U.S. Commerce Dept. introduces cyber security plan; SMBs aren't into UC-based collaboration

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> The U.S. Commerce Department unveiled a new cyber security plan targeting Internet hacking and fraud. Article

> Cbeyond's cloud-based PBX solution now supports Novologic's solution. Release

> AT&T and MobileIron have jointly won the 2011 Global Telecoms Business Innovation award for Business Services Innovation. Release

> Telekom Austria's subsidiary Vipnet has purchased Croatian cable provider B.net for €93 million ($134.9 million). Article

> Swedish cable operator ComHem is entertaining a number of bids from private equity firms including Blackstone Group, Nordic Capital, Hellman & Friedman and BC Partners. Article

And finally ... SMBs aren't all that into the collaboration features offered via Unified Communications argues a recent blog post filed by Broadvox's David Byrd. Post

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