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November 21, 2012 By AT&T

Incoming Everything Everywhere chief shakes up team

New Everything Everywhere chief Olaf Swantee took charge on Thursday, radically shaking up the management team in the process.In a statement, Everything Everywhere — the merged operations of mobile operators Orange UK and T-Mobile UK — said the new management team would comprise 10 C-level executives.

September 2, 2011 by

Syncing Evolution & Google Apps

I have been playing with my new Android phone, the T-Mobile Pulse Mini. It’s great, because I can use Remember The Milk task management (in a GTD-stylee) on my laptop, and sync it with my phone.

May 21, 2010 by

Increase Your Performance! No, I didn't mean it like that…

Usually whenever I get an email with a subject line that contains the term “Increase Your Performance” - I tend to file it under junk, spam and filth if it hasn´t been directed towards that route automatically. So it was only by a whisper that I managed to save a mail detailing a new performance management developer community portal from destruction and quarantine earlier this week.

July 3, 2009 by

How to Avoid Collaboration Traps, Create Unity and Get Results

Collaboration - How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Create Unity, and Reap Big ResultsMorten T. HansenHarvard Business PressISBN 978-1-4221-1515-2The great power of Morten Hansen's book 'Collaboration', the result of fifteen years of research into internal collaboration in companies, is in providing leadership with a very solid underlying 'management architecture' with which to make decisions on collaborative efforts.

May 10, 2009 by

Three more HTC Google Android devices coming in 2009

I wrote up a comprehensive review of the T-Mobile G1 back in October and use the device a few times a month to see what is new and interesting in the Android space. I LOVE the notifications on the Android platform and this feature alone is almost compelling enough for me to suffer through the poor battery life and miserable memory management issues. I think the current hardware is targeted more at the mobile phone geek rather than the end consumer, but was pleased to read that three new HTC Android devices will arrive in 2009.

March 18, 2009 by

Podcast discussion on network management policies

I spent a little time chatting with some folks at the Technology Liberation Front doing a podcast today "Network Management Redux".  Sorry if I sounded a little groggy in the recording after the computer problems and AT&T DSL problems that kept me up all night.

February 7, 2008 by

Sun farms out network to AT&T

AT&T said Tuesday that it has won a deal to be the prime network management and maintenance contractor for Sun Microsystems. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

September 18, 2007 by

WhatsUp Gold Premium Edition v11

WhatsUp Gold provides valuable network and application monitoring capabilities. Its agent-less design, support for WMI and multi-user capabilities make it a good choice for small and medium-sized enterprises.

May 14, 2007 by

AT&T urges FCC to set telecom mandates

It looks like industry is starting to understand what's required in creating a disaster-proof telecommunications system. And it may be industry that leads and the government that follows. Hossein Eslambolchi, AT&T Corp.'s CIO, called on the FCC to require every communications provider to adopt crisis management plans, Computerworld reports.

September 13, 2005 by

Accenture lands $500 million AT&T deal

Telecom giant AT&T on Thursday said it inked a five-year, $500 million deal with management and technology consulting firm Accenture. The move is related to AT&T's push into the local services market.

April 17, 2003 by

AT&T plans 3,500 job cuts

AT&T will record a restructuring charge of around $240 million in the fourth quarter as it eliminates roughly 3,500 jobs, the company said Monday. The phone giant said about half of the "employee separations" will come from management.

January 6, 2003 by

AT&T taps Horton as new CFO

AT&T announced Thursday that it named Thomas Horton as the company's new chief financial officer. Horton replaces Charles Noski, who was named vice chairman of AT&T last February. Noski said last May that he would leave the company once the sale of its AT&T Broadband cable unit to Comcast is complete. AT&T expects to close the deal by the end of the year. Horton most recently served as chief financial officer of AMR, the parent company of American Airlines. He joined AMR in 1985 as a financial analyst and has held numerous positions in the finance department as well as being responsible for the general management of the airline's European operations from 1998 to 2000. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News

June 13, 2002 by

Optical switch maker Polaris closes $52 million round

Polaris Networks closed its second round of funding of $52 million, the company announced Monday. The round was led by Advanced Technology Ventures, which gains a seat on Polaris' board of directors, with new investors WK Technology, First Hand Capital Management and others. Previous investors such as Redpoint Ventures, Venrock Associates and Storm Ventures from the company's $22 million first round contributed to the funding. Polaris makes an optical switch for metropolitan telecom networks, which handle data within urban areas. The company, which was founded in June 2000, plans to have its gear completed for customer trials in the second quarter this year and ready to ship to customers sometime in the fourth quarter. Polaris has signed four trial agreements with either local "Baby Bell" carriers such as Verizon or long-distance phone companies such as AT&T. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News

March 19, 2002 by

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