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AT&T: Enterprises may someday spend $40 billion annually on cybersecurity

AT&T expects the annual global market for cybersecurity products to reach $40 billion someday, Frank Jules, president of AT&T's global enterprise unit, told the Morgan Stanley TMT conference being held in Barcelona on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

AT&T asks FCC to lift ILEC rules discouraging broadband investment

AT&T is calling on the Federal Communications Commission to lift regulations that require incumbent local exchange carriers to maintain legacy facilities and services after they have deployed IP-based networks.

AT&T bets $8 billion that it will gain market share from 4G rivals

AT&T is hoping to gain market share from its U.S. 4G competitors Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, and T-Mobile with an $8 billion wireless infrastructure investment announced this week.

Q3 2012 IT Market Earnings Roundup

The third quarter of 2012 saw mixed results for the leading IT companies. Microsoft saw an 8 percent loss in revenue compared to the year ago quarter, and while companies like Google and Apple saw increases in revenue this quarter, they also missed some analysts' expectations.

Sprint mulls additional Clearwire share buys

Sprint Nextel could buy out additional investors in Clearwire after agreeing last week to purchase Eagle River Holding's 31 million shares for $100 million, giving Sprint a little more than 50 percent of the troubled wireless broadband carrier, Dan Hesse, Sprint's CEO, told Bloomberg on Friday.

Alteryx consumerizes the consumption of analytics

Alteryx calls its analytics platform the first app store for big data.

AT&T, Pew Center team on VoterHub app for Android, Windows Phone

AT&T and the nonprofit Pew Center on the States are rolling out VoterHub, a free application offering nonpartisan voter information leading up to the November 2012 General Election.

Isis, Micros launch mobile wallet services in Verizon HQ

Isis--the nationwide mobile commerce network spearheaded by Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile USA--is now live, although its long-planned consumer trials in Austin, Texas, and Salt Lake City remain on hold.

Many companies are stuck in mobile silos, says AT&T

Many companies are stuck in silos in which departments plan and execute their own mobile initiatives. It is high time that companies break out of the mobile silos before they come crashing down from their own slipshod design and weight of inefficiency.

FCC takes steps to benefit wireless carriers, medical device makers

Wireless carriers and medical device makers should benefit from a number of initiatives being launched by the Federal Communications Commission to promote wireless medical devices and applications.