News of Note—Accenture, EXFO, Vonage and more

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> While 57% of respondents in an Accenture Federal survey believe the government should dedicate more funds to cybersecurity, just 38% of baby boomers say they are willing to be more personally responsible for the security of their personal and corporate devices. Nextgov article

> A University of Nevada medical school is sponsoring a program that uses teleconferencing to help doctors treat and prevent opioid abuse. KUNR-FM article

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> EXFO has released a PON-aware passive optical network (PON) power meter for testing next-generation and legacy PON technologies. Release

> Vonage launched VonageReach, an SMS Automation Platform designed to provide enterprises with the ability to easily implement streamlined, automated and targeted messaging to prospects and customers. Release

> More public schools are equipping school buses with Wi-Fi service to help bridge what FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel calls the "homework gap" affecting low-income students. CNN article

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