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Reevaluating Your Business’s Wireless Plan

In today’s hectic business world, many companies are choosing to go wireless. Cutting the cord to landlines and strapped monitors is proving to be beneficial for several reasons, including convenience, ease of access, immediate communication, and more. However, it is … Continue reading

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Explosive Growth in Mobile Data Traffic Will Continue

The amount of data consumed over mobile networks worldwide more than doubled every year for each of the last four years, according to a February report from the IT and telecom consulting company Cisco. Several other studies and forecasts of … Continue reading

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Disputed Regulation of Electronic Devices Stokes Conflict on Commercial Flights

Stories of bad behavior by airline passengers regularly make the news, but the most common kind of passenger misconduct doesn’t get widely reported (unless, perhaps, it’s perpetrated by a celebrity). Directives to turn off electronic devices or to cease in-flight … Continue reading

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Federal Agency Urges 50-State Ban on Driving While Using Cell Phones and Other Devices

It’s likely that your company or organization already has a policy that discourages cell phone usage by employees while they’re driving during work hours. If the National Transportation Safety Board were to get its way, such corporate cell phone policies … Continue reading

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‘Traffic Pumping’ Schemes Cost Millions in Artificially Generated Rural Carrier Access Fees

It won’t show up on a phone bill audit, but a slice of the money that you and your organization budget for telecom expenses could very well be going to subsidize other people’s free teleconferences, “adult chat” conversations or other … Continue reading

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FCC Shifting Definition of ‘Universal Service’ to Focus More on Broadband, Less on Voice

The way in which the Federal Communications Commission pursues its mission of ensuring that residents of every part of the United States have access to telecommunications services at reasonable prices is being re-evaluated to give greater importance to newer technologies. … Continue reading

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Tablet Computers Expected to Become Business Staples Over Next Two Years

The tablet computer made great strides in transitioning from tech toy to legitimate business tool in 2011. Early adopters have been learning how tablets do and don’t work in enterprise settings, while dealing with the new challenges that a tablet-equipped … Continue reading

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Telanalysis Supports Breast Cancer Charities

Although our day-to-day work focuses on telecommunications consulting, the people at Telanalysis also look beyond our business concerns to help the communities that we and our clients live in. Breast cancer affects families everywhere, afflicting hundreds of thousands of women … Continue reading

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What Does Technology “Convergence” Mean for Business Communications?

One thing the field of technology excels at is generating new terminology and trendy buzzwords. The tech world changes and evolves so rapidly that it continually bombards us with unfamiliar new terms and acronyms. Quite a few of these frankly … Continue reading

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Despite Lagging Economy, Telecom Spending Expected to Increase

Telecommunications costs, as a share of the average enterprise’s total budget, long ago rose to the point that made telecom spending a top line-item expense for most businesses and organizations.  As telecom and IT technologies converge, all the while growing … Continue reading

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