Amazon's server failure could shake cloud computing confidence; Royal wedding has little impact on UK's broadband network usage

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> Will Amazon's recent server failure decrease confidence in cloud computing usage? Article

> Espial Group has appointed a special committee to weigh its options for "enhancing shareholder value" and is working with Morgan Keegan to get independent advice. Release

> Broadview wins the Telecommunications Association's "Top 5 Provider of Hosted VoIP" services in its annual 'Members Choice' poll of the best TA vendors. Release

> Comcast has appointed former FCC and California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) commissioner Rachelle Chong as its regional vice president of government affairs for California. Article

> Avaya signed a patent license agreement with Klausner Technologies, Inc., under Klausner Technologies' U.S. Visual Voicemail patents, for Avaya's enterprise visual voicemail products. Release

And finally ... The UK's royal wedding had a minimal impact on the country's broadband networks because Friday was a national holiday and viewers could watch the event for free on either SD or HDTV. Article

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