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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> 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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