There are many mobile solutions that are yet to arrive. But they will not unfold by themselves. Even though there are huge opportunities, many innovators are hesitant to take bold steps.
If all the news we shared with you last week on the legislative activity on cybersecurity has you looking for more this week, we call your attention to the release of Verizon’s sixth annual Data Breach Investigation Report just made public.
The telecommunications industry has come a long way since Lily Tomlin’s iconic skit of telephone operator Ernestine accurately captured the frustrating experience of most customers.
Telcos are sitting on a gold mine of core capabilities and assets, critical for M2M success. In addition to just network connectivity, they have outstanding expertise in large scale service delivery with high reliability and global reach, plus an arsenal of [...]
Mobile operators are getting into the business of aggregating and selling customer data to advertisers. Is there a way to scale Telco big data, or are they trying to harness the ocean?
Do you remember the last time you used a phone booth? I wouldn’t if it had not been last week. In search of a dry place to roll a cigarette in rainy London, I passed one of those signature red …
By Rani Goel, Senior Director, Analytics Product Marketing, A lot of ink has been spilled relating to big data; countless articles, blog posts and discussions are about how data is growing by leaps and bounds and how companies need the ability to store and manage peta bytes and zeta bytes of data. Every time I [...]
Wireless communications carriers may soon face an unprecedented dilemma: Will they give preference on their networks to people chatting and texting on their mobile devices or to "things" jabbering with each other?read more
by Rani Goel, Senior Director, Industry Solutions Marketing, SAP What is big data? There are many definitions and opinions about this topic, but most agree that it has three main characteristics, namely volume, velocity, and variety. A recently publi…
Many companies view SMS as legacy technology, and are bypassing it in favor of apps and new, non-carrier communication services like WhatsApp. The death of SMS is nowhere near, though.