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By Jeff Nolan on April 6, 2010
Comcast won a major legal case it filed against the FCC regarding Comcast’s attempt to throttle BitTorrent traffic on their network. The FCC fined Comcast on the grounds that it violated their net neutrality policy, and Comcast took them to court arguing that not only were they wrong to regulate internet data on the grounds […]
By Susan Scrupski on April 6, 2010
The Council frequently conducts Q&A teleconference call-ins with e20 gurus. The calls are very casual, but are always illuminating and worth the 60-minute investment for everyone who shows up. Last week’s guru Q&A was with Jeff Dachis, head of The Dachis Group here in Austin.
As I listened to Jeff’s preamble about who he was and where [...]
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By Vinnie Mirchandani on April 6, 2010
My upcoming book, The New Polymath due in June, has case studies on Kleiner Perkins, salesforce.com, Plantronics and plenty of discussions of Google, Apple and other Valley innovators. But it also showcases plenty of innovation in places in the rest of the globe. Here are a few of the many examples across the book (and […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on April 6, 2010
It’s been a very rewarding road the last few years with customers and colleagues as we’ve built up our premier consulting practice into a well-respected boutique services firm. However, all companies must evolve and grow to meet the needs of the marketplace. Thus, today I’m extremely pleased to announce that we are taking things to […]
By Jason Busch on April 6, 2010
In Part 2 of our series looking at shortlists of “strategic sourcing” or e-sourcing vendors, we’ll tackle specialist optimization providers Trade Extensions and CombineNet. I will caveat this post (as I have and will continue to do with others in the series) with the point that these views represent the opinions of a single person […]