An increasing number of countries are looking at how they can use mobile phone data and apps to track movements and ensure compliance
Expands channel and technology portfolio
The BBC has a responsibility to portray issues accurately, but its docuflix on “Dirty Streaming” was irresponsible, inaccurate and biased
The breach raises even more concerns about misuse of facial recognition tech
EY study finds enterprises still cautious about 5G
Adesto supports Dialog’s expansion into smart buildings and industrial automation (Industry 4.0) markets
New Dunant cable due to go live at end of 2020
EU’s proposed facial recognition moratorium could be bad news for European businesses
QKD rises up agenda as the ITU announces a new standard for QKD networks; BT launches QKD network; SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom invest in IDQ; and more countries join EU’s Open QKD Project.
The merger of four managed service providers creates a significant new player spanning Europe, the US and Asia.
Fuelled by the move to the Cloud, increased collaboration, the rise and rise of Big Data, plus media streaming.
AT&T and Verizon reinvent themselves, Big Tech is hauled over the coals, industry waiting for DC Court judgement, T-Mint clears next round of hurdles
OneWeb announces progress in new polar satellite service for increased connectivity for businesses and homes
Huawei’s role in European networks continues to be questioned, as EU and GSMA also weigh in.
Digital transformation is failing because it’s being used simply as an excuse for IT renewal or resulting in marketing-led ‘digital skins’. To succeed, it needs to fundamentally alter the DNA of B2B service providers.
Major outage at Comcast points to opportunity to build business continuity services for SMEs
Colt launches in the US, whether through design or necessity, offering 100Gbit/s services in 13 key cities