Category: Digital Transformation


Europe set to join the facial recognition debate

With more authorities demonstrating they cannot be trusted to act responsibly or transparently, the European Commission is reportedly on the verge of putting the reigns on facial recognition.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: What is digital transformation?

We welcome special guest Jennifer Kyriakakis from digital commerce software vendor Matrixx this week, so Scott and Jamie spend the whole hour trying to work out what the hell ‘digital’ actually means in the telecoms environment. The three of them discuss best practice, why digital transformation is important and who, if anyone, is doing it well.

Nexign talks digital transformation in the 5G era

At the recent Digital Transformation World event in Nice we spoke to Alexey Vedin, Product Director, Network Monetisation at Nexign. We discussed the evolution of CSPs to DSPs, digital transformation in the 5G era and the importance of digital partnerships.

BT to close 90% of UK office locations

BT’s cost-efficiency strategy has managed to avoid the headlines in recent months, but today it has announced it will be shutting down 270 of its 300 office locations around the UK.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: 5G, edge computing and Huawei

Jamie takes the helm this week as the pod comes from the Big 5G Event in Denver. He’s joined by Iain and debutant Telecoms.com podder Mitch Wagner from Light Reading. Appropriately enough that kick off by talking about 5G, with a focus on edge computing. The move on to the transformation of the telecoms industry in general and just can’t resist an update of the Huawei situation.

Telenor makes some IoT predictions

The IoT bit of Norwegian operator group Telenor has had a go at predicting the IoT market, with a bit of help from its friends.

Verizon hits reset button with 2.0 launch

Verizon has announced it is now a new business, one which is customer centric and ready for the digital world of tomorrow. Smells like a polite way of announcing a restructure.

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