The telecoms sector in 2017 finds itself increasingly challenged as operators and end-users respond to multiple challenges, such as the emergence of software-based networks, the steady erosion of voice revenues, and the growth of 'free' communications services.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as millions of people work from home, we examine the measures in place to make sure the internet stays up and running. Our latest buyer's guide looks at the best practice in application modernisation. And we find out how IT leaders are tackling the skills shortage to recruit the best tech talent. Read the issue now.
Telecom networks are evolving thanks to new technologies such as 5G. This evolution will affect various types of organizations, internet service providers (ISPs) and available services. In this e-guide, learn why it is critical for ISPs to explore 5G and its capabilities now, in order to determine how to offer 5G services and support customers.
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.
To implement successful competitive transformation programs, operators need to understand user trends. Read this paper to find out more about the current trends and how you can be more competitive.
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A future in content(ion): Can telecom providers win a share of the digital content market? High growth in digital content offers significant opportunities for telecommunications providers. Find out more by downloading this IBM white paper.
This paper explains how a service delivery environment (SDE) that enables rapid creation, deployment, and maintenance of new services and blending of services supports evolving enterprise networks.
This transcript is a printable version of the webcast presented by enterprise expert Tom Nolle which is designed to help service providers examine the methodology associated with creating optimally profitable services.