Rajeev Suri is unequivocal: Alcatel-Lucent is going to have to fit in with his and his company’s way of doing things if the €15.6 billion merger is going to work.
Network providers need to move quickly in order to position themselves as the “intelligent digital dial tone” of the new digital economy, the annual TM Forum Live event has heard.
Videos from European Communications’ fourth annual big data seminar featuring Telefónica, Amdocs, Arthur D Little and Ineoquest are now available to view.
Retail is becoming the fastest growing area within the M2M/IoT space, as businesses look beyond sweating supply chains, new research from Vodafone has claimed.
Concrete details of operators’ big data projects remain thin on the ground, so it was pleasing to see BT and Cloudera shed some light last month on what they are doing.
EE unveiled a new “connected strategy” in June, the centrepiece of which was the world’s first 4G action camera.
The judging for European Communications’ CMO of the Year award is complete and the shortlist has been drawn up.
The Deputy CEO of Orange said serving households, not individuals was a necessity as the operator laid out plans to be the number one converged player in Europe.
Proximus’ Ariane Marchant said telcos need to dare to embrace consumer emotions as she was crowned CMO of the Year 2015.
BT’s Managing Director of Mobility has said the operator is “optimistic” about getting clearance for its acquisition of EE.
As Jan Geldmacher, Chief Executive of Vodafone Global Enterprise, said earlier this week, one of the operator’s priorities is providing more than just connectivity services to its business customers.
Telcos are facing increased challenges from younger, nimbler rivals when it comes to securing enterprise contracts.
Enterprises need to be prepared for the number of attacks on their networks and IT systems to increase, according to the Managing Director of T-Systems’ Telecommunications division.
When moving to the cloud, the motto 'the first step is the hardest' is one that rings particularly true for the enterprise app market.
The CEO of BT Global Services is excited by what EE could offer his customers, but doesn’t see any value in acquiring rivals in the enterprise space.
Telecoms providers need to expand the cloud services they offer to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) if they are to realise massive new revenue from the market.
Deutsche Telekom and Orange said they will work together to present a united front in the scramble for share of the emerging Internet of Things market, particularly in the home.
Nine months almost to day after it was announced to the world, Risto Siilasmaa and Rajeev Suri’s baby has officially taken its first tentative steps.
To paraphrase Bill Clinton, it’s competition stupid.
Hans-Christian Schwingen, the man responsible for turning the Deutsche Telekom brand into the most valuable in Europe, was Head of Marketing at Audi when headhunters working on behalf of DT first came knocking a decade ago.
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