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Infonetics: Deep-Packet Inspection Market to Reach $2 Billion in 2016

Growing demand by service providers of all stripes is driving growth in the Deep-Packet Inspection (DPI) market, a market in which revenue will grow to $2 billion in 2016, according to Infonetics Research's "Service Provider Deep Packet Inspection Products" report.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 14:00
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Don't Miss the Data Back-Up and Recovery Market Opportunity

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) may be missing an opportunity to provide data backup and recovery services in the small-to-medium-size business/enterprise (SMB/SME) market, according to the results of a survey conducted by Modular Data Protection Services (Modular DPS), Intel Hybrid Cloud Group and Intel.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 11:00

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Kalona Cooperative Telephone Begins their Cloud Journey with CHR

We announced yesterday that Kalona Cooperative Telephone Company (KCTC) selected CHR Solutions as their partner to bring cloud services to their Iowa community. KCTC will target their small to medium-sized business (SMB) customers with white labeled cloud applications powered by our cloud solution.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 08:00

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The App Economy: Billions in Revenue, But Privacy Concerns Edit Post

A Wall Street Journal report highlights how much more personal information is being captured and shared by social media apps and social network providers such as Facebook, along with the possible and actual risks and threats this poses for users. The report also points out the billions of dollars that are now at stake, as app users offer more personal data.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 11:00
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Microsoft Working on the Successor to HTTP, Emphasizes Mobile

With participants from across the Internet ecosystem working on the successor to the protocol that opened the Internet to the world, Microsoft's proposed a draft approach that extends previous work in terms of its focus on speed and mobility. Dubbed Montenegro, or HTTP Speed+Mobility, Microsoft's proposal "emphasizes performance improvements and security while at the same time accounting for the important needs of mobile devices and applications," according to the draft document.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 13:00
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