AT&T's Stephenson to speak at Morgan Stanley conference; Cincinnati Bell extends contract with Convergys

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> AT&T will webcast a presentation by chairman & CEO Randall Stephenson from the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media, and Telecom Conference in San Francisco on Thursday, March 1 at 11:00 a.m. PST. Release

> Gartner says nearly one-third of organizations use or plan to use cloud offerings to augment BI capabilities. Release

> Comcast promoted William Strahan to EVP of Human Resources for Comcast Cable. Release

> Malta's Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Communication (MITC) plans to roll out a nationwide Fiber to the Home (FTTH) network. Article

> Overture Networks embraced the Metro Ethernet Forum's definition of Carrier Ethernet, the next generation of Carrier Ethernet. Release

> Extreme Networks is shipping its 192 port 40G Ethernet switch following four months of customer trials. Article

> Cincinnati Bell extended its billing and customer care support contract with Convergys through 2014. Release

And finally ... Cystic fibrosis patients who live in Greater Sudbury and northeastern Ontario can connect with specialists at St. Michael's Hospital through telemedicine. Article

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