Which gives the big-government-advocates the vapors. And which gets us fake news headlines like this: Maybe Americans Don’t Need Fast Home Internet Service, FCC Suggests We the Consumers find our broadband to be marvelous. (Let us not confuse upset with customer service – with upset with service performance. They are two entirely different things.) Until something comes along that requires more broadband than video – we’re really quite good. This has been driven by 2 main reasons: This trend has been most prominent in Europe (with EU authorities mandating all member States to accept e-invoices no later than 2018 and promoting the PEPPOL technology) and in Latin America (where many governments imposed B2B as well as B2G driving fast adoption).

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Now, a connection must have a 25 Mbps download speed and 3 Mbps up to be classified as broadband.

The previous benchmarks established in 2010, 4 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up, are now considered inadequate by the FCC.” Get that colossal nonsense?

Only when President Reagan finally lifted the controls on oil and gasoline in 1981 did the specter of short supplies finally disappear.” So government maximum mandates don’t work. Minimum Wage Hikes Are Causing Businesses to Cut Jobs Why Raising The Minimum Wage Kills Jobs More Evidence That Increasing Minimum Wage Kills Jobs The Evidence Is Piling Up That Higher Minimum Wages Kill Jobs The avalanche of evidence is – government shouldn’t be arbitrarily imposing floors and ceilings.

The marketplace should be setting the standards – based upon what We the Consumers want. In 2015, the Barack Obama Administration artificially, ridiculously raised the minimum speed for what the government says counts as “broadband” – to light years beyond what We the Consumers actually need for any and everything we do on the Web.

The FCC isn’t even going back to the perfectly great speeds of 2015. Because as is always the case with government minimum and maximum mandates – the results would have been simply, extraordinarily awful.

They are more than doubling them – download upped from 4 Mbps to 10 Mbps. Get this: On the Web, nothing consumes more broadband than video.Whatever consumes the second greatest amount of broadband – isn’t even close to what video consumes.The future of B2G integration Mandated e Invoicing will soon be a requirement for B2G relationships (if it isn’t already mandated).And the next step from there will be a step towards all B2B communication.You’ll need to ensure your business is ready to support electronic invoicing when the mandates go into effect.