Top telecoms IT stories
With vaccines making progress around the world and with infections dropping, COVID-19 lockdowns are expected to soon ease. Yet as official restrictions and guidelines change, says Huw Owen, head of EMEA and APJ at Couchbase, the new stay-at-home lifestyles we’ve cultivated won’t disappear so quickly.
The last 12 months have seen many carefully-laid technology plans blown off course, driving IT investments in unforeseen directions. While there is still much uncertainty as we look ahead, says Guy Matthews, editor of NetReporter, it is time to weigh up the IT investment priorities that will drive recovery and growth.
Communication service providers often use the marketing speak of other service providers when they say they want to “empower the customer”, but content delivery network provider Fastly seems to have taken this to new levels, writes global freelance business technology journalist, Antony Savvas. More...
A survey released today reveals there is wide spread confusion among consumers over whether or not they have taken out financing on their mobile phones. In the survey from Trustonic, only 27% of respondents stated they had taken device financing as part of an operator package.
Fuze, the cloud-based communications provider for the modern global enterprise, announced the results of a new global study of 8,800 workers, which reveals that as flexible work is increasingly viewed as an expectation for the working world, attitudes continue to vary widely across industries, roles and geographies.
The telecoms industry is experiencing greater and faster change than at any time in its history. Communications service providers (CSPs) have been forced to rethink basic assumptions about what customers want, and where they are willing to go to get it. Mass-market broadband, cloud computing and the smartphone have completely transformed how customers define […]