27 December 2018 -- US and Asian operators continue to dominate the world's telecoms market. Total Telecom has released its Global 100 list, which compiles the 100 biggest telecoms companies in the world by revenue. There are no real surprises although the report does throw up a number of interesting points. Unsurprisingly, AT&T remained the biggest company in the industry amassing revenues of €131.8 billion. While there was little movement in the top 10 and none at all in the top 4.
16 April 2018 -- The introduction of VoLTE will deliver significant benefits to both Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and their subscribers as VoLTE services are forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30 percent between 2018 and 2021.
13 April 2018 -- The digital marketing industry shows few signs of slowing down as brands continue to adjust to the pace of change in data, technology and measurement. As marketing shifts away from the classic model of mindless spending, there are new opportunities and emerging technologies that can better trace the correlation between spending and engagement with prospective customers.
11 April 2018 -- The US recently passed the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (the CLOUD Act), which allows law enforcement agencies with warrants to directly access data held overseas.The Australian Government has welcomed the United States’ move to introduce more powers for law enforcement agencies to access overseas data.
27 March 2018 -- The current drama surrounding Facebook and the sharing of client information has turned into a nightmare for Mark Zuckerberg and his business, but this topic is not purely a Facebook issue or even a problem unique to social media.
24 March 2018 -- The wildfire growth of IoT is arguably the most important trend happening in technology today, but the ease with which bad actors can exploit its manifold security vulnerabilities has been demonstrated many times in just the past couple of years.
14 March 2018 -- Pay TV pricing is the biggest factor in the consumer decision to cut the cord, and it continues to increase in relevance, according to TiVo’s latest quarterly “Online Video and Pay-TV Trends Report." According to the technology company’s research division, 86.7% of pay TV refugees listed price as their top reason for cutting the cord, a 6.6% uptick over TiVo’s Q4 2016 report.
9 April 2018 -- Building a culture of continuous innovation holds significant rewards for enterprises that need to address constantly changing market environments and new competitive landscapes and also want to unleash the untapped potential of their broader employee base. While many companies have incentive programs for inventions and improvement proposals, their impact is often quite limited. In the following article, we discuss some considerations and practices that are based on experience with large organizations in the technology industry that have proven successful over the years.