Category: Digital Transformation


The Telecoms.com Podcast: More than meets the eye

The usual suspects are back after a week of globetrotting to industry trade shows. Iain and Scott reflect on their time at Digital Transformation World and discuss whether or not telcos should even bother digitally transforming themselves. At the same time Jamie was in the US at the Big Communications Event, at which he heard about how Jio is going to continue transforming the Indian market. They then move on to the transformation of ZTE from a thriving company to a dying one, and maybe back again, and conclude with the subtle transformation of Deutsche Telekom into a smaller company.

London welcomes buskers to the digital revolution

Moving into the connected era has threatened the livelihoods of numerous individuals, but a new initiative from Busk In London and iZettle, backed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan plans to bring buskers into the digital economy.

GDPR: time to cross your T’s and dot your I’s

The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) rules come into effect on May 25th, 2018. With less than a month to go, most companies are now scurrying to secure the finishing touches to their GDPR plan.

IBM investment shows Macron’s tech mission is working

French President Emmanuel Macron has a mission, and his mission is to take France to the top of the technology rankings in Europe. With IBM adding an extra 1800 jobs and a training centre in the country, he might well be succeeding.

Philosophical transformation

Telecoms.com and Light Reading both attended Digital Transformation World in Nice, France and it seemed to have been one trade show too many for Scott and Iain.

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