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Study Finds Internet of Things Will Continue Rapid Growth Rate in 2018 SLIDESHOW

A new survey finds that the internet of things will continue its rapid growth rate in 2018, with more than two-thirds of organizations either already using IoT systems or planning to deploy them in the next year.

AWS Expanding Private Cloud Services with PrivateLink Endpoints

AWS Endpoints have been a popular way among users to securely access S3 and DynamoDB from an Amazon virtual private cloud without the need for an internet gateway.
Google Andomeda SDN

Google Boosts Performance of Andromeda SND on Cloud Platform

Google says the new version of Andromeda Software Defined Network substantially reduces latency on the company's cloud platform.

VMware to Enter SD-WAN Market With VeloCloud Buy

The company ramps up its competition with Cisco, which earlier this year bought SD-WAN vendor Viptela.
Arm IoT Strategy

Arm Introduces IoT Platform Security Architecture at TechCon 2017

At the chip company’s TechCon show, Arm officials say businesses and consumers must trust their connected devices if the IoT is to scale.
Cisco BroadSoft Deal

Cisco Buys Cloud Communications Vendor BroadSoft for $1.9 Million

The $1.9 billion deal will accelerate Cisco’s transformation to a more cloud-centric company and add to the consolidation trend in the market.

Cisco Systems Acquires New-Gen Application Monitor Perspica

Networker said it will integrate Perspica’s engineers and intellectual property with its new AppDynamics team, which it acquired in January for $3.7 billion.

Cisco Launches Predictive Services Apps Powered by AI

New offerings are designed to manage the fast-growing technical skills gap through usable expertise, intelligence and automation.

KRACK, ROCA Encryption Flaws to Require Meticulous Device Updates

NEWS ANALYSIS: Revelations about the KRACK and ROCA encryption vulnerabilities mean that IT administrators will have to go through rounds of updates again, if they haven’t already.

Now You Can Order Food from Your Facebook Page

The social network is partnering with existing services GrubHub,, DoorDash, ChowNow, Zuppler, EatStreet, Slice and Olo to connect for access to restaurants that support them.
Smart city

CompTIA Survey Looks at People's View About Building Smart Cities SLIDESHOW

Computer industry trade association CompTIA surveyed the views of private citizens and IT professionals working for municipal governments about building smart cities.

Russians Reportedly Also Abused YouTube, Pokémon Go in 2016 Election

Meanwhile, Facebook has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and plans changes before the U.S. midterm elections next year.

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