Tag: business

What every CEO should be discussing today

Putting people back into the heart of business, and seeing work as a verb not a noun are essential for organisations to thrive

CityFibre announces accelerated network rollout

36 new locations for FTTP in UK, 5,000 construction jobs created

Four words that transform relationships. Do you know what they are?

B2B service providers can learn key lessons on customer relationships from experience leaders such as Amazon.

How would-be-king Corbyn’s plans affect B2B service providers

The UK Labour party puts full fibre at the heart of its strategy. But sees government not just driving the agenda, but controlling the rollout of digital infrastructure in the UK.

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.

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

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

What B2B telcos can learn from automotive manufacturers

Automotive firms have moved beyond products to experience-oriented service

UK reviews use of Chinese equipment in its networks

Huawei’s role in European networks continues to be questioned, as EU and GSMA also weigh in.

Are we there yet? Why it’s time to consign digital transformation to history

Saying you’re digitally transforming in 2019 is like saying you power your company with steam

Transforming technology doesn’t transform relationships

Trust is an essential ingredient for success in the experience economy, but service providers are still coming up short in this area.

No-one likes anonymous

Too many companies fail at the first level of personalisation. Here’s why.

Are you ready for Ofcom’s new proposals on out-of-contract notifications?

New proposals for end-of-contract notifications will affect those supplying SMEs. The consequences will be far reaching for both UK and international service providers.