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“Where u at.“ This was the last text Mariah West read before she ran into a bridge and died. In a preventive measure for one of the most dangerous nights on the road New Year“™s Eve, AT&T announced the release of a documentary featuring stories from individual whose lives have been drastically changed by driving while […] More
Stacy Schwartz always knew she'd end up in Washington, D.C. She parlayed an early interest in political science into a career in IT, marketing and telecommunications. Now vice president of the AT&T Government Solutions sales center, Schwartz manages much of the company's work with federal agencies. She calls her time with AT&T, where she has […] More
In anticipation of its expansion to 4G broadband, AT&T has bought a number of lower 700 MHz spectrum licenses from Qualcomm Incorporated, the company announced today. AT&T said it will use the new spectrum space as a supplemental downlink, using carrier aggregation technology to gain greater capacity for its customers. This part of the spectrum […] More
You better watch out. You better not cry. Better not pout. I'm telling you why. Santa Claus is coming to town, and you can keep in touch with him with the AT&T U-verse TV Santa Tracker app. Through Dec. 24, AT&T's customers can text “SANTA“ to 1224 and receive a holiday greeting from Santa Claus, […] More
Thanks to an essay contest sponsored by AT&T, three high school students, their Big Sisters, and AT&T retirees who served in WWII are visiting Pearl Harbor this week in an educational event. All three students are from Dallas and are part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Military Mentoring Program, specially designed to help kids […] More
Accenture and AT&T have launched a medical imaging solution they say will revolutionize the capabilities of radiologists and healthcare professionals. The Accenture Medical Imaging Solution is part of AT&T's Medical Imaging and Information Management solution, which is a cloud-based, non vendor service. With the implementation of cloud computing, medical professionals will be allowed to share […] More
AT&T (NYSE: T), along with SRA (NYSE: SRX), has rolled out AT&T Encrypted Mobile Voice, “the first carrier-provided two factor encryption service, which provides high-level security features for calls on the AT&T wireless network.” The service is designed for use by government agencies, law enforcement organizations, financial services institutions and international businesses. AT&T Encrypted Mobile […] More
Gary Noyes oversees the financial performance of AT&T Government Solutions as Chief Financial Officer.  He spoke with ExecutiveBiz on a variety of topics including MTIPS, his background and his take on the DCAA. ExecutiveBiz: What is your background and how did you come to your current position with AT&T? Gary Noyes: I have been with […] More
Michael Heath is vice president of federal sales for AT&T Government Solutions. As such, he oversees the company’s federal sales efforts, which includes delivering network-enabled and professional services solutions to civilian, defense and intelligence federal government agencies. Before joining AT&T in November 2007, Heath was vice president of Most of World Customer Service in London. In this […] More
Ed Amoroso, author of Cyber Security, has been active in cybersecurity since he got involved in adding enhanced security to the Unix operating system in 1985.  He shared with us his thoughts on the implications of cloud computing to cybersecurity, the “inertia” against adoption of the cloud, how the generation gap affects the introduction of […] More
In the event you missed it, big news hit before the start of the holiday weekend. On Friday, the Obama administration announced that it would tap the National Security Agency to help screen government computer traffic on private sector networks. AT&T, meanwhile, would reportedly test the system. In case you think this is deja vu […] More
As a 26-year veteran of the telecommunications industry, Michael Heath has pretty much seen it all. “I started just before the divestiture of the Bell System, so I've seen all the changes over the past 20-plus years,” says Heath. Having worked for large corporations such as Qwest and several small start-ups, Heath came on board […] More
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