To cope and thrive through the economic downturn, service providers look to reducing the cost to serve and generating new revenues even more. Service Providers' billing infrastructure is a key imperative for both strategies. To address cost reduction, service providers must look at the two main drivers in this paper.
In order to remain competitive and grow, service providers must increase revenue through value-added services and build innovative new business models, while reducing capital and operating expenses. Read this presentation transcript, taken from the mediacast of the same name, to learn more.
In this week's Computer Weekly, Windows is still the most-used operating system in enterprises – we look at where Microsoft aims to take it next. We examine some of the key questions for CIOs for their 2021 IT strategy. And we analyse the best practice in preventing distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to food and drinks giant PepsiCo, about how it works with tech startups to drive growth and digital transformation. Our latest buyer's guide examines the key elements of a composable business. And with all the chatter about ChatGPT, we look at the implications of generative AI. Read the issue now.
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In this week's Computer Weekly, we're used to James Bond and his gadgets, but now MI6 is investing in tech startups to develop new intelligence capabilities. Our exclusive IT Priorities survey suggests IT leaders are optimistic about 2022. And our new buyer's guide examines the latest emerging technologies. Read the issue now.
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IT monitoring tools deliver plenty of data, but sometimes, the volume can be a problem. It's a challenge to know how closely to monitor infrastructure and applications, especially when some tools monitor apps in real time.