The video of my presentation to the WeDo User Group 2017 sees me arguing for a better understanding of the psychology of risk-based decision making.
An insurance fraud which exploits online data held by the Kenyan National Transport and Safety Authority is blamed on the “weak system” of the Kenya Revenue Authority.
Did you miss a big story? Catch up with the rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles during August.
There will always be overcharging so long as customer bills depend on estimates instead of actual meter readings.
Porter Bibb, the famous American financier and media producer, believes Netflix will have to introduce adverts to boost revenues, but this will prompt its decline.
Two first-time contributors sit near the top of the charts for the most popular Commsrisk articles of July.
Most of us want to grow, but the growth process risks pain. That was one theme of the talk given by Atul Jain, CEO and founder of TEOCO, when he spoke at RAG London earlier this year.
Google lowers its costs by advocating for laws that prevent telcos from invoicing Google. Meanwhile, academics are failing to state how much money they receive from Google.
Which stories grabbed the attention of your peers? Here is a rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles during June.
The US-headquartered supplier of a mishmash of telecoms services, including RA, agrees that they need to turn around their fortunes… but cannot say how they will do it.