Tag Archives: Technology

Summary of the Mobility Tech Conference & Expo 2012

Mobility Tech is part of about 14 conferences that run in parallel, covering topics such as: ITExpo (Internet Telephony), MSP (Managed Service Provider) World, HTML5 Summit, VideoWorld, StartupCamp, LatinCom, Cloud4SMB, Cloud Communications and M2M Evolution.  So there a lot going on at the same time.  I ran a panel in Mobility Tech on service innovation, […]

OpenCloud Round Table: The Game has Changed

I recently took part in a round-table discussion in London organized by OpenCloud on the changes occurring within the telecoms landscape: how operators need to change to keep up with market dynamics, with a focus on innovation in services and service-charging.  This was in conjunction with OpenCloud’s launch of Rhino Sentinel to help operators boost […]

End of Year Review, Awards and Predictions: Its been a quiet year in Telecoms, but not Elswhere…

Given all the activity in the technology industry: Sun disappearing into Oracle (aka The Borg); HP’s ex-CEO’s escapades with an actress (normally in the joke its a bishop) and then joining The Borg; Microsoft finally getting its PC OS right and making Office 2010 a pleasure to use; Twitter, Facebook and other’s crazy valuations; Wikileaks; […]

Is BT BS?

We hear Business Transformation (BT) mentioned by many vendors and consultants when they’re selling their products and services.  It closely echos the messaging of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) transformation of the past decade; and given the challenges we’ve seen in realizing those benefits, it’s fair to consider it in some ways a re-branding.  Or you […]