Written by Mark Norton Monday, 26 April 2010 12:56
This is the second of a five part article on Net Neutrality. See the previous Article: Net Neutrality: 1/5 - The Players
The Five Issues: This post concentrates on the five issues you should consider when talking about Net Neutrality. I have written this from the perspective of the consumer and small business owner. I think I've covered them for the most part, if you disagree, or have any thoughts on the subject, please leve a comment.Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 June 2010 15:46
Written by Mark Norton Monday, 26 April 2010 12:55
This is the first of a five part article on Net Neutrality.
I believe that Net Neutrality cannot be explained in one paragraph. I know that some (and some very smart people at that) try to simplify it down to it's basic essence, which, in my own words, is this:
One person or computer (A) should be able to reach any other person or computer (B) via the Internet as long as they both agree that they are going to have a conversation. As long as A and B are using standard TCP/IP protocols, no individual or corporation should be tampering with or hindering traffic from said conversation without permission from party A and/or B.
If you're happy with that you can skip the rest of the reading and go about your business or perhaps enjoy a tasty beverage.
Still here? Ok, me too.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 June 2010 15:44
Written by Administrator Tuesday, 20 April 2010 10:51
-Teams with Quarta Mobile to extend and mobilize real-time
Unified Communications tools to iPhones-
Sunnyvale, CA, April 19 2010 – Zultys Inc., an award-winning IP telephony solution provider for SMB and enterprises, and Quarta Mobile, Inc., an innovator of applications and services based on the Apple platform and devices, announced today the new Zultys iConnected™ Unified Communications client for the iPhone. The iConnected application provides real-time connectivity and integration with Zultys Unified Communications systems for iPhone users. iConnected delivers a complete Unified Communications experience to mobile workers allowing them to stay fully connected to their entire company and provides critical productivity-enhancing tools like presence, displayed visual voice mail, internal extension dialing, corporate directory access, and conducting IM sessions and emails right from the corporate directory.
Written by Administrator Friday, 19 March 2010 12:34
Since the FCC formally revealed its plan to expand broadband access on Tuesday, the idea has been generally well-received. And really, what’s there to protest so far? The plan’s stated goal is to connect “100 million households to affordable 100-megabits-per-second service, building the world’s largest market of high-speed broadband users and ensuring that new jobs and businesses are created in America.” It also stresses making broadband faster and more powerful.Last Updated on Thursday, 20 May 2010 19:29
Written by Mark Norton Wednesday, 17 March 2010 11:16
SUNNYVALE, California, March 16, 2010 – Zultys Inc., a leading provider of Unified Communications and VoIP Business Phone Systems since 2001, announced today that the award-winning MXIE™ Unified Communications client has been certified as “Compatible with Windows 7” by Microsoft and has earned the Windows 7 logo. The MXIE desktop client integrates and manages all of your communications functions. It lets you see the presence status of others in your company, send emails, control all your phone calls via desktop phones or a softphone, send and receive faxes, send secure Instant Messages and voice messages, use Visual Voicemail, launch a collaborative MXmeeting™ web conference session, and much more – all with a single mouse click.Last Updated on Saturday, 03 April 2010 16:00
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