Month: November 2013

Plain Old Telephone Service In the All-Internet World

According to this article from Arstechnica.com, an Astroturf group is pushing an AT&T agenda to deregulate telecom business as consumers now rely much more on the use of smart wireless devices, cellphones, wired Internet-enabled VoIP services, and over-the-top Internet-enabled applications, than traditional plain-old-telephony service (POTS). AT&T says that century-old rules designed to spread phone service to all …

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Technology Planning Matters a Lot to Nonprofits

Technology can be a large investment for a nonprofit – but it can also be a significant cost savings if you plan it well. Regarding The Techsoup blog’s article, What’s Involved in Technology Planning, technology planning can benefit nonprofit businesses by leveraging their limited resources. While technology continues changing quickly, the nonprofit business is trying …

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