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IDG News Service |
ITIF has estimated that the US cloud sector could lose up to $35bn over three years in the wake of PRISM.
PC World |
Paid prioritization could help Internet of Things applications achieve better performance and enhance future development, says Doug Brake.
Philadelphia Tribune |
The recent FCC ruling is just the first step in a multi-month process that will include significant consumer input and cries that it represents the end of the Internet are a bit premature.
FierceHealthIT |
ITIF has called for the creation of national telemedicine guidelines including setting a standard definition and establishing a single, federal licensure for providers.
Government Health IT |
ITIF issues a call for congressional action to spur expansion of telehealth services.
Tech News World |
The FCC has given preliminary approval to a controversial new approach to Net neutrality
GreenBiz 101 |
It is already clear that businesses and cities can benefit from connected machines in tangible ways.
FedScoop |
Daniel Castro commended the administration for its efforts, but said the report is a “reminder that we have a long way to go before Washington gets over its fear of big data.”
E Pluribus Unum |
“With this legislation, big data is finally coming of age in the federal government,” says Daniel Castro.
Computer World |
Doug Brake argues broadband adoption needs to be as important a component of policy as access.
Ozy |
Foreign cloud providers are leveraging the current queasiness over U.S. government spying to grab business, says Daniel Castro.
CIO |
Doug Brake argues there needs to be a balance between expansion of gigabit networks and improving existing infrastructure.
Computerworld |
We should be very mindful of creating a global organization with little accountability, says Daniel Castro.
Computerworld |
Internet protests are increasing because they tend to be effective against Web services and online networks allow people to mobilize quickly, says Daniel Castro.
Fedscoop |
Undersecretary of Commerce Mark Doms discussed the economic benefits of open data at a panel discussion hosted by the Center for Data Innovation.