News of Note—Google Fiber, PCCW, Nominum and more

news of note

> Every government IT professional who responded to a Netwrix survey said human error is the biggest threat to cybersecurity. TechRepublic article

> Pure Storage, an independent all-flash data platform vendor for the cloud era, today announced that its board of directors has named Charles Giancarlo CEO and a member of the board of directors, effective immediately. Release

> Google Fiber is opening its signup process to homes in several parts of the Sylvan Park neighborhood Wednesday, marking the company's expansion into single-family homes in Nashville. The Tennessean article

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> PCCW Global has launched its Restoration on Demand service, a network-as-a-service offering that enables its customers to rapidly reroute their connections to an alternate network path in the event of an undersea cable failure. Release

> Internet security services specialist Nominum and the Canadian Internet Registration Authority have launched a Cyber-Secure Schools initiative which will put out a cloud security system for K-12 schools, school boards and higher education institutions across Canada. Release

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