Staunton, Va. provides public Wi-Fi; Level 3 receives Frost & Sullivan leadership award

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@ FierceTelecom RT @TTB_Business: Security concerns hold many businesses back from embracing the benefits of an "always on" workforce. Post | Follow @FierceTelecom

> The city of Staunton, Va. is providing free Wi-Fi access in parks and a dark fiber network that local provider MGW uses to provide business services. Article

> Level 3 Communications received an award for U.S. growth leadership from Frost & Sullivan. Release

Cable News

> Since CableLabs' new President and CEO Phil McKinney took the reins of the cable industry's research lab last June, he has made changes to make the organization more transparent to vendors. Article

> Google Fiber is bringing its FTTH-based data and TV service to Olathe, Kan. to take on AT&T and Time Warner Cable. Article

Online Video News

> Hulu promoted Andy Forssell, its current senior vice president of content, to acting CEO. Article

> Roku announced during this week's OTTCON show that it is currently testing a second-screen application for tablets that the company hopes to release in the "near term." Article

And finally … An Allstream article says that a business' teleworking policies must include these business continuity guidelines. Post

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