Mobile Beacon Internet Hotspots Help Keep Nonprofits Connected

Working out of Rhode Island, Delaware and Florida, Providence-based Capital Good Fund employees are often on the road and in need of reliable internet access.

After the recent Equifax data breach, the nonprofit loan agency’s CEO, Andy Posner, said it’s “important to … ensure protection from hacking” and not have employees rely on “unprotected Wi-Fi at a Starbucks,” while on the road.

Enter Mobile Beacon – a Johnston-based internet service provider, which offers discounted internet access to schools, libraries and nonprofit organizations – or what they call “anchor institutions” – across the United States.

Read more at Providence Business News.

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