Neustar Recognizes Top Technical Talent

We’re pleased to announce that recently, we launched a new program to encourage the professional development of our top technical talent. The program allows individual contributors to achieve levels that are equivalent to Director and Vice President while remaining in the technical track. In keeping with industry norms, these positions are named Distinguished Engineer and […]

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Paul Lalljie wins Tech CFO Public Company

Congrats Paul Lalljie, NVTC Technology CFO Award Winner!

Last night, the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) awarded Paul Lalljie the Public Company CFO of the Year at their 16th Annual NVTC Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards. The NVTC CFO Awards recognizes local chief financial officers for outstanding achievement and excellence in promoting the area’s technology community. Paul was recognized his leadership during our […]

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Attend GHC 2012; Wireless Macro Trends; Big Data for Biz Insights

Here’s our roundup of the headlines that got our attention this week–from both inside Neustar and out. Registration Opens for the 2012 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing [Anita Borg Institute] – Registration opened for the 12th annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, taking place in Baltimore in October. Join us there! […]

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Students Certified in My Digital Life in Kentucky

My Digital Life Certifies 100+ as New Digital Citizens

Last week, over 100 students at Mason County Intermediate School in Maysville, Kentucky successfully completed our My Digital LifeSM program, powered by EverFi, Inc. This online program, which we launched in January, uses leading-edge instructional design, rich media and game-like simulations to educate students and empower them with the skills necessary to leverage technology safely […]

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My Digital Life Certificates at Stone Bridge High School

Neustar Celebrates Digital Citizenship at Stone Bridge High School

Last week, we celebrated the certification of 23 students in Mr. Dave Palanzi’s Computer Information Systems class at Stone Bridge High School in Loudoun County, Virginia; the very first class to certify in our My Digital LifeSM platform, powered by EverFi, Inc. This online program, which we launched in January, uses leading-edge instructional design, rich […]

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CTIA Macro Trends: Day 2 Wrap up with Jean Foster

Earlier this month, our Carrier Services division headed to New Orleans to attend CTIA Wireless 2012. Jean Foster, our VP of Carrier Services sat down with bnetTV,  Dave Butler of Mastercard and Joe Cufari of PCD Group to discuss what was hot at CTIA, including eCommerce and mCommerce trends, such as secure payments, privacy, opting […]

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Social Mobile Local Search Study

So/Lo/Mo for Business

Lest you think the social + local + mobile (So/Lo/Mo) trend is just a fad, last week, Pew Internet released a new report that found that 18 percent of smartphone owners use a geosocial service to check in and share their location with friends. The report also found that 74 percent of smartphone owners get […]

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Page Load Trends for Mother’s Day

Did you know that Mother’s Day is the third largest spending holiday of the year? For online retailers, pundits were expecting over 25 percent of consumers to purchase a gift for Mom online this year. Seeing as how page load time can make or break online retail sites (a recent study shows that users will […]

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Local Number Portability in India and the U.S.

Local Number Portability in the U.S. and India, a Comparison

Communications markets are not the same worldwide. That sounds like an obvious statement, but sometimes it is enticing to try to look to the experiences of other markets to make informed decisions about change or continuity in your own market. However, a recent white paper by Dr. W. Bruce Allen from The Wharton School at […]

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Telephone Numbers are Portable, NPAC is Not.

Telephone Numbers are Portable; Is the NPAC

A white paper released today examines the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) and the broad role it plays in our nation’s telecom infrastructure. In the paper commissioned by Neustar, Jennifer Pigg and Brian Partridge, both from the Yankee Group, evaluated many important issues related to local number portability (LNP) including the NPAC’s function in sustaining […]

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