CenturyLink Corporate Blog
Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission announced that it would not vote on a proposal to drastically increase rate regulation on business data services (BDS) providers. A group of network infrastructure providers is calling on the new administration to enact policies that benefit both businesses and consumers, especially in rural areas.
"We are pleased with the FCC’s decision not to enact new regulations for business data services and other proceedings today," said CenturyLink Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Government Relations John F. Jones. "We believe the communications industry will continue to be competitive, innovative and market-driven without the burden of regulation. We look forward to working collaboratively with the new administration and the FCC to take our nation’s telecommunications and technology infrastructure to the next level of security, reliability and speed."
We all have a stake in ensuring our school systems, educators and students are prepared with the hard and soft skills necessary to fill 21st century jobs. STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education gives students the opportunity to ...
As a technology solutions partner for our business customers, we guide them to explore ways to free up scarce IT resources so that they can focus on their core business and let CenturyLink manage their network connections and IT services. Last week, ...
In a scathing review of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) latest proposal for new regulation of business data services (BDS), communications provider CenturyLink says the proposal “suggests an intent to ignore” information in the record that demonstrates competition in the market.
Connecting our customers to the power of the digital world – this is CenturyLink’s vision and our purpose for continuing to bring faster broadband speeds to the communities we serve. We recently announced that we have installed G.fast technology in ...
Democratic officials from across the country are cautioning the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that a failure to recognize markets where new competitors have begun offering business data services (BDS) risks the expansion of high-speed broadband networks, particularly in rural markets.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are voicing concerns about the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) proposed regulation of the business data services (BDS) market and its possible impact on consumers and small businesses.
Working with senior business executives is one of the great perks of becoming a CISO. In the case of your company’s board of directors (BoD), the perk also includes challenges. Like an audition for “America’s Got Talent,” the BoD presentation offers a brief moment to shine along with a few opportunities to fall flat on your face. This article shares some of my practices and insights about presenting to the BoD based on many years of hard-learned experience.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is the annual campaign sponsored by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). October will feature programming that is meant to engage and educate the public about cybersecurity. It also offers an opportunity for people and businesses to learn about tools and resources needed to stay safe online. The overall goal, according to the Department of Homeland Security, which participates in NCSAM, is to “Increase the resiliency of the Nation in the event of a cyber incident.”