SMBs prime target for cyber thieves, says Current Analysis; Swisscom moves forward with joint FTTH plans

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @ CurrentAnalysis SMBs that conduct their banking online are a prime a prime target for cyber thieves, especially those that work with smaller banks. Link | Follow @FierceTelecom

> GigaOM outlines five ways your ISP's failure to move to IPv6 could affect you. Article

> Cox Communications promoted Paul Cronin to senior vice president of customer experience. Release

> LinkedIn is collaborating with the FBI to investigate the theft of 6.4 million member passwords. Article

> Telkom says it won't pay a dividend for the year ended March 31 because it plans to use the funds to expand its network and services. Article

> Swisscom has completed its negotiations with local utilities Meilen and Herrliberg on their joint FTTH network plans. Article

And finally DSL Reports sizes up the emerging consumer VoIP service options, including those from Vonage, Phonepower and Skype. Article

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