When it comes to telecom negotiations, most telecom managers have a difficult time. I see far too many contracts riddled with unacceptable clauses and...
Smartphones don't look particularly dangerous. But in the wrong hands, they can cause serious damage to a company's finances, reputation, and even long-term survivability.
Cable companies are waking up to the opportunity to serve small to midsize businesses. Cox, for one, serves a mixture of VoIP, ethernet, and other services.
Analysis: Does Comcast's court win kill network neutrality? Hardly, and here's why.
Analysis: A rush to legislation risks the neutrality of access that everyone's so eager to preserve.
Analysis: As our virtual lives expand, it's fair to worry whether the Internet structure can keep up.
Despite a House bill that proposes an investment of roughly $6 billion and a Senate bill for $8 billion, universal broadband faces many roadblocks.
Love him or hate him, you've got to respect a guy who won't give up his BlackBerry.
President-elect Barack Obama considers Internet infrastructure to be key. But how we define an ISP could have far-reaching consequences.
Analysis: Pundits insist young workers today are fundamentally different because they grew up texting. Think again.