News of Note—Cuba, AT&T, BT and more

News of note

> Few people in Cuba have regular access to the internet, and those who do encounter slow download speeds, an eMarketer evaluation found. eMarketer article

> Weill Cornell medical center said telehealth helped cut ER wait times. Healthcare IT News article 

> The CEOs of AT&T Communications and Oracle shared what it's been like to oversee a massive digital transformation, which includes a goal of moving 55% of AT&T's core network functions to the cloud via Oracle support by year-end. CIO online article

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Register for FierceTelecom Blitz Week - June 15-18

As the telecom industry moves forward in the age of new technology, FierceTelecom Blitz week addresses the questions of how platforms, providers, and more will modernize to keep up with these fast-paced changes and their current status of implementing these changes. Join us June 15-18 to dive deep into the world of telecom transformation.

> BT has been positioned as a "Leader" in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Managed Security Services 2017 Vendor Assessment. Release

> TDS Telecom said a simple way to prevent becoming a victim to the Caller ID spoofing scam is to avoid revealing personal information. Release

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