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The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years. But what really needs to be considered when exploring a solution? What questions need to be asked? Download to find out...

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Learn what IT professionals need to do in order to keep Unified Communications and Collaboration systems always on, while making sure these systems do not negatively impact on other high priority applications residing on the same converged IP network...

The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years. But what really needs to be considered when exploring a solution? What questions need to be asked? Download to find out...

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Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever is a 2002 American-German action - thriller film starring Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu , and directed by Wych Kaosayananda (under the pseudonym of "Kaos"). Liu and Banderas play opposing secret agents who are supposedly enemies, but team up during the movie to fight a common enemy. The film has been called one of the worst movies ever made . At the box office, the film made $19.9 million on a $70-million budget. With a total of 116 reviews, the highest for a film with a 0% score, Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever is the worst reviewed film in the history of Rotten Tomatoes .

Ecks joins Martin and CSIS agent Harry Lee ( Terry Chen ) in Vancouver, where Sever is hiding out. Ecks learns that Gant stole an experimental weapon codenamed Softkill, a nanomachine which operates in the human circulatory system and can cause heart attacks at will. Gant had implanted Softkill in Michael in order to smuggle it into the United States. Ross and his men surround Sever in a shopping plaza, but she wipes out Ross's forces in a lengthy gun battle. Sever shoots Martin, and Ecks pursues Sever, climaxing with a fight that's cut off when Ross starts shooting at them with an M60 machine gun , giving Sever a chance to escape.

Ecks is arrested by Vancouver PD under the false pretense that he killed Martin. While being transported to jail, his convoy is attacked by Sever who frees Ecks. After a lengthy car chase, Sever tells Ecks that she's on his side and gives him his wife's location. Ecks meets Rayne at an aquarium and it's revealed that her "death" was orchestrated by Gant. Rayne ended up believing Ecks had died while he thought she was gone. Rayne then married Gant under the name Vinn. It ends up that Gant had Sever's family killed, it was initially believed that kidnapping Michael was Sever's revenge. However, Rayne reveals that Michael is actually Ecks' son, and Sever's kidnapping was for his protection.

T-Mobile USA is looking forward to fewer regulations and more mergers in the telecom market under President-elect Donald Trump. With net neutrality rules possibly being overturned, the company says mobile Internet providers will have a lot more leeway for "innovation and differentiation."

The election results will lead to a regulatory environment that is "more positive for my industry," T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter said in a Q&A session at a UBS investors conference  yesterday. "You look at some of the earlier decisions that Trump has already made [in choosing advisors ], I think it's very clear there is going to be less regulation, and regulation often destroys innovation and value creation in bringing benefits to the consumer. And the trick is bringing a benefit to the consumer while you're also benefiting your shareholders." Further Reading T-Mobile’s Binge On: When throttling may not break the rules

Under President Obama, the Federal Communications Commission reclassified fixed and mobile ISPs as common carriers and imposed net neutrality rules that forbid blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization. Carter seems confident the Title II decision will be reversed.