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TMI: Tech Companies’ Insatiable Appetites for Data, and How Enterprises Can Avoid Over-Sharing

In the past few months, we’ve witnessed a torrent of revelations about tech companies’ collection and sharing of user information. Every link in the chain is culpable: device manufacturers, wireless carriers, app developers, social media platforms, and data brokers and analytics firms. From mobile carriers selling access to users’ real-time […]

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) and How It Affects Your Service Provider Agreements – A Beginner’s Guide

It’s long been known that U.S. regulation of enterprises’ handling of personal information (PI) they collect is – except for specialized circumstances – light-handed.  To be sure, some specialized requirements exist.  Health information is subject to specific regulation under the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); financial institutions have […]

Promoting Development of Communications

Communications infrastructure refers to the underlying public and private property that is needed to create a communications network … things like cell towers, land on which to build towers, rooftops, and even local rights-of-way. Knowing how to navigate the legal and regulatory environment could help enterprises realize faster – and […]

Alternative Wireless Local Access Solutions

If you’ve ever been tasked with buying access for a site where fiber or copper is scarce, you probably have turned to alternative wireless local access solutions. These solutions used to be limited to expensive line-of-site microwave or high latency satellite. But today, there are a number of solutions available […]

SIP Trunking – An Enterprise Connect Session Summary

TC2 Project Directors Tony Mangino and Joe Schmidt recently chaired a panel discussion on SIP Trunking at Enterprise Connect, a long-running annual conference where industry experts lead discussions on the latest systems, software, services and applications for enterprise communications and collaboration. The panelists included SIP Trunking product managers from AT&T, Comcast, Tata, and […]