Category: Digital Transformation


MWC 19 interview – Pierre Zimmer – Post Luxembourg

At Mobile World Congress 2019 we spoke to Pierre Zimmer, Deputy General Director of Post Luxembourg, who explored the importance of the digital transformation process to telcos and talked us through a major project his own company has recently completed.

Orange Bank is on a roll

Cutting through the noise at Mobile World Congress is a tough job but Orange’s play for the financial industry is certainly a good attempt.

Evolving ETSI engulfs enterprise

The connectivity landscape is evolving is quickly as the desire for telcos to diversify revenues, so it makes perfect sense the worlds’ standards authority does as well.

Big Apple says no to Amazon

The PR bout between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Democratic Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been settled, with the internet giant cancelling plans to open a New York office.

EA’s Fortnite copycat is off to a flier

One week after Electronic Arts launched Apex Legends, a free-to-play online battle royale game, the team is purring over 25 million sign ups and over 2 million concurrent players at peak times.

Are you ready to look at 6G?

We can hear the groans already, but we’re going to do it anyway. Let’s have a look at what 6G could possibly contribute to the connected economy.

Europe sailing towards conflict over China 5G

Germany is drafting rules to allow Chinese companies to participate in the 5G bonanza, while the European Commission is thinking of banning them. Something’s got to give.

Cisco calls for US GDPR rollout

In a move which might make the networking giant quite unpopular on the US side of the pond, Cisco’s Chief Legal and Compliance Officer Mark Chandler has called for a US version of GDPR.

Jio claims another scalp as RCom is down and out

Reliance Communications has arguably gotten the sharpest end of the Jio stick over the last couple of years, but it seems the misery is finally over as the firm files for bankruptcy.

Who’s got the stones to buy Netflix?

Apple, Disney, Microsoft or even Alibaba; one of the biggest questions which has circled the technology industry over the last couple of years is who could possibly acquire Netflix?

GDPR net starting to get very wide

Eight months after the introduction of GDPR decisions are starting to emerge from the first complaints. The breadth and depth of the complaints is starting to look revolutionary for the digital economy.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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