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Up next – AaaS (Analytics-as-a-Service)

Up next – AaaS (Analytics-as-a-Service)

Written by on July 28, 2016 in Opinion with 0 Comments
I, and most other industry journalists, have been harping on for years about the growing value of data – especially big data. Much of it has been sitting around for ... Read More
Protecting revenue – and reputation – from telecoms fraud

Protecting revenue – and reputation – from telecoms fraud

Written by on July 28, 2016 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments
Telecoms fraud is still the bane of the industry and is showing no signs of slowing down. Costing the industry billions of euros each year worldwide, roaming fraud has joined ... Read More
How to reduce churn – the stickiness of sharing data

How to reduce churn – the stickiness of sharing data

Written by on July 27, 2016 in Opinion with 0 Comments
The alternative title for this article is ‘how to get value out of a commodity’ or even ‘how to get blood out of a stone’. We have long been saying ... Read More
Is the market for wearables wearing thin?

Is the market for wearables wearing thin?

Written by on July 27, 2016 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments
The precipitous decline underscores the problem. It looks like demand for smartwatches has precipitously declined in Q2 16A, taking the overall outlook for wearables with it. To me this is just another ... Read More
AR is not just a game, it is in the enterprise

AR is not just a game, it is in the enterprise

Written by on July 26, 2016 in Opinion with 0 Comments
The phenomenon that is Pokemon GO took most people completely by surprise. It demonstrated the power of Augmented Reality (AR) – and then some. It did what parents having been ... Read More
Can machine learning get us ahead in cyber security?

Can machine learning get us ahead in cyber security?

Written by on July 26, 2016 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments
Next month, machine learning will put itself against top human hackers in the world’s first all-machine network defense tournament. Top human hackers now have been met with challenges from machines. The ... Read More
An Indian airline, bankruptcy and a real shared ledger use case

An Indian airline, bankruptcy and a real shared ledger use case

Written by on July 22, 2016 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments
Like many of you I am sure I never miss The Economist “Money Talks” podcast, which is how come I happened to hear about the bankruptcy of an Indian airline. ... Read More
Starbucks will serve you coffee but only bits of the internet

Starbucks will serve you coffee but only bits of the internet

Written by on July 21, 2016 in Opinion with 0 Comments
Starbucks has recently announced that it will block some sites on their free Wi-Fi. McDonalds are also filtering sites in their corporate locations. The Starbucks move is partly a reaction ... Read More
Three Ways Telcom Can Compete in the Digital World

Three Ways Telcom Can Compete in the Digital World

Written by on July 21, 2016 in Billing & Payments, Guest Blog with 1 Comment
Now that everything depends so heavily on connectivity, you would think the businesses that own the communications infrastructure would be on top of monetizing their connections. Instead, Telcos, largely in ... Read More
Is OpenCellular the TIP of Facebook’s infrastructure plans?

Is OpenCellular the TIP of Facebook’s infrastructure plans?

Written by on July 20, 2016 in Guest Blog with 1 Comment
ITEM: Facebook has launched an open-source wireless access platform designed to let operators – or anyone else, really – deploy wireless coverage in remote areas. The OpenCellular platform – which ... Read More
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