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The Seven Deadly Sins of Telecom Procurements

The path of the righteous manager is beset on all sides. Especially when a contract is due Business Communications Review Hank Levine and Jim Blaszak Too many times, companies have come to us for help with a transaction after they have made mistakes that drastically lower their odds of getting […]

The Market A Year After The Mergers

Business Communications Review Hank Levine and Jim Blaszak We’re honored that BCR has asked us to take over the “back page” on Dick Kuehn’s retirement. Dick’s wisdom and curmudgeonly good sense are legendary, and like many of you, we learned a lot from him over the years. Like Dick, we […]

Finessing On-demand Software Deals

How to mitigate risk when getting your software on tap. Computerworld Marc Lindsey and Joaquin Gamboa If — or more likely when — your company considers on-demand software or software as a service (SaaS), it will have to wrestle with many businesses, legal and technical issues in the process of […]

MPLS’s Impact On Multinational Sourcing

Business Communications Review.  Asked his cap size at the beginning of spring training, Yogi Berra is said to have replied, “I don’t know, I’m not in shape.” That about says it all. Spring training is about getting back in shape for the season (although cap sizes aren’t necessarily the best […]

FCC Deregulates Verizon Broadband Prices

Corporate customers blast FCC’s unusual move and fear price increases Computerworld (www.computerworld.com) Matt Hamblen The Federal Communications Commission announced last week that it deregulated the prices Verizon Communications Inc. can charge businesses for high-speed data services, a move that outraged corporate customers. “Verizon was already price-gouging customers while it was […]