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A Big Shift Coming to Telecom

July 5, 2016

Our sector of the marketplace - telecommunications - is about to undergo a change. Yeah, we have been in a shift for a good while, but more is coming.

We went from TDM to VoIP to Hosted PBX to UCaaS to UC&C.

We went from T1 to cable broadband to Gigabit.

Change: Musical Chairs

June 28, 2016

This has to be the busiest year ever for musical chairs. People are company hopping like crazy. And companies have been chopping people like crazy.

The Conference Group laid off channel people.

What You Can Learn from the Music Industry

June 20, 2016

Watching the Uber/Lyft fight against the Hillsborough County PTC has been a front row seat to the old guard refusing to change.

The music industry died in 5 years. Blame it on Napster, but it was more about the Kingpins not wanted to change. Movies and TV are facing this, but seem to be adjusting better than the music industry did.

Tidbits #2438

June 7, 2016

Data Center, M&A, BK, Innovation, UCAAS and more in this episode of Tidbits.

Sendhub,a business SMS provider that raised $10M, was acquired by Cameo Global, a global managed IT shop that does some contact center work.

Salesforce's leadership position in CRM now gets e-commerce with Demandware $2.8B acquisition

Food for Thought (Tidbits #2434)

May 2, 2016

Tidbits today but not all of them are about telecom.

From James Altucher: "Automation is eating the world. Every time a line of software is written, a job is lost." VR, 3D printing, AI and robotics will make us all unemployed soon. what then?

The Work-Life Balance

March 10, 2016

It is said that if you love what you do, that is the perfect work-life balance. Unfortunately, not many people love what they do. In fact, very few do.

Buddy: "Robert Scoble leaving Rackspace for UploadVR to explore augmented and virtual reality (story here)."

By the Numbers

February 10, 2016

Some interesting stats I have seen.

Saw stats that Vonage has 514,000 business seats.

"Birch recently announced the addition of 80,000 buildings to its Metro-Fiber network in November 2015." I wonder which cable provider they signed a wholesale agreement.

"Broadvoice brings its significant growth trajectory to the initiative: It serves more than 200,000 customers, with its business segment growing by 125% in 2015 alone." [CV mag]

End of Year News Tidbits (Part 2425)

December 24, 2015

As we end this year, there has been a flurry of "news".

Sprint gave its employees layoffs for the holidays. Despite the cash from Softbank, Sprint is losing ground to T-Mobile and has little hope of catching up to Ma and Pa Bell (ATT and VZW). It isn't about price as much as it IS about a quality network.

The B&N Lesson

December 15, 2015

Reading this blog post this morning from author and former Green Beret, Bob Mayer (who also teaches writers and publishes writers) about the troubles of B&N got me thinking - and writing this post.

It is interesting to me that music learned the lesson of digital disruption first but no one else even considered that it could happen to them. Next came movies, newspapers and the book industry.

The book publishing industry has been in a war with Amazon for the last three years.

People on the Move

July 31, 2015

I don't usually blog about people changing jobs but there has been an exodus of talent from the CLEC world mainly to the cloud world. I find that interesting because the CLECs for the most part are floundering. Getting rid of talent just to make the quarterly numbers look good is dumb. Reading Seth Godin's blog, Three things that make CEOs stupid, you can see it happening every day.

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