Sri Lanka Telecom workers arrested for cable theft; Schools build unified clouds

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@FierceTelecom RT @ CenturyLink Business: Latest survey shows that cloud computing gets deeper and more strategic. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Six employees of Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) were arrested for stealing underground cable. Article

> Lumos Networks to host a call with financial analysts on May 3, 2013 to discuss Q1 2013 earnings and financial guidance for Q2 2013 and the full year 2013. Release

> The future Internet must be built for reliability, security and speed, says GWI. Post

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> Former Motorola exec Larry Robinson has become the head of Arris' Home Devices business, taking over from Marwan Fawaz who is leaving the company. Article

> Comcast has promoted Susan Jin Davis to senior VP of strategic services for its Communications & Data Services division and Robert Slinkard to SVP of product management in the same division. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix is replacing Microsoft's Silverlight media player and is replacing it with three HTML5 extensions--Media Source, Encrypted Media and Web Cryptography API. Article

And finally … What is a unified cloud, and why are schools choosing to build them? Article

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