How the Internet Became the Corporate Network, and Where SASE Goes From Here

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Two important shifts over the last two years transformed what we once knew as an on-premise ecosystem into a global system accessible from anywhere.

One is remote work, which began as a temporary measure to get us through the early days of the pandemic and has since become the norm. According to Buffer’s State of Remote Work report, 72% of respondents said their company plans on having a permanent remote work option, up from 46% in 2021’s survey.

The other is cloud adoption, which was mainstream even before the pandemic, but has seen another bump in the last two

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10 Tips for Securing Your Home Wi-Fi Network

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Take a moment to think about the devices connected to your Wi-Fi network — laptops, phones, tablets, smartwatches. Now consider the data stored on those devices. Credit card numbers, bank records, login credentials and other personal and private information may be there and potentially accessible by hackers if your network is compromised.

Home network hacking happens all too frequently. In fact, internet crime cost people more than $6.9 billion in 2021, and while phishing and scams contributed to the losses, personal data breaches were also a significant factor. A secure home network will help reduce the risk of getting hacked

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Airtel users face outage: Internet service, network signal affected

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Airtel users are reportedly facing users in several parts of the country. The users of telecom service providers took to Twitter to report issues within the network strength.

Several users complained of zero-network. Others wondered why they weren’t able to call anyone. The services went only out for 15 minutes and have been restored, as per the company.

However, the outage did not affect all users. Check out the tweets of some affected users below.

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Scientists have made another step toward creating a quantum network

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Scientists are working toward building the next evolution of computers: quantum computers. And recently, a team of researchers in the Netherlands made another step toward that future after they successfully sent quantum data to three locations in a network.

That development could lead to the creation of a quantum internet, an essential part of any future attempt to build quantum computing networks.

Cade Metz, a technology correspondent for The New York Times, wrote about this recent development.

Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams spoke with Metz about quantum computing, what makes the concept different from today’s computers and why this latest development with

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TDS Telecom to build high-speed fiber internet network in New Berlin | Waukesha Co. Business News

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NEW BERLIN — TDS Telecommunications LLC announced it is expanding its presence in Waukesha County with an all-fiber, high-speed internet network in New Berlin that will serve thousands of homes and businesses.

According to a TDS press release, the network will include up to 2Gigabit residential internet, and up to 10Gigabit dedicated fiber connections for businesses, at about 17,000 addresses. New Berlin is the second Waukesha County community in which TDS is launching its fiber network after previously announcing the technology is coming to Brookfield.

“We are excited to grow our presence in Waukesha County. With this multimillion-dollar private investment,

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Internet For All: California Department of Technology Readies 3000 Miles of Broadband Network Infrastructure

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A bunch of people on computers in a dark room

A bunch of people on computers in a dark room

By: Emily Andrews 

 

SACRAMENTO, CA––The California Department of Technology has begun readying 3,000 miles of network infrastructure in order to implement the Broadband Infrastructure Package approved in 2021.

 

In August 2020, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-73-20 to improve digital connectivity throughout California. The Broadband Council, established in 2010 and run by 12 members of the California Department of Technology, was directed by the order to develop a statewide Broadband Action Plan.

 

In July 2021, Governor Newsom signed a historic broadband legislation, SB 156, that aimed to provide reliable, equitable internet access for all Californians across the state. 6 billion

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