AT&T introduces fund to drive HS graduation rates; Comcast brings home security service to Connecticut

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@FierceTelecom RT @ATTBusiness: At least 25% of retail, healthcare, services customers will sign new network services management contracts in the next 12 months. Infographic (PDF) | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Lightower Fiber Networks will be present at the upcoming Channel Partners Conference & Expo on March 27-29 in Las Vegas. Release

> AT&T has introduced a new $250 million, five-year program to help more students graduate from high school. Release

> Globe Telecom, through its Globe Business group, is advancing its efforts to migrate to IPv6 in the Philippines. Article

> The Internet is one of the largest contributors to the U.S. economy, says a new report from Boston Consulting Group. Article

> Comcast is bringing its home security monitoring service to Connecticut residents. Article

And finally ... Cisco is helping enterprises manage and secure their employees mobile devices that they use at work. Article

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