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Jul 21 2014

NTCA Weighs In on Net Neutrality

There is no third rail on telecom policy quite like net neutrality. All a pundit needs to do is throw the term out in a policy conversation, and the topic is immediately hijacked. The best part is the concept of net neutrality is like the elephant and the four blind men—everyone sees what they want to …

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Jul 17 2014

Smartphones Don’t Always Equal Smart Work

Sitting in Dulles Airport this morning (I’m heading out early to our next regional meeting, kicking off in Denver this weekend, and taking the wonderful geographic coincidence to “play” spouse for my husband, who is attending a legal conference in Vail—sweet!), it really made me ponder the new distracted worker syndrome that has sprung up …

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Jul 16 2014

Double the Good Work for Rural Communities

I just returned last night from the NTCA regional meeting in Savannah, dodging thunderstorms most of the way (I went easy on all of the pralines I had squirreled away in my purse, knowing that those might not be the best thing to munch on during turbulence!). The meeting was terrific in so many ways, …

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Jul 15 2014

NTCA Regionals Explore Out-of-the-Box Thinking


NTCA’s first regional meeting kicked off this week in beautiful Savannah (which was a tad stormy as we left today). I loved the energy in the room and the way our members were willing to roll up their sleeves to get to work. The speakers all hit the mark on “The Internet of Things,” cybersecurity, …

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