5-Minute Guide To National Parks of The US

Posted by Milen Vasilev on Feb 14, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Every once in a while you need to escape the hustle and bustle of your daily routine and get closer to nature. Natural wonders, with their grandiose stature and splendor, have the ability to recharge your batteries. Some of the greatest and best-kept natural parks are in the US and crossing borders to visit them is totally worth the time and effort. These wonders of nature attract millions of people each year. They are protected but accessible with just enough infrastructure to make them enjoyable vacation spots.

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Topics: Inbound Tourist, Young Backpacker

10 Useful Resources For Digital Nomads

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Jan 31, 2017 4:34:54 PM

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Many cities are gearing up for digital nomads. Startups are coming with solutions for nomad needs for anything from note taking to housing. Coworking spaces across the globe are consolidating and promoting joint memberships for mobile workers. You choose the freedom of open spaces to the traditional office, but it is important to introduce some structure to your remote workplace. In addition to typical digital nomad gear like a solid backpack, laptop, hard drive, and camera, this set of applications will help you navigate and stay in touch.  Here are a few services that will ease your workflow and online transactions:

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Travel Wifi: How To Have WiFi While Skiing In The US

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Jan 24, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Topics: Inbound Tourist, Young Backpacker

Finding A Business Wifi Solution For Travel In The US

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Jan 5, 2017 3:48:16 PM

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While the US is one of the most connected countries in the world, when you travel for business your time is limited and your needs are specific. American cities generally have a good infrastructure and public WiFi. Many restaurants and cafés provide their guests with WiFi, but those are a wifi solution are more suited for the casual internet user who is sharing photos and staying in touch with family and friends. For more formal use, like a business trip, a more sustainable wifi solution is in order. There are a few options to consider in order to stay on top of urgent emails and communicate with a home office, clients, and vendors.
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Topics: Outbound Business

How To Stay Online In The Great American Outdoors

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Dec 29, 2016 10:37:25 AM

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You would think that traveling into the wilderness is all about getting away from civilization and everything that connects you to it. But even the most conservative purists and professional explorers agree that using technology to improve your experience while in the wild can be a good thing. For one, staying connected can be helpful if you get injured. But for the most part, it is a way to navigate because nowadays even hiking paths are well mapped. Many outdoor enthusiasts bring multiple devices in order to share their explorations via social media and show how disconnected they really are. There are a few ways to stay connected depending on how far you are really going.

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Topics: Inbound Tourist, Young Backpacker

Options for Internet On The Go In The US

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Dec 22, 2016 10:53:02 AM

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Visiting the US on business usually requires you to have a well-planed itinerary and to stay connected so you can communicate with your office. Being able to make calls and answer emails is essentials especially if the goal of your trip is to establish business contacts like vendors or potential clients. The US is one of the most connected countries in the world and offers many options for you to stay in touch. But for a reliable and hassle free workflow at minimum cost you have to carefully consider your options. Depending on your length of stay in the US and your specific needs you want to consider one of the following options.

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