Legal Trouble for CenturyLink

Legal Trouble for CenturyLink

CenturyLink, the nation’s third largest landline provider, is facing a set of class action lawsuits in seven states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon and Washington).  These lawsuits all stem from accusations of overbilling and billing for...
Verizon Shutting Down Its Public Cloud

Verizon Shutting Down Its Public Cloud

Verizon is shutting down its Public Cloud offering and giving its users two months – until April 12 – to move their data.  Their Public Cloud is the set of services that compete head to head withthe likes of Amazon, Google and Microsoft Azure.  Several...

Three Telecom Mistakes Most Organizations Make During a Merger

Mergers and Acquisitions have long been a fact of life in corporate America, and increasingly they are a fact of life in the nonprofit sector as well.  Reading the news about the recent merger between Kraft Foods and Heinz to create Kraft Heinz Co., is a reminder that...
Google Goes Wireless

Google Goes Wireless

Recently, Google announced plans to enter the wireless (cellular telephone) business – a move which we have been talking about for some time.  In this post, the eighth in our series Telecom Tip Tuesdays we will talk about Google going wireless and what this...
What is VoIP?

What is VoIP?

For this post, the seventh installment in our Telecom Tip Tuesdays series, we are going to get a little technical.  We are going to spend the next few posts talking about subjects that are a little confusing, but have a lot of impact on how we will communicate with...
How to manage your mobile data

How to manage your mobile data

No one likes the surprise cellular bill announcing that you’ve exceeded your data plan.  Most modern plans will provide unlimited use of talk and text while charging for a pool of data, so managing your organization’s use of data is the best way to control...

Pin It on Pinterest