This white paper details the day-to-day challenges telecom and IT departments face and how leveraging advanced technology together with an innovative approach to solving those telecom challenges simplifies moves, ads and changes (MACs) for help desk agents to understand and execute.
This presentation transcript, taken directly from the webcast of the same name, talks about consolidating service platforms to reduce costs. It starts off by asking the obvious question: What is a service platform and why do I care?
Mobile internet access and the explosive demand for high bandwidth services on mobile devices have created a pivotal point for service providers. Those providers that can meet the new demands while increasing efficiency will be able to increase their market share, while those that are not will lose ground. Read on to learn how to keep up.
This white paper is intended to provide service providers with IBM's point of view on the power of collaboration in a Web 2.0 environment and to introduce a new IBM solution that can help telecoms to use collaboration as a tool for enabling innovation.
Read this case study to learn the benefits of choosing Parallels Sitebuilder solution for Portugal Telecom's internet services future as well as the automation benefits of increased revenue, a decrease in operation costs, and a decreased time-to-market for customized service plans.
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 resource, discover how mobile security really starts from mobile device management. Click now to unveil 5 best practices to reduce complexity in mobile environments so that you can improve vulnerability monitoring capabilities.
As Estonia finalises the initial version of its government services digital assistant for launch, the man heading the project describes the birth of Bürokratt and beyond. Also read about Helsinki's role in a pan-EU project to introduce drone technology into emergency medical services.
Most of Iceland's cheap, sustainable energy is used by aluminium smelters, but the country's Landsvirkjun power company is now promoting other uses for it, including high-performance computing. Also read in this issue how IoT collaboration in Norway is reaching beyond industries such as mining and shipping to include fish farming.