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Published: 2017-01-16T08:10:42-08:00


The Comunicano for January 16th 2017 Has Been Published


The Comunicano for January 16th 2017 JANUARY 16 - ISSUE #1 Presenting the debut 2017 Edition of The Comunicano. We’re on a new platform, Revue, and the approach will be a bit different too. There will still be at least eight stories a day to keep you informed, and there may even be some commentary. With each issue we’ll also be making some tweaks and changes so tell me what you think and most of all share the Comunicano. Top Tech Noise Top Tech Noise is what’s hot you need to know about today. Being a semi-holiday, not much is...

Unlimited Data Going Going But Not Yet Gone


You have to love it when the mobile operators entice you with "unlimited data" and then as demand creeps up on them, they start to roll back on what you get, and raise the price too. Over the past two days, both Verizon and AT&T have made announcements impacting the grandfathered "Unlimited Data Plan" holders. Makes you wonder if this is coincidence or collusion at times. I don't think it's either. It's likely just more reaction to what T-Mobile is doing. The reality is it's nice that the carriers are finally coming clean on "unlimited" not being that, with speed...

My Thoughts on 2017


As the New Year is now here there's an upbeat feeling in the business community bolstered by a feeling that 2017 will be a banner year for non-technology companies expanding their buying of technology startups. With 43 of those types of companies now under my belt, ranging from taking a company wire to wire, to being there at the start, middle and end of the process, there's some key trends I'm seeing, both in VoIP as well as also in the collaboration space. For starters, Intellectual Property will be a key driver for which companies get acquired. That means patents...