News of Note—Comcast Business, NTT, pay phones and more

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Take a look at some of the other stories FierceTelecom is following today (stevepb/Pixabay).

> Comcast Business announced that Cybergenetics, a bioinformation company, relies on Comcast Business internet services for its analysts to analyze complex forensic evidence. Release

> FirstLight has been chosen to serve as the primary internet and voice solutions provider for Vacation Innovations, an online marketing company that specializes in vacation ownership advertising, sales, rentals and brokerage services. Release

> The Center for a New American Security, a Washington think tank, has created the Task Force on Artificial Intelligence and National Security to consider the potential dangers presented by artificial intelligence. Tech Crunch article

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> The Pan-European Hybrid Cloud Report, commissioned by NTT Communications in partnership with Dell EMC, revealed that almost two-thirds of enterprise-sized firms have a strategy or pilot program for hybrid cloud in place. Release  

> Tom Keane, president of Pacific Telemanagement Services, said payphones can still be profitable, particularly in places where there isn't cell phone or landline coverage. CNN article

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