Category Archives: networking

Enough about data caps: They’re a terrible idea

Originally posted on Gigaom:
In a recently published piece, Prof. Daniel Lyons of the Boston College Law School argued that broadband data caps are a reasonable form of price discrimination. Lyons believes that data caps allow ISPs to more equitably…

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Hacking Sand Hill: How the cloud will help security startups lure VCs

Originally posted on Gigaom:
The computer security industry is far from an easy place to build a successful startup. Security has traditionally been controlled by a small group of established firms that maintain a vice-like grip on the major IT…

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A new way to sell used IT equipment

A new way to sell used IT equipment http://news.idg.no/cw/art.cfm?id=AB132E87-F217-297A-A677DE7FC8CEE151 Excellent strategy for a disaster recovery solution.

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