Juniper's growing pains lead to tough year; DefenseCode finds zero-day vulnerability in Linksys routers

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> Juniper is going through its share of growing pains, say analysts and technology industry watchers. Article

> End users' needs are defining the network market, says Genband CEO Charles Vogt. Article

> DefenseCode researchers have found a zero-day root access vulnerability in the default installation of Linksys WiFi routers. Article

Cable News

> CNET said on Monday that it was going to award Dish Network its "Best of CES" award before it was ordered by parent CBS Corp. to drop the satellite provider from the program. Article

> Comcast's New England unit is recruiting more women to take field technician jobs. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Russia is a fertile market for cloud services, says a Frost & Sullivan report. Article

> VoIP Innovations will introduce a new line of BackOffice Titanium III features for its wholesale VoIP customers during the upcoming ITExpo East trade show. Article

And finally… Bexar County, Texas, says it will soon open what it says is the country's first 100 percent digital public library. Article

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