Everybody likes superheroes, so perhaps the comic heroes of RAFM should return to fight more battles against marketing penguins and audit robots.
A deal will almost certainly be done at 40¢ per share but you would need to be a fortune teller to predict what Cartesian’s new owners will do with their acquisition.
Current CEO Surjeet Singh will depart when his contract runs out, and his place will be taken by his effective deputy, the long-serving COO Vinod Kumar.
Tim Berners-Lee invented the web, but he makes ill-considered suggestions for how it should be managed.
Is this veteran telco RAFM vendor undergoing fundamental change? Of the five directors the company had at their last financial year end, three have recently departed.
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GVG is being employed to implement a pan-African roaming settlement platform. Will it stop fraud and prevent African telecoms revenue being leaked overseas?
Should social networks monitor for comments that are similar to those they have previously been forced to remove?
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Instead of levying a charge based on the cost of their software platform, might a B/OSS provider charge only for the actual service performed?