FCC anti-net neutrality

FCC anti-net neutrality results in thousands robo-comments

FCC anti-net neutrality and IT Strategy FCC anti-net neutrality – Now that FCC has announced they plan to roll back an Obama-era framework for net neutrality, their website is being flooded with several thousand duplicate comments.

The FCC asked Americans to leave comments in favor of keeping the rules. These robo-comments make any meaningful analysis of the responses next to impossible. Including those comments, well over half-a-million comments have been posted.

What does this all mean to small businesses and individuals who are using the web to conduct business and gather information.  Only time will tell.

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IT Environment and Net Neutrality

The IT environment is too complex to rely on outmoded ways to keep the business functioning and thriving flawlessly. That is one of the reasons that the net neutrality rules are important.

To balance the many crucial and changing enterprise demands to move the organization forward, an effective IT strategy is required. Without that, there are increases risks in expectations of IT — the growth of the Internet, compliance concerns, mobile computing and advanced security risks. Instituting a effective Internet and digitization strategy can serve as a catalyst that can effectively bring together the dynamics of cross-enterprise communication and summarize key, relevant data to provide critical metrics to make informed decisions.

Author: Victor Janulaitis

M. Victor Janulaitis is the CEO of Janco Associates. He has taught at the USC Graduate School of Business, been a guest lecturer at the UCLA's Anderson School of Business, a Graduate School at Harvard University, and several other universities in various programs.