Knowledge of which solutions will help cities obtain the best connectivity will help decision makers build smart cities more effectively.
The state of California has taken direct action against the FCC’s anti-net-neutrality policies.
Companies like Comcast and AT&T are the big bullies of the broadband playground, but smaller ISP’s are providing services that may just be able to compete.
After year-long speculation the the FCC lied about a cyber attack, an OIG investigation has forced Pai to get in front of the discovery that the FCC actually lied about such an attack.
The commonwealth submitted a bill that aims to increase network transparency among all ISPs, and lend a hand to consumers utilizing the network.
While the GitHub acquisition is appealing to enterprise users, open source developers are leery of what the future might bring once the dust settles.
Decision makers looking to take their business online for e-commerce might consider software as a service providers, self-hosting, or the Cloud.
After a 23-12 vote, the California Senate passed a bill that creates strict laws that will protect net neutrality.
All 49 Democrats and 3 Republicans voted to block the FCC’s attempt to dissolve net neutrality.
The battle between big businesses and the government is slowing down decisions on when and how 5G will be deployed.