Telecoms regulator Ofcom proposes new guidelines that would ensure new phone and broadband would be installed in less than twelve days, while busted lines would be repaired in a couple of days. The new rules hold infrastructure company Openreach to new minimum standards, including fixing faulty phone or broadband lines in two working days for around 80 per cent of consumers and businesses having problems. Openreach is the company that installs and maintains connections to BT's network, which is used by various phone and Internet service providers to pipe the Web into your house. Extreme wet weather conditions in 2012 saw Openreach's performance take a bath, and although a crackdown in 2013 has seen performance return to normal, Ofcom believes Openreach can still do better.
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Bringing the buzz back This week's BlackBerry Live conference was an ideal opportunity to begin changing the perceptions of the company. BlackBerry had a flurry of announcements, including the lower cost BlackBerry Q5, an update to the BlackBerry Z10, more app announcements, and the surprise move to open up its BlackBerry Messenger service to other mobile platforms. The message to the BlackBerry faithful: "We're back."BlackBerry Live is in many ways a surreal bubble cut off from the real world. It's here where regular tech executives transform into rock stars, with the BlackBerry faithful mugging for photos. Outside an after-conference party hosted by AT&T in Downtown Disney's House of Blues, BlackBerry fans lined up to pose with Vivek Bhardwaj, who has had an increasingly visible role as the head of software.
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"We have an excellent team that can take us through these next steps, and I feel very good about the team," Hancock said. "I believe that the board is very committed to supporting this team, yes.". Exodus Communications Chief Executive Ellen Hancock resigns from the Web hosting company and will be replaced by director William Krause. Krause, who has served on the Exodus board of directors since June 2000, will serve as chairman and CEO. Formerly chairman of 3Com until 1993, Krause is president of private investment firm LWK Ventures. He also has worked at Hewlett-Packard and Storm Technology.
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