With so many hotels now promoting high-speed Internet access, you might think downloading e-mail messages in your room would be as easy as ordering a cheeseburger from room service — and twice as quick. But analysts and business travelers offer something of a reality check on the message of faster connectivity that is being pushed by the hospitality industry, saying that although such service is becoming more common, it is not something laptop-toting business travelers can count on when they check in. “It’s definitely not everywhere, and it definitely doesn’t always work,” said Rob Meinhardt, who recently started a company, Kace Networks, in Mountain View, Calif., to help provide remote access to corporate networks. Full Story
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