Internet Governance – Who Rules the Internet?
experiencing different groups who each want a say in how the Internet is governed.
McKinsey Global Institute: Internet Boosting Global Economies
With more than two billion people using the Internet, even the most casual observer can see that it plays an advantageous role in commerce and, from that, job creation.
Election Day 2012 and the Internet
The ballots have finally been cast and the results are tabulated. President Obama will serve another term with a Democratic majority in the Senate and Republican majority in the House. With the political landscape set for at least the next two years until mid-term elections, it’s now time to focus on important public policy issues […]
Richard Feller: Why I Joined the i2Coalition
The following is a guest post from Board Member Richard Feller of HedgeHog Hosting about why he joined the i2Coalition. About a year ago, my good friend and business colleague, Christian Dawson, sent me a message asking for my thoughts on the pending SOPA and PIPA bills that were being voted on in Congress. Little […]
Industry Innovation Isn’t Limited to the Server Room
As members of the Internet Infrastructure Industry, we are often focused on the technical aspects of the business like hosting, servers, database centers, connectivity, server applications, etc. While those elements are vital and the main focus of our industry, innovation is not solely limited to the server room. i2Coalition member Rackspace shows this sentiment in […]
Local Innovation Driving E-Commerce Worldwide
As Chairman of the i2Coalition, I spend a lot of time talking about how our industry fuels innovation, jobs and the economy. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. e-commerce reportedly accounted for more than $190 billion in revenue 2011 and that number continues to grow. When you pop online to visit your favorite […]