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How to be the #1 Managed Service Provider MSP

May I introduce you to SP Homerun Inc Chief Thought Leader Joshua Feinberg? He presented on the topic "How MSPs, Hosted and Cloud...

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At ITEXPO, Cloudonix Adds Contextual Calling to Their Cost-Effective CPaaS Solution

At ITEXPO in Fort Lauderdale, I spoke with Eric Klein COO and Nir Simionovich Cloudonix.io to follow up on our conversation from last year...

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Digital Transformation of Industry has Arrived thanks to Blockchain

Blockchain not just enables but encourages Digital Transformation of IndustryDigital transformation is being raced into by companies - and we're not exaggerating....

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Jeff Pulver to Present at ITEXPO 2018 BlockChain

Retro Jeff Pulver and friends from VON show 2007...see anyone you know?!Jeff Pulver, who I can't help but follow every direction he...

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190 million people use Quora | you should, too

Using Quora 5 - 10 minutes per week in a meaningful way is destined to be much better for your business than...

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Chelsea Manning: Top U.S. Traitor and Leaker, May Become Senator

History Will Remember the U.S. Government as Going too Easy on Hackers and Leakers Photo courtesy of APThe United States made a...

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The End (and Beginning) of a Good Thing

After approximately 13 years and over 650 Tuesday morning blogs for Dialogic (and actually one last Thursday and this past Sunday), this...

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I received this excellent e-mail today regarding VoIP regulation.

July 17, 2004

It was too good not to post. Re: VoIP Regulation is NOT a Deal-Breaker for VoIP Adoption By Rich Tehrani, Group Editor-in-Chief, INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. Dear Mr. Tehrani: I couldn't help but call my high school son and daughter to show them this shameless propaganda for your advertisers. Your assertion that we, the end users, should focus mostly on features and capabilities rather than cost does a huge disservice to even your primary audience (the telecom vendor community). Do you not realize that regulatory red tape and parasitic fees/ taxes limit the entire market? One glance at DSL in the US vs. elsewhere in the world should convince you.

I received this excellent e-mail today regarding VoIP regulation.

July 17, 2004

It was too good not to post. Re: VoIP Regulation is NOT a Deal-Breaker for VoIP Adoption By Rich Tehrani, Group Editor-in-Chief, INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. Dear Mr. Tehrani: I couldn't help but call my high school son and daughter to show them this shameless propaganda for your advertisers. Your assertion that we, the end users, should focus mostly on features and capabilities rather than cost does a huge disservice to even your primary audience (the telecom vendor community). Do you not realize that regulatory red tape and parasitic fees/ taxes limit the entire market? One glance at DSL in the US vs. elsewhere in the world should convince you.

Very Foolish Move Intel

July 1, 2004

I just received this letter

July 1, 2004

Microsoft Makes use of largest Human Organ

June 28, 2004

My fifth grade science teacher taught us that skin was the largest organ in our body. Finally, us geeks will be able to use all that space for something useful. Radio Shack sells a really interesting home-automation system named Plug 'n Power that uses your in-home wiring as a bus allowing you to control electrical devices throughout the house. Basically, the system piggybacks frequencies on top of the signal in your wires to communicate between devices. Microsoft takes this one step further by allowing you to use your skin as the bus. In a recent patent filing, number 6,754,472 they mention that a variety of devices have redundancy or in other words, watches, radios, pagers and PDAs all need speakers.

My fifth grade science teacher

June 28, 2004

My fifth grade science teacher taught us that skin was the largest organ in our body. Finally, us geeks will be able to use all that space for something useful. Radio Shack sells a really interesting home-automation system named Plug 'n Power that uses your in-home wiring as a bus allowing you to control electrical devices throughout the house. Basically, the system piggybacks frequencies on top of the signal in your wires to communicate between devices. Microsoft takes this one step further by allowing you to use your skin as the bus. In a recent patent filing, number 6,754,472 they mention that a variety of devices have redundancy or in other words, watches, radios, pagers and PDAs all need speakers.

Why we Need Wimax

June 15, 2004

I recently wrote an article

June 15, 2004

A Bachelor Party and Wireless Store

June 11, 2004

Recently I had a bachelor party in Las Vegas for a good friend followed by a speech at the Concerto User Group Meeting on Monday morning. If you get a chance to stay at The Hotel at Mandalay Bay, you should give it a shot. Very nice accommodations More like a W hotel in Manhattan. The level of snootiness is high however.

AT&T CallVantage Turning up the Heat

May 24, 2004

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