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Corporate network infrastructure (CNI) is a critical component of the corporate communications network and a key element of the network’s ability to function as a trusted platform.

In 2017, CNI accounted for nearly 40 percent of the $9.6 billion in revenue that corporations reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The vast majority of this revenue came from corporate networks that had no traditional network infrastructure at all.

These networks have been around for years, and have been a vital part of the communication infrastructure that corporations rely on.

But in 2017, it appeared that many companies were abandoning this critical component in favor of more streamlined and automated networks.

In fact, in 2016, only 38 percent of all networks had a CNI of any kind.

As of mid-2017, nearly one-third of all corporate networks were not even functional at all and had no network infrastructure whatsoever.

According to the SEC, this was due to a number of factors, including a lack of network security, an inability to track the source of malicious activity on the network, and poor quality of network infrastructure.

In addition, the vast majority (70 percent) of these networks were also not functioning as intended.

This left companies without a means of effectively communicating and coordinating their networks and their networks weren’t working as intended either.

These deficiencies in network security were largely due to the lack of a centralized control center that was accountable to the company itself.

Without a CNP, these networks weren to the detriment of the business and the company didn’t know where to turn if something went wrong.

In 2016, as many as 50 percent of corporate networks didn’t have any CNI at all, according to a recent study conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).

As the report pointed out, companies that had not adopted an automated network are unable to identify and respond to cyberattacks.

The report noted that “companies that had adopted automated network architecture could have mitigated the risk of a cyberattack by having an effective CNP and by adopting a cybersecurity posture that would mitigate risks to their networks, rather than relying on the traditional control and communications channels of a traditional network.”

This lack of an automated CNP has also been blamed for the failure of several organizations to report information on a timely basis.

The failure of a corporate network to function properly is the main reason that corporate networks have become a focus for cyberattacks, as it has become impossible to know where malicious activity is coming from and how to respond to it.

It also means that companies can’t effectively manage the network itself.

A number of companies have been hit by cyberattacks in 2017 and some of them have been accused of being complicit in these attacks.

In April 2017, for example, the Justice Department charged that the software company that provided the cyberattack vector used by the group that perpetrated the massive data breach at Equifax breached the security of the company’s network and used it to conduct cyberattacks against the U-2 spy plane, a U.K. Air Force spy plane.

In March 2017, two of the world’s largest tech companies, Microsoft and Google, were accused of allowing the Chinese government to gain access to their network.

In February 2017, the FBI arrested a former Facebook employee who was suspected of sharing private information on his personal Facebook account with the Chinese state.

In October 2017, a cybersecurity company was accused of using a sophisticated hacking technique to breach the company that had provided the company with a critical infrastructure component.

A former Facebook engineer was arrested in March 2017 for allegedly providing information to the Chinese security agency, and his company was later accused of providing the Chinese intelligence agency with sensitive information about the UAV system that the company had built.

Additionally, the company was also accused of failing to protect its networks from cyberattacks by failing to have a security system in place.

In December 2017, Facebook said that it was working on a new network architecture that would make the company more resilient to cyberattack.

In September 2017, Google said that its network was compromised and that it would be shutting down its network.

The cybersecurity company that built Google’s network was also caught sharing classified information with the Russian government in 2015, and it was found that the information that was shared was used to hack Google’s competitors and even the U