Week of: September 2, 2008
- The FCC wants your opinion
Schools are preparing for possible changes to the E-rate program for the 2009-2010 school year—and the FCC wants your opinion. The FCC is seeking public comment on whether costs for items such as Internet content filtering software, anti-virus software, anti-spam software, advanced firewalls, scheduling services, and telephone broadcast messaging should be discounted with the support of E-rate funding. The organization is also asking E-rate stakeholders to offer their opinions of changes in several program definitions, such as interconnected VoIP, and basic phone service.
- Put to the Test: Joe Huber Reviews the Toshiba M700
Retail Price: $1,700
Description: Tablet laptop.