There was plenty of bad news in 2017. However, bad news for everyone else is good news for us, if we have the courage to find new ways to address growing problems and emerging risks.
A Nobel prizewinner castigates the prices levied by US telcos, but his diagnosis of the causes is contrary to basic facts about the market.
Most UK telco customers could get a lower price, if they simply asked their existing provider for it.
Which stories drew the most interest from your peers? These were the ten most popular Commsrisk articles during November.
ICASA’s new regulations should indirectly lower the cost of data services. They are likely to be copied by regulators around Africa.
Discover what your peers have been reading with this rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles of the past month.
This confused international supplier of a mix of services, including strategic telecoms consulting and RA software, must hope that somebody will offer to buy it.
If customers lack faith in telcos it is because of how they are treated when confronted with real, and expensive, problems.
How will digitalization of telco services create new issues for risk and assurance practitioners? That subject is covered by this presentation, given at the Subex User Conference in Zagreb.
The UK’s Conservative government wants to impose price caps on energy tariffs, but the real problem is that customers do not choose to switch to the cheaper tariffs that already exist.