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The customer is king. How many times have we heard that over the years? And yet it’s more true now than ever, writes Francesco Venturini, the global industry senior managing director for communications and media at Accenture. With seemingly limitless choice at their fingertips, customers want more and if you don’t give it to them, they’ll move on to someone that will.
Shaped in collaboration with the UK’s security service, GCHQ and National Cyber Security Centre staff, Ajax Intelligence is the most effective solution against email phishing available on the market. (more…)
Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere these days, whether in reality or just as a hyped-up label for some simple rules-based decisioning, and this has led to some interesting problems, says David Smith, head of GDPR Technology, SAS UK & Ireland. (more…)
Basware, the global provider of networked source-to-pay solutions, e-invoicing and innovative financing services, has signed a P2P SaaS deal with DNA, one of the leading Finnish telecommunications operators. (more…)
In the second part of their article, Chris Gilmour, the technical practice lead, and Mark Holder, an account director, at Axians UK, outline a five-step approach to next generation network success.
Data – it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Almost every action we take, such as the click of a mouse or the tap of a credit card in a shop, creates more and more, writes Fredrik Forslund, the vice president for Enterprise & Cloud Erasure at Blancco Technology Group.
Everything used to be so straightforward. Customers couldn’t get enough mobile service – first voice, then data – and 3GPP brought vendors and operators together on a single path to delivering more of it, writes Dr. Nick Johnson, the chief technology officer of ip.access. Ubiquitous coverage with infinite capacity was a reasonable expectation. The ITU did its bit with a handy bite-sized definition for 4G. There was a target we could all aim for. We all did. And we all pretty much hit it.
TIBCO Software Inc., a global provider in integration, API management, and analytics, announced the acquisition of Scribe Software, an innovative, cloud-based integration service that helps more than 10,000 businesses efficiently connect Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and automate data flows using an intuitive browser-based approach. (more…)
The telecoms sector is in the midst of its biggest era of disruption since the introduction of the mobile phone in the mid to late 1980s, writes Dan Faulkner, the senior vice president and general manager of Nuance Communications. Not only is the stagnant regulatory environment threatening the market’s agility but the revenues of communications service providers (CSPs) are also in decline due to new players joining the market.
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