News of Note—Genesys, BT, SecureLink and more

august 8 2017

> Independent telcos are focusing on enhancing the reach and speeds of wireline broadband services for their customers. The Hutchinson News article  

> Genesys named Peter Graf chief product officer, a new position for the company. Release 

> Enterprises are building out microdata centers to accommodate cloud computing internet of things applications. Biz Tech Magazine article


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> BT has extended its cloud connection service to IBM's cloud to offer what it says is a faster, more secure link to the hybrid cloud service. CloudPro article

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