As concerns over data privacy, IT and network security continue to grow, a recent survey of information security professionals shows a growing demand for tighter security regulations.
Infrastructure giant VMware is feeling the pinch from application modernisation technology’s biggest threat, Kubernetes.
This year has already seen more than 14 telcos launch commercial 5G services globally, with launches concentrated in the US, Western Europe, developed Asia and the Persian Gulf.
In February 2019, Telkom Kenya and Airtel Kenya announced plans to merge their Kenya telecom services into a joint venture to be called Airtel-Telkom.
The European Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) market is highly competitive, with an increasing number of global and local players competing for market share. Securing the right content is a key element for companies looking to succeed in the over-the-top (OTT) video space.
Software manufacturers are leaping on the idea of containerisation as a quick route to true cross-cloud compatibility; however, enterprise buyers need to be aware that there is a huge difference between compatibility and capability.
In the realm of AI, Huawei is readying itself to go head to head with global leaders, including Google and Amazon.
Netflix has established itself as the global leader in online video streaming.
A new privacy regulation similar to Europe’s Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is looming for companies doing business in California, as that state’s Consumer Privacy Act takes effect at the beginning of 2020.
IT vendors are all addicted to the subscription model, but can it survive an economic downturn?
With increased smartphone prices and reduced innovation between device generations, people are holding on to their phones longer.
US telcos are employing a cross-network number verification approach to fight phone scam and robocalling, but the solution is far from a silver bullet.
Pay-TV household penetration in the Americas reached 53.2% at the end of 2018, behind Central & Eastern Europe (71.2%), Asia-Pacific (67.4%), and Western Europe (62.5%), but above the global average, which stood at 55.3% for the same period.
Fixed and cable operators are increasingly delivering 1 Gbps services to residences thanks to new fibre buildouts as well as technologies that can squeeze more capacity out of legacy copper-based solutions.
To meet ever-growing consumer data demands and offer new digital products and services, European telcos are strongly investing in high-speed fibre broadband.
Total mobile subscriptions in Argentina will reach 61.3 million by year-end 2019, and will account for 8.4% of the region’s total mobile subscriptions.
Fixed broadband adoption in Kenya is relatively low, with a 0.54% penetration of the population, despite efforts under the 2013-2017 national broadband strategy.
With early deployments of 5G now underway in the US, it is becoming clear that all 5G is not created equal and performance thus far varies wildly depending on operator, city and spectrum being used.
Facebook recently unveiled “proactive” scrutiny measures and administrator tools for its closed-community private groups.
In Latin America, fixed broadband revenue will increase from US$23.8 billion in 2019 to US$28.7 billion in 2024, which represents a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8%.
A new wireless technology, CBRS, offers enterprises a do-it-yourself option but it also allows companies such as Google, Amazon, Nokia, and Comcast to offer an alternative approach to private nets.
The recent disclosure that Cisco settled with US federal, state and local government agencies and the contractor who had originally alerted the company to a flaw in video surveillance technology could be a harbinger of things to come.
Thanks to the power of artificial intelligence, new low-code platforms catering to non-coders have been significantly enhanced.
The beleaguered European manufacturing sector has seen deceleration after two of the largest industrial companies, Siemens and ArcelorMittal, have reported drops in quarterly earnings.
Civil libertarians of every political stripe should be concerned about US President Donald Trump blaming digital art for young Americans’ capacity for mass murder.
Delivery of fifth-generation (5G) services represents the future of the mobile network, but what do operators do with all the previous wireless generations – 2G, 3G, and 4G?
Now that we are seeing the first 5G sites come online and some of the first 5G phones become available on the market, it’s time to re-assess what that really means.
The aggregate fixed broadband penetration of the population in Europe was 58.3% in 2018 and is expected to reach 70% in 2024.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is pressing ahead with the development of its communications infrastructure as a part of plans to reduce the country’s economic dependence on oil resources.
Morocco’s mobile telecoms market is changing, as user demand for mobile data is growing.