Recapping MWC 2018: Four Things We Would Like to Have Seen

Another Mobile World Congress (MWC) has come and gone. An impressive event as always, this year over 100,000 people descended on an unusually chilly Barcelona for the world’s largest exhibition for the ever-expanding mobile industry to learn about the latest trends and technologies – and to showcase the latest innovations. If one word were to…

New Report Reveals How Tier-1 Mobile Operators Increase ARPU and Customer Satisfaction in Today’s Competitive Environment

3 tangible benefits Communications Service Providers can derive from becoming Masters of Security The ancient quote from Heraclitus: “The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change” is as relevant today as it ever were. It is certainly very pertinent to the Telecommunications industry. In fact, it’s never boring working in the telecom industry because things…

Time for Service Providers to Become “Masters of Security”

US Government Acting against Cybersecurity Threats.  While palming off incidences of Fake News like they were annoying bugs, US President Trump is taking cyber-attack threats much more seriously. On May 11, 2017, the President issued Executive Order 13800, “Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure”. The US Department of Commerce, Homeland Security Release…

2018 Predictions: Will Technology Deliver on its Promise in 2018?

The past twelve months has been a turbulent year for many, not least with its fair share of extreme weather and economic crises. However it’s not all been doom and gloom. Google’s 2017 Year in Search revealed the most popular type of question asked to its search engine was “how” – evidencing people’s yearning to…

Security, Security, Security: The Top Three IoT Challenges Confronting CSPs

While this may sound like the old joke about the three “L’s” of real estate success — location, location, location — it’s actually deadly serious. When it comes to IoT (Internet of Things), CSPs should pay particular attention to the 3 S’s: Security, Security, Security. Unless internalized, there could be some real heartache coming to…

BadRabbit: Is Three the Magic Number, or is this The New Normal?

Did you know that the damages from Ransomware are expected to be more than $5 billion by the year 2020? This is not just the cost of paying the ransom itself, but also the price of destruction and loss of data, the downtime involved getting systems back online, and the disruption to the business which…

IoT Security: Threat to an Opportunity

The promise of connected things has finally started to make itself felt. Carriers are busy launching their IoT offerings preparing for the massive burst of growth as the adoption of connected devices begins to outstrip that of mobile handsets.  From fleet tracking telemetry to home alert systems, the use cases have been endless and many…

Securely Mapping Africa’s Digital Future

The latest cyber-security proposals and guidelines for Africa have proven the need for a unified security strategy across both the public and the private sector, with this being shown across multiple regions, networks and industries. As one of the largest growth areas in the world, the guidelines make a point of discussing how integral it…

Winding Down From Mobile World Congress 2017: Security and Usability

It’s been a non-stop week at Mobile World Congress Americas 2017. With dozens of business cards in our pockets, and our feet and jaws aching from three days on the floor, let’s look back on some of the highlights, and our favorite speakers and thoughts from the inaugural event. Marcelo Claure “Security will be the…

What to Expect at MWC Americas: IoT Takes the Stage

This year, for the very first time, the wireless technologies trade association CTIA will be combining forces with the GSMA, for their Mobile World Congress Americas 2017. The conference looks set to emphasize core communications and mobile technologies, as well as consumer and industrial applications to the Internet of Things (IoT).  We’re looking forward to…

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