Calif. PUC Files Appeal To FCC's Vonage Decision -- Maybe
Setting itself up for a potential regulatory flip-flop, the California Public Utilities Commission has filed a petition for review with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit challenging the FCC's recent decision to exempt Voice over IP provider Vonage Holdings from state-by-state regulations -- a petition that the CPUC itself may seek to overturn when new commissioners come on board Jan. 11.
Sprint's Wholesale Cell Phone Business Gets Popular
The missing piece in the bundles that telecommunications companies offer consumers is typically cell phone service, which may explain why Sprint Corp. is becoming popular as a reseller of its cell phone service.
Convergence Up Close
These real-world BPM, text mining and EII deployments demonstrate the value of uniting data and content. But which technologies are ready for your enterprise?
When Worlds Collide
To meet compliance requirements, gain a sharper view of customers and achieve process excellence, look to new integration technology that can merge separate data resources.
The Business of Better IT
IT service management: Is it the key to running IT like a business? Nationwide Insurance veteran Kelly Cannon shares his insight on ITSM implementation.
Out With the Old? Not So Fast; Oracle vs. PeopleSoft
Whose Business Process Is It Anyway?
Who owns a business process? It's probably something CIOs need to consider a lot more often. It doesn't seem like a big deal until someone wants to change, document, monitor, measure, or eliminate one of these amorphous processes.
Sprint, Nextel Agree To Merge
The deal, valued at $35 billion, will create a large wireless service provider to compete with wireless rivals Cingular and Verizon.
Active Directory: A Linux Administrator's Best Friend
Believe it or not, Linux and Windows can be friends, at least when they share a common directory. Throw in a dash of LDAP and a pinch of SSL, and you've got the recipe for a flexible yet reliable authentication framework.
Securing Wireless E-Records
As workers turn to wireless devices to improve care, hospital locks down its network to keep patient data confidential
Penguin Announces Linux Cluster-In-A-Box
Penguin Computing has unveiled new Linux-based blade servers that can be configured as a "cluster in a box," offering a dense package when combined with Scyld Beowulf Linux clustering software.
Treasury Picks AT&T For IP Network
A new high-speed, IP-based network will connect more than 1,000 domestic locations and tens of thousands of users in the United States and overseas.
A Phone Number For Life
A New England telecom-services provider pushes on the telecom market with one-price lifetime voice-over-IP package