A new research has found that only one UK company out of ten is
not using a business broadband connection, as opposed to the other
nine which are keen on accessing the internet.
Office for National Statistics has conducted the study which
included only companies that had more than ten employees.
Almost 90 per cent (87 per cent) of firms said that they used a
broadband line to connect
to the World Wide Web.
Another four per cent of companies admitted that they were going
online using non-broadband technology for instance dial-up, the
Office for National Statistics reported.
Earlier this week journalist Martin Shipton wrote in the Western
Mail saying that due to the lack of super speedy broadband, Welsh
businesses are suffering:
"All manner of businesses can use what is known more
prosaically as next-generation broadband to create new
opportunities for themselves, regardless of where they are