Month: October 2019

How you can tell your digital transformation is on the wrong track

Too many so-called digital transformation projects are really IT renewal in digital clothing.

Younger workers not taking enough responsibility for security

NTT report reveals under 30s have a very different view to cybersecurity to their older colleagues

When operational efficiency and employee experience clash, everyone loses

As Asda follows rival Sainsbury’s by introducing a controversial new employment contract, Omnisperience looks at why this can damage brands, operational efficiency and revenues

Highlands and Islands get broadband boost, rural Britain to get guaranteed 4G

30,000 more premises to be connected in Scotland. UK forges deal with mobile operators for rural connectivity

UK pricing and packaging update

Price hikes, unlimited deals, limited-time discounts – a round up of what’s happening in broadband pricing and bundling in the UK

UK Government invests in smart waste

Technology including blockchain, QR codes and sensors will be utilised in the new solution

New £1.5 billion framework announced by MoD

Framework will last 3-5 years for MoD digital and IT programmes

Telecoms through the looking glass: bad deals, bad data, bad customer service

Customer journeys need work, with too much focus still being placed on acquisition rather than retention

Meeting overload? Time to get smarter about meetings

As FOMO continues to drive meeting bloat, BlueJeans proposes Smart Meetings and Trello says technology is both an enabler and a distraction

Ciena acquires service assurance vendor Centina

Expands its OSS solution, with technology to be integrated into Blue Planet MDSO and BPI

UK Government still isn’t feeling the ‘white heat of technology’

Government commits £5 billion to FTTP but telecoms spending still lags far behind rail

CEE focus: Vivacom is for sale (again), and EQT buys fibre firm Inexio

Investment in CEE continues, with 99% of investors saying they would invest again