News of Note—Adobe, Cyxtera, MoCA and more

news of note

> New data from Adobe revealed U.S. shoppers spent $6.59 billion online by the end of the day yesterday, making Cyber Monday 2017 the "largest online shopping day in history." PCMag article

> Cyxtera Technologies began offering elastic interconnection services connected by Megaport. Release

> MoCA joined the Broadband Forum and will work with the organization to use its data modeling and management standards for integration into MoCA Access. Release


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> The North American hosted IP telephony and unified communications as a service (UCaaS) market is witnessing double-digit growth, disruptive forces and industry evolution. Release

> An IDG Communications survey of U.S. enterprises found that 21% of respondents have experienced a year over year increase in cyberbreach-related monetary losses, with losses rising sharply to an average of $884,000 over a 12-month period. Healthcare Informatics article

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