New Jersey's online presidential voting scheme compromised; North American Internet data usage rises 120%

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@FierceTelecom RT @The New York Times: Vermont school traditionally cut off from technology faces its intrusion. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> NCR introduced a cloud-based managed IT domain service for service providers and technology manufacturers. Release

> New Jersey's plan to allow voters affected by Hurricane Sandy to vote by email or fax in the presidential race on Tuesday did not work as planned. Article

Cable News

> AT&T plans to expand U-verse service to 33 million homes and increase broadband speeds to 75 Mbps. Article

> Comcast is grappling with backlash in Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown after installing refrigerator-sized utility boxes. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Security firm Lumension acquired CoreTrace to beef up APT prevention products. Article

> IDC says virtualization software growth is outpacing other software market segments. Article

IPTV News

> Microsoft grew its presence in IPTV middleware space. Article

Online Video News

> Pay TV business is stagnating, even during the housing resurgence. Article

And finally … North American Internet data usage rose 120 percent in the past year; Netflix remains responsible for 33 percent of peak traffic.  Article

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