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Verizon Communications Inc.'s co-CEO Ivan Seidenberg on Tuesday mapped out the role ahead for large telecoms that are among the few players now with pockets deep enough to set the pace of the networking industry.
President Bush's newly installed cybersecurity czar, Richard Clarke, vowed Tuesday to enhance ways in which government and industry safeguard critical infrastructures against terrorism, but observers say hurdles stand in the way of full cooperation.
The White House will not pursue a national identification card system, despite renewed clamor from pockets of government and industry following the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Renewed clamor for a national identity card system has emerged in pockets of government and industry following September 11's terrorist attacks, but the idea also faces strong opposition from privacy advocates.
Telecom giants AT&T Corp. and WorldCom Inc. each unfurled IP VPN announcements at the abbreviated NetWorld+Interop show in Atlanta, while carrier Sprint Corp. announced a new method of manipulating fiber resources.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation may well use its packet-sniffing Carnivore system to intercept wireless data, because the wireless industry is now struggling to develop a technical and legal framework that would narrow law enforcement intercepts.
While Web hosting high-flier Exodus Communications' future reportedly hangs in the balance, stalwart telecoms may be readying themselves to dive even deeper into hosting with capital infusions that could well yield the spoils of this once red-hot sector.
Telecom titan WorlCom Inc. on Wednesday unveiled a hosted eCRM (customer relationship management) solution, signaling the carrier's intent to delve further into the hosted solutions market.
As their market contracts and players fall by the wayside, Web-hosting vendors gathered here Monday at Web Hosting Expo to hash out the future of an industry that hinges on gaining more business from the enterprise.
Likening the current TLD (top level domain) registration process for the emerging IP suffix ".biz" to an illegal lottery, a number of California companies recently filed suit against domain registrar Neulevel.
Cut free from its parent company, AT&T Wireless Group is on the prowl for corporate accounts, touting a strategy to echo its new-found independence.
According to new research, a majority of US companies are lukewarm on two major pushes underway in the privacy community: membership in privacy consortiums and the adoption of a new standard called P3P.
Despite the grim financials hanging over parts of the broadband landscape, the DSL Forum on Wednesday painted a positive picture of an industry poised to break through some of the key barriers that have held it back.
Online marketers are said to be lining up behind a U.S. Senate bill crafted to limit spam, or unsolicited e-mail, though privacy advocates claim the measure does not go far enough.