Senate votes to change internet privacy rules

Senate votes to change internet privacy rules

The Senate moved Thursday to undo Obama-era regulations that would have forced internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon to ask customers’ permission before they could use or sell much of their personal information.  Senators voted along party lines, 50-48, to eliminate the rules. The Federal Communications Commission had put the regulations in place in October. They were not in effect yet.

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The Growing Niche for Telecom Consultants

The Growing Niche for Telecom Consultants

Network convergence—the merging of voice and data—has opened a whole Pandora’s Box of services and solutions that enhance workforce collaboration and productivity. How do you pick the best solutions for your business? Use a Telecom Consultant. Just as you would want expert advice on insurance, investments or any large purchase, a Telecom Consultant will help you navigate the thousands of options available to select the right providers. Read how.

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A guide to all those weird words your teen uses

A guide to all those weird words your teen uses

Teens these days drop so many “lits,” “fams,” and “wokes,” that you never know if they’re giving you a compliment or secretly planning to set your house on fire. It’s partly the natural evolution of language and part byproduct of text messaging and social media. Next time you are looking at your teen's social media, this might be a helpful guide to help you interpret what the heck they are saying!

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Comtel Receives Recognition from The Alliance Partners

At the recent quarterly meeting of The Alliance Partners Board, Comtel Communications was recognized with a plaque in gratitude for the many contributions it and owner Ben Humphreys have made in advancing the efforts of this organization.  David Gardner, Chairman of the Board of the Agent Alliance and President of Advantage Communications Group LLC, presented the plaque. To read the proclamation, click the link below.