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  • Partner or perish!

    Posted October 29, 2013 by Ali Durmus

    One area that has become increasingly more relevant for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) of late is partner management. The disruptive digital explosion has forced them to seek out new digital service providers (DSPs) to meet the growing demand for services they don’t have or may even u...

  • Connecting ‘things’ is not enough

    Posted October 15, 2013 by Nanda Kumar

    If you haven’t heard already everything that can be connected to ‘Internet of Things’ will be. That very same IOT, as it has become affectionately known, will become so pervasive that it will allow us (and machines) to do things we never would have dreamt of a few years back. &nbs...

  • The big, big data opportunity

    Posted October 15, 2013 by Alon Aginsky

    The latest round of financial results highlights the painful squeeze being faced by communications service providers (CSPs). In many markets, voice and messaging revenues are being eroded by over-the-top alternatives, while regulators are mandating cuts in mobile termination rates. Competitive an...

  • Superfast broadband in the sky?

    Posted October 4, 2013 by Rob Smith

    Recently there’s been a lot of news and debate around ‘Wi-Fi in the sky’ – can it rival the service that consumers experience on the ground, and is it close to becoming ubiquitous? With recent developments we’re certainly a step closer.   Ofcom recently appeared ...

  • Why is Big Data so Big?

    Posted September 25, 2013 by Rui Paiva

    What ever happened to simple Data Analytics and Business Intelligence?   Today it’s all about Big Data, but what is all the fuss really about?   The key lies in Wikipedia’s definition that “Big Data is the term for a collection of data sets so large and comp...

  • Facing Front-Line Fatigue

    Posted September 23, 2013 by Ali Durmus

    Supporting the number and variety of mobile devices, unique product configurations, applications, and the volume of problems those create is overwhelming support staff.  As complexity increases, so does the customer frustration factor, resulting in more calls to customer care. Continuous traini...

  • Fear and loathing of system changes

    Posted September 6, 2013 by Nanda Kumar

    We all know we are in the middle of a Digital Revolution that is deeply transforming our lives and opens new growth opportunities. The rules of this new ‘Digital World’ are not yet written; we are all in the process of shaping the change aggressively while challenging the status quo. &n...

  • Happy Customers, happy companies, happy people …

    Posted August 27, 2013 by Rui Paiva

    When an enterprise talks about operational efficiency it usually refers to the processes it undertakes to operate smoothly.   Those that continue to operate efficiently and remain profitable over time know they have to keep reviewing those processes constantly and continuously, but this is no...

  • Ready to Launch

    Posted August 20, 2013 by Ali Durmus

    Although operators have always had a product lifecycle, they have not always adopted a product mindset. The commoditization and regulation of bandwidth and access means that operators need to become elite retailers of connected products. Connectivity is a wholesale product and the only way to increa...

  • Connected to my car

    Posted August 9, 2013 by Nanda Kumar

    Intel says that the connected car is already the third fastest growing technological device sector after phones and tablets. By the end of 2014, every new, big brand vehicle on sale will offer some sort of connectivity. But what does this really mean, and who will benefit most?   Starting w...