BellSouth, Yahoo! to Co-Brand Services

BellSouth Corp. and Yahoo! Inc. today announced they are providing co-branded broadband service to BellSouth FastAccess DSL subscribers throughout the carriers nine-state operating region. Yahoo! has a similar deal with SBC Communications; the two companies co-brand DSL and related content. Starting late next year, all new BellSouth residential broadband subscribers will receive the co-branded services, […]

Bloggers Gone Wild

Attending a Sun Devil football or basketball game is now a high-tech, free-forall experience. Fans of the Arizona State University teams can blog onto an interactive big screen during the pre-game events, thanks to Verizon Wireless, which is ASUs exclusive wireless provider. This TXT-2-Screen technology helps Sun Devil fans create pre-game entertainment for everyone in […]

CIMCO Services Address Network Security

In an effort to address the growing network security concerns of corporations, CIMCO Communications Inc. is offering a suite of new services to fight viruses, spam and unwanted content. CIMCO SecureBiz Email Security Services, managed by CIMCO security experts, free up internal IT resources for more strategic projects. The problems of spam and viruses no […]

Ignoring Anti-Spam Laws Is Risky Business

Signed into law by President Bush in December 2003, the CAN-SPAM Act (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003) recently has been invoked in several federal and state actions brought against businesses employing commercial e-mail advertising. As these cases illustrate, the CAN-SPAM Act carries potentially serious pitfalls for businesses - including telecommunications […]

CAN-SPAM Offers Recipe for E-marketing

Posted: 2/2004 CAN-SPAM Offers Recipe for E-marketing By David O. Klein, Esq., and John T. Um, Esq. After what seemed to be a never-ending pause, a federal law regulating unsolicited commercial e-mail finally was enacted. On Dec. 16, 2003, President Bush signed into law the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of […]

Sales Seminars – Nose to the Grindstone

Nose to the Grindstone By Tara Seals Do you feel like your time is not your own? Always under the gun and behind? Do you wish you could spend more time with your family and less time catching up on paperwork? Overworking at the expense of other areas of life is a chronic problem for […]

Soap Box: ISPs Must Back Common Anti-spam Policies, Technologies

Posted: 9/2003 ISPs Must Back Common Anti-spam Policies, Technologies By Laurence S. Donahue, Esq. The wave of disgust over unwanted, unsolicited, offensive and fraudulent e-mail is reaching a fever pitch in the United States as Congress faces pressure from consumer groups and state attorneys general to take a hard-line approach to curbing these annoyances. Americans […]

PARTNER CHANNEL: Partners Become SMBs’ Spam-fighting Force

Posted: 9/2003 Partners Become SMBs’ Spam-fighting Force By Russell Morgan Spam is expensive, irritating and time-consuming. Nobody likes it, everybody with an e-mail address complains about it, and some of the biggest companies in the country are waging a very public war against it. Right now, many solution providers may be asking how they can […]

Block or Tackle

Posted: 9/2003 Block or Tackle Congress Weighs Anti-Spam Bills By Josh Long Congress has introduced several bills to combat the deluge of spam streaming across U.S. networks. The action could help Internet service providers prevent unwanted messages from reaching their customers. Some spam experts are reticent to predict which bills (see list below) have a […]


Posted: 6/2003 Spam Jam Spam accounts for 24 percent of corporate mailbox traffic and could grow to nearly half (49 percent) by 2007, The Radicati Group Inc. found. The real cost of spam is not in user productivity, which is highly subjective, but rather in the cost of the messaging infrastructure required to support inflated […]

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