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FCC to Attempt “Reasonable” Net Neutrality

CloudComputingHaving twice been told by federal courts that the FCC does not have the authority to regulate the Internet in the same manner in which it regulates voice communications (that quaint POTS service that ran over phone lines), the FCC is now back with an attempt to impose net neutrality within the bounds defined by the courts.  Continue reading FCC to Attempt “Reasonable” Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality and the Cloud

As we stated in our previous post about WikiLeaks, we do not do politics here at The Virtualization Practice. But we do analyze the technical and economic impacts of issues which may appear in the political realm. With this as our charter, we take a look at the current state of the Net Neutrality debate and decisions and their potential impact upon the evolution of Cloud Computing. Continue reading Net Neutrality and the Cloud