The FCC voted on the topic of Net Neutrality today and passed strong rules to pass the open Internet.
Yesterday, the FCC voted to update that definition in order to keep up with the times and reflect consumer demand. The new standard sets broadband equivalent or greater than 25 megabits per second download and 3 megabits per second upload.
Looking to take on Google Apps and Microsoft’s Office 365/Exchange, Amazon Web Services introduced Amazon WorkMail.
President Obama gave his 2015 State of the Union address last night. In it, there were a few specific mentions of technology that could provide a look at the direction the country is moving.
The 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show starts tomorrow, January 6th, and runs through January 9th. The topic this year promises to show the largest “Internet of Things” showcase.
Over the weekend, customers of the service were sent an email claiming that the site was shutting down.
Amazon.com is proving itself quite forgiving while also providing a few political favors to Illinois politicians in an election year.
Microsoft is hosting an event at noon (Central time) today to discuss what’s next for Windows and the enterprise.
In July, Microsoft switched from Prometric to Pearson VUE as the administrators of the Microsoft Certified exams. This week they are announcing an expansion to that partnership and new offerings for IT Pros interested in becoming certified.
Mondo’s 2014 IT Salary Guide just came out Friday so the data is hot and fresh.
Happy SysAdmin Day to all of the IT Pros that go above and beyond!
Amazon announced their latest offering this morning, Kindle Unlimited.