News of Note—Charles Industries, telehealth, ADVA Optical and more

august 8 2017

> Charles Industries has introduced a new line of indoor equipment, power and battery cabinets for DAS, small cell and Wi-Fi radio equipment. Release (PDF)

> Major employers are moving faster than expected to provide telehealth benefits for workers, and the percentage offering mental health telemed benefits will more than double to 56% next year, finds a survey by the National Business Group on Health. mHealth Intelligence article

> ADVA Optical Networking completed its acquisition of MRV Communications. Release

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> Cybersecurity professionals sometimes fall prey to certain pitfalls that make them less effective in their roles and could put their companies at risk, writes Alison DeNisco. Tech Republic article

> C Spire’s cloud services and computing solutions unit has chosen Zerto as its enterprise class disaster recovery solution vendor. Release

> North Carolina and Florida have different views on how to provide broadband service to educational institutions. The Gainesville Sun article

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