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Lead Users to the Wireless Promised Land

Best-in-class organizations have two times less staff than other organizations to manage the wireless device lifecycle, according to a recent study by Aberdeen Group. The research firm says the discrepancy is because those companies have well-documented wireless policies to ensure accountability and compliance. Could it be that they also have access to better resources such […]

Premature Victory

Posted: 4/2003 Premature Victory As I write this, I am wrapping up a day covering the FCC’s ruling in the Triennial Review of the unbundling requirements. By the time you are reading this, we may know a lot more about what exactly was decided by the agency, but from where I sit right now, it […]

Premature Victory

Posted: 4/2003 Premature Victory As I write this, I am wrapping up a day covering the FCC’s ruling in the Triennial Review of the unbundling requirements. By the time you are reading this, we may know a lot more about what exactly was decided by the agency, but from where I sit right now, it […]

Soap Box – Days of Reckoning for Telecoms May Lead VoIP Carriers to Promised Land

Posted: 12/2001 Soap Box Days of Reckoning for Telecoms May Lead VoIP Carriers to Promised Land By Eric Weiss Eric Weiss Voice over the Internet is enjoying new found respectability because it addresses the top three concerns of wholesale carriers today — profitability, quality and credit. Despite falling margins and a capital market that has […]

"The Check is in the Mail"

Posted: 05/1998 "The Check is in the Mail" Local Competition in New York By Andrew O. Isar Promises and reality are often miles apart. Despite the best of intentions (or lack thereof), promises have a nasty habit of not being met. When a promise is made by someone with a dubious record of keeping promises, […]

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