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Cash, Credit or Cell phone?

Wireless devices are on the road to becoming the next credit card. Is your enterprise ready? The Voice Report (Vol. 31, No. 11) Andrew M Brown Get ready: Through a variety of technologies and processes – RFID swipes, texting keywords to a specified address, or embedding credit card account numbers […]

SIP Trunking Contracts Part 2:

Fix (or Work Around) Limits on Your Flexibility No Jitter ( Deb Boehling, Ben Fox, Hank Levine, David Lee This is the second in a two-part article on procurement issues in SIP trunking, authored by the leading attorneys and consultants in the field, Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby and their […]

Telecom Billing and Payment Terms: Fighting the Hidden Costs

No Jitter Janine Goodman Lawyers at our firm, Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby, LLP (LB3), are often asked whether contract clauses concerning limitations of liability, force majeure or indemnification are ever actually invoked. No one ever asks this about billing and payment provisions. It is a truism of modern telecom […]

E911 Redux

4 Steps to Getting Started The Voice Report Andrew M. Brown Disparate state regulations and the mobility challenges posed by IP telephony can complicate your enterprise’s E911 strategy. Telecom attorney Andrew Brown shares his 4-step plan for deciding how to enable E911 on this episode, hosted by Voice Report’s Jessica […]

Avoiding Unexpected Cost Increases While Trying To Save

No Jitter ( Jim Blaszak & Andrew Brown Historically, enterprise customers have been able to count on annual telecom cost reductions of 10-15%. Even with greater industry concentration, well-done deals can still realize significant cost reductions. But in current economic conditions, where IT and telecom departments need to show some […]