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FCC requires higher speeds for broadband subsidies

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FCC requires higher speeds for broadband subsidies
The agency will require wired broadband providers to deliver 10Mbps to get federal funding Read More

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More education needed to realize the Internet of Everything
Cisco predicts that approximately 220,000 new engineers will be needed globally every year for the next 10 years to keep up with the technological surge of IoE. Read More

What happens next in the Cisco suit against Arista?
Although the outcome is uncertain, the case will likely go to trial Read More


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With Comcast's Ethernet @Home, your holiday break could be even more like work
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5 ways to prepare for Internet of Things security threats
Excitement over IoT benefits may soon give way to concern over the uncertain security outlook. Read More


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IDG Contributor Network: 10 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2015
Year end is a time for reflection.Based on my history in this space, plus the fact that my day job of running CSC's Global Cybersecurity Consulting business lets me talk to and help hundreds of executives around the world, I wanted to offer my perspective on how 2014 turned out and my thoughts on what to watch for in 2015. Before starting my 2015 predictions, let's review how I did last year:1. Planning Goes MainstreamTo read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

When management meddles with passwords
There's a password discussion ongoing today in the section of Reddit populated by system administrators and it was prompted by this lament: I work in sales now, and I was a former Network Administrator. Today I got an email from management that is asking everyone for their recently changed domain passwords (apparently this is a common practice for the company).This immediately throws up a red flag to me as the last thing I want to do is email/send/distribute my Domain password to someone else. Management or IT. I went to management and explained the security risks with storing everyone's passwords …To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

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