IEEE looks beyond 10G EPON; BCE to hold Q4 2014 earnings call on Feb. 6

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> Will the U.S. federal government finally embrace the cloud? Article

> BYOD vs. CYOD: What's the difference? Article

> IEEE is crafting a standards roadmap for what lies ahead of 10G EPON. Article

> BCE Inc. will hold its fourth-quarter 2013 results and 2014 guidance conference call with the financial community on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 at 8 a.m. EST. Release

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> Cox Communications doesn't plan to submit a bid to acquire Time Warner Cable, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing anonymous sources. Article

> NeuLion said Friday that it struck a deal with Microsoft that will see it deliver live sports content to viewers who buy the new Xbox One gaming console. Article

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> T-Mobile US is arguing that it believes the nationwide public safety broadband network known as FirstNet will have all of the funding it needs before the incentive auctions of 600 MHz broadcast TV spectrum take place in mid-2015. Article

> Rajeev Suri is currently being considered for the CEO position of Nokia after the company completes the sale of its handset division to Microsoft, according to a Bloomberg report. Article

And finally… For the first time, hackers have used a refrigerator to attack businesses. Article

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