Category: trends

One charger to rule them all?

EC signals action on chargers as electronic waste continues to rise

Ofcom pushes for fairer pricing for UK customers

Ofcom’s latest pricing trends report found that UK consumers pay less that in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the US for their services, with the average cost of mobile calls, text and data packages (ARPU) […]

Green initiatives are a huge emerging market for B2B telecoms

As the GSMA reveals its new green initiatives, BT reminds us that this is no longer just about greenwashing but about cold hard cash

Oxfordshire crowned the homeworking capital of the UK

The North of England and Scotland trail behind rural counties such as Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Norfolk, meaning that both employees and employers are missing out on the wide range of benefits homeworking delivers.

Beyond the greenwashing – getting the green light for data centres

Environmental impact is returning to the top of the digital agenda, but optimising data centres can save significant sums of both money and carbon

Data centre market continues to boom

Fuelled by the move to the Cloud, increased collaboration, the rise and rise of Big Data, plus media streaming.

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

Flexible working still a huge opportunity for B2B telcos

Service providers need to consider how they increase their revenues by better targeting homeworking

The benefits and perils of deploying AI

While a useful tool, AI is not a panacea for all an organisation’s ills

Have you incorporated the share economy into your strategy?

Access rather than ownership is a key trend – how is your business supporting this?

SMEs big on G-Cloud 10, but need to be bigger

UK Government still underperforming on SME engagement – something that B2B providers could help fix.

Report highlights key UK verticals for investment in the next five years

Report finds that despite Brexit, investors are bullish about investing in UK infrastructure.

PWC sounds the death knell of the fixed line phone business

PWC announces it will move from using desktop phones to mobiles. This highlights a growing trend of fixed-mobile substitution which B2B providers need to respond to.

Why you should forget 5G (for now)

With even network equipment providers becoming more sceptical, is there a business case for 5G?

Getting rich quick from the trillion dollar baby

By 2025 the IoT market will be worth $1.1 trillion – how much of that can B2B telcos expect to get?