Company plans to double the size of its research and development lab in the Southeast Asian market, as it focuses on technologies to improve 3G and 4G mobile networks.
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The proposed cybersecurity secretary position will help coordinate actions from multiple agencies and speed up response time.
Various are learning to build their sites based on a standard template to improve ease of use and enhance the government's online identity.