P2P VoIP: A Black Hole for Media, Telecom

Change always has come quickly to those adversely affected by it and gently to those who benefit from it. There are two distinct classes of change, the voluntary and the inevitable. Voluntary change is a controlled process, usually scheduled, imposed and charged in accordance with a progressive implementation. Inevitable change is disruptive, happening despite existing […]

Weather Keeps It Comfortable for Golfers

The rain cleared up on Monday, giving 27 foursomes a pleasant day to play 18 holes at Oak Harbor Golf Club. Opened to critical acclaim in 1992, Oak Harbor was nominated by Golf Digest for Americas Best New Course of 1992 and was rated Four Stars by Golf Digest Places to Play. Golfers at this […]

Birdieon Hole 4

As blue herons looked on, 15 teams teed up at 8 a.m. Sunday for the CompTel/ASCENT golf tournament sponsored by Vero Systems Inc. (Booth 501). The teams played a shotgun start team scramble through Floridas humid midday sun at the Orlando Marriott World Centers Hawks Landing Golf Club. At just longer than 6,800 yards, the […]

There’s a Hole in the Bucket

Posted: 8/2003 There’s a Hole in the Bucket Analysts are calling 2003 the Year of the Bundle. It certainly seems to be shaping up that way as telecom service providers large and small are packaging local and long-distance services for consumers. The Bell companies, in response to competition from cable companies, wireless and long-distance companies, […]

There’s A Hole in the Bucket, Dear Telco

Posted: 10/2001 There’s A Hole in the Bucket, Dear Telco By Jeff Maszal, Donna Nogay and Kelly O’Donnell Hughes Are average American consumers — our mothers, our brothers, our classmates, our colleagues, our children — unreasonable? Most of us don’t need to see all the research studies to know that most customers have reasonable expectations, […]

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