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Voice is (Not) Dead

For nearly 15 years, telecom industry pundits have declared the death of voice, or at least the death of the traditional PSTN network.  This claim that voice is dead is a bit overstated, but one could reasonably argue that it’s now on life support.  Listen to this 10 minute podcast […]

California Consumer Privacy Act is a Game Changer for Large IT, Telecom, and Outsourcing Customers

On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA” or “Act”) took effect.  It is a game changer for enterprise users of telecom, IT, and outsourcing services.  Although its protections are limited to California “consumers” (a statutory term that includes both a business’s customers and employees), most large […]

Voice is (NOT) Dead

For the last decade, the industry and press have declared the death of voice, or at least the traditional PSTN network.  Like the premature report of Mark Twain’s death, the reports are exaggerated, but not without merit.  Voice is dying, but it is not dead; in the telecom industry, change […]

Atlanta Conference – April 21, 2020

Join LB3 and TC2 in Atlanta for a half-day conference focused on how to procure best-in-class IT and telecom services while driving cost savings to your organization’s bottom line. Our upcoming get-together in Atlanta will focus on topics of critical interest for network sourcing and IT service professionals including: next-generation […]

Information Security Demands More than Privacy Laws Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act has made headlines in recent weeks (including in several LB3 podcasts “A Summary CCPA Procurement and Compliance Guide for Your IT and Telecoms Agreements” and “How the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 Affects Your Service Provider Agreements“); this week because the California Attorney General […]

Catching the 5G Wave – Part 2

In this second episode of the two-part podcast series Catching the 5G Wave, TC2’s David Lee and Joe Schmidt continue their discussion on how 5G will impact the enterprise.  David and Joe explain why new devices are needed to take advantage of the faster speeds, lower latency, and guaranteed service […]