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Netscout: don’t think digital, think business

Netscout: don’t think digital, think business

Written by on October 27, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

As global chief marketing officer of newly enlarged NETSCOUT, Jim McNiel expects service providers like Tesco to be first to disrupt the market and maximise new digital revenues. Here McNiel tells Jeremy Cowan how they’ll beat mobile network operators to drive new digital services. “Everything we do involves digital services as consumers. We found our […]

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Analysts’ nasty little secrets

Analysts’ nasty little secrets

Written by on August 29, 2014 in BillingViews, Guest Blog with 2 Comments

NetScout is crying foul against Gartner. The NetScout lawsuit against Gartner has raised the ‘pay-for-play’ specter once again. Whether this is a case of a vendor just peeved at their spot on the Gartner Magic Quadrant or they have a legitimate grievance, I am not in a position to judge. Whether NetScout will be successful […]

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Has the magic gone from Magic Quadrants?

Has the magic gone from Magic Quadrants?

Written by on August 11, 2014 in BillingViews, News with 1 Comment

It is quite tough to fathom the hold the Gartner folk have on the communications industry. They are, or believe they are, so powerful that even powerful software companies get upset at not being in the right place in one of their Magic Quadrants. Some go to great lengths to try and change it. In the case Netscout […]

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