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MSG Networks saw a 6.5 percent subscriber drop last quarter – Awful Announcing

The latest story of the growing challenges for regional sports networks comes at MSG Networks. The company, a spinoff of The Madison Square Garden Company and one that also has James Dolan as its executive chairman, operates MSG, MSG+ and overflow channels. But they had some bad news on their …

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NJJBA Recognizes Cong. Josh Gottheimer At Fifth Annual Networking Event – Jewish Link of New Jersey

By JLNJ Staff | August 22, 2019 (l-r) Andrew Gross, executive director, NJ-Israel Commission; Assemblyman Gary Schaer; Assemblywoman Angela McKnight; JC Councilwoman-at-Large Joyce Watterman; JC Council President Rolando Leverro; Victor Herlinsky, member, Sills Cummis & Gross; Jason Sobel, member, Sills Cummis & Gross; Louis LaSalle, senior VP, RWJ Barnabas …

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Networking Summit, Friday, 27 September, Carlton Hotel, Dublin Hotel – Irish Tech News

Networking Summit, Friday, 27 September, Carlton Hotel, Dublin Hotel When and where is it on? TheNetworkingSummit takes place on Friday, 27 September in the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Hotel. How many years has it been going? This is the second year of event, following a hugely successful inaugural year in 2018 …

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Toyota to develop human support robots with Japanese AI specialists, Preferred Networks – AutomotiveIT International

The companies said that by combining their respective technologies and know-how, Toyota and PFN would develop service robots capable of learning in typical living environments and executing a variety of tasks. Toyota’s robotic development has for 15 years included a variety of different applications besides automotive manufacturing, including social, medical …

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Common Networks Tangles With Comcast in California – Light Reading

Common Networks doesn’t deliver ubiquitous coverage in the Bay Area, but the wireless broadband ISP is looking to apply some pricing pressure and competitive headaches for Comcast and other incumbents in pockets of the market where it does provide service. And Common’s no-contract service just got a …

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Critical Start Hires Palo Alto Networks Vet as Channel Chief – Channel Partners

Critical Start, the Texas-based company that built its own managed detection and response (MDR) platform, has hired Dwayne Myers, previously with Palo Alto Networks, as vice president of channels and alliances. With a focus on Critical Start’s MDR business, Myers will lead the expansion of the company’s national distributors and …

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Networks Unlimited Africa partners with Indegy to protect industrial control systems from cyber threats – ITWeb

Stefan van de Giessen, Networks Unlimited Africa African value-added distributor, Networks Unlimited Africa, has announced it now proudly offers industrial cyber security in South Africa through a partnership agreement with Indegy, a leader in industrial cyber security that protects industrial control system networks from cyber threats, human error and malicious …

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Collective giving fuels new growth at Cape Coral Community Foundation – The News-Press

Michael Chatman , Cape Coral Community Foundation Published 8:30 a.m. ET Aug. 18, 2019 CLOSE Giving networks are not membership clubs. They are grant-making networks comprised of generous givers who want to make impact grants to local and regional nonprofit organizations. (Photo: Courtesy photo) Ask half a dozen people why they …

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Router Guest Networks Prone to Hacking: Researchers – NDTV

The guest Wi-Fi at your home is prone to hacking owing to inadequate in-built security, say researchers. Most routers sold today offer consumers two or more network options – one for the family which may connect all the sensitive smart devices and computers and the other for visitors or less …

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Report: Networking Companies Aren't Getting Better at Security – Tom's Hardware

Credit: Casezy idea / Shutterstock People are obsessed with self-improvement. Countless books, courses, and seminars promise to help their customers realize their potential if they follow X number of steps or do Y number of exercises so they can be Z. Unfortunately, the Cyber Independent Testing Lab (CITL) reported this …

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