Verizon talks technology etiquette; WiFi-ready devices a consumer expectation

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@FierceTelecom RT @CNW_Telecom: Aurora School Removes WiFi to Protect Children's Health. Article | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> Jordan is working with the European Union on a program called the "The Jordan-EU Programme for Institutional Strengthening of the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission" to increase competition and quality of its country's telecom services industry. Article

> Verizon asks in its "Future of Work" blog if we need standards of etiquette for technology. Post

> Customers are having trouble signing up for ViaSat's much-hyped 12 Mbps satellite broadband service. Article

> Sidera Networks and Ciena will hold a joint webinar on Jan. 25 at 1 p.m. ET to help healthcare organizations better understand how to overcome network congestion and capacity issues. Release

> The Ethernet Alliance will host the IEEE's 802.3 January Interim Meeting, Jan. 23-27 at the Fairmont Newport Beach, Calif. Release

> Paget Alves, Sprint's chief sales officer, will deliver a keynote at the upcoming ITEXPO at Miami Beach Convention Center on Wed., Feb. 1, at 3:30 p.m. Release

And finally ... Consumers expect new entertainment devices like TVs and DVD players to be WiFi ready. Article

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