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  • The FCC net neutrality proposal: What it may mean for companies, ISPs

    #GRCchat participants discussed the FCC net neutrality proposal and what it might mean for companies, ISPs and consumers in this recap of SearchCompliance's monthly Twitter chat.

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  • Cleversafe’s dsNet helps ISPs launch DR service

    Cleversafe's dsNet is the foundation of a new kind of online disaster recovery service that its designers say will limit the impact of service provider outages.

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  • What would you do if your ISP folded?

    The bankruptcy of WorldCom and the continuing flux in the Internet services industry have network managers searching for strategies to make sure their connections stay up.

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  • Relying on an ISP’s firewall to protect your organization

    Can an organization rely on an ISP's firewall to secure its network, or does it need to have its own firewall and DMZ?

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  • Major ISPs can remove botnets, malware, CISO says

    Internet service providers have the ability to wipe nearly all malicious activity in their networks without stepping on individual privacy and civil liberties, says network security expert Adam Rice of Tata Communications Ltd. Rice, chief security officer a Mumbai-based Tata, India's largest ISP...

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  • Advocacy group looks to foster trust in foreign service providers

    A formal agreement with two Indian technology organizations expands the reach of the BITS program, with the goal of fostering trust in the security controls of international service providers.

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  • What would two-tiered Internet mean for MSPs?

    ISPs want a tiered Internet model, following a U.S. Court of Appeals' strikedown of the FCC's net neutrality rule. What would the impact be on MSPs?

    Techcopywriter690 pointsBadges:
  • Unorthodox ISPs jump on storage SaaS trend

    As hosted storage gets hot, an insurance broker and an ISP are among the businesses now trying to attract new clients by offering storage software as a service.

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