News of Note—NTS, Cato Networks, AT&T and more

news of note

> NTS Communications launched its Home Tech Support service, giving residential customers with instant access to technical support anytime online or by phone. Release

> Webpass, the wireless home broadband provider Google Fiber acquired in 2016, is leaving the Boston market. The Verge article

> Cato Networks reported significantly increased sales velocity with sequential booking growth accelerating to 100%, quarter over quarter in 2017. Release

> Ransomware detections among businesses increased by 90% in 2017, compared with 2016, according to Malwarebytes' 2017 State of Malware Report. Dark Reading article


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> Montana's governor said he’s ready for lawsuits over the state's attempt to protect net neutrality. Arstechnica article

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