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Survey: Half of Enterprises Lack File-Sharing Security

M-Files, a provider of document management solutions, released results from a survey of working professionals that found that nearly half (46 percent) of respondents have stored confidential company information on their personal file sharing and sync apps.

Microsoft, Cisco Play Nice

Heavyweight unified communications competitors Microsoft Corp. and Cisco Systems Inc. highlighted interoperability plans between the two companies at a joint press conference in New York City this week. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Cisco CEO John Chambers laid out areas of future collaboration, and noted that the two have a history of working together despite […]

Not Necessarily the News

Making a Virtual Living YouTube is rewarding its top content contributors by sharing ad-generated revenue with them. Popular figures such as Lonelygirl 15, HappySlip and Valentina of valsart diary already have gotten some of that money, as well as promotional opportunities. In fact, Valentina has attained her dream of making a living as an artist […]

AT&T Plans 3G Video Sharing Service

Starting this summer, AT&T Inc.s wireless customers in more than 50 markets will be able to add video to their cell calls and share the content as part of a planned service the carrier began demonstrating at the CTIA Wireless show Tuesday. Video Share, a 3G-enabled offering, allows users to send a live video stream […]

McGraw Communications Touts Profit Sharing Program

McGraw Communications (Booths 605-607), a New York-based CLEC, announced it is offering a unique Profit Sharing Program (PSP) that enables qualified channel partners to gain equity in their customer bases. Taking a cue from industry mergers over the past few years, McGraw said it has created a program that will allow partners to continue to […]

AB&T Joins McGraw’s Profit Sharing Program

McGraw Communications Inc. recently announced its partnership with AB&T Telecom as part of its newly created Profit Sharing Program (PSP). PSP allows partners to earn more per customer, build brand identity, own their own customer bases and provides a migration path to becoming a service provider, according to McGraws president John Cunningham. McGraws new partner, AB&T Telecom, […]

Telcos Likely to Seek Broadband Deregulation

In a victory for the cable TV industry seeking deregulation of their DSL networks, the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld an FCC ruling that frees cable operators from requirements to open their broadband lines to other Internet service providers. The high court ruled in late June that the FCC had the right to treat cable […]

Cutting Telecom Fraud May Impede Terrorists

By Frances Feld, CAE The fight against telecommunications fraud is not solely about staving off substantial revenue losses - $35 billion to $40 billion, according the Communications Fraud Control Association’s 2003 survey of carriers in 26 countries. It also is about preventing telephone companies from being unwitting accessories to crimes and terrorism. If it were possible […]

Raising Rural Routes

Posted: 10/2003 Raising Rural Routes Independent Telco Alliances Band Together to Market Carrier Services By Khali Henderson Independent telcos and cooperatives serving rural America have long banded together in alliances essentially converging their networks on a statewide basis. This summer, 17 such alliances (see list) have joined forces as an alliance of alliances called the […]

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