Recent events in India reiterate how politicians shift government burdens to privately-owned telcos. To manage risk, telcos must resist the ill-defined transfer of government obligations.
We have been promised a revolution in healthcare thanks to the Internet of Things. However, healthcare execs are admitting that security around the IoT is simply not good enough.
It will be my honour to introduce a strong line-up of guest speakers at the Subex User Conference, to be held in Prague this October.
The EU Commission has a cunning plan to force all copyrighted online content to be made available in every EU country.
Martin Nygate, CEO of Nanu, has a refreshingly straightforward analysis of why OTT providers and network operators need to cut win-win deals.
Real-time responsiveness allows operators to proactively engage customers, but also demands a change in corporate culture.
Matt Ehrlich of Experian explains how they use Big Data and device intelligence to find the criminals hiding amidst the customers of communications services.
Subex is sponsoring two new awards that will recognize telcos and individuals who excel at risk management and assurance. Nominations are open until September 15th.
Mark Zuckerberg has argued that connectivity should be treated as a human right. But what might be the legal basis for enforcing that right?
Einstein believed we must choose the right questions, to reach the most important answers. Here are 50 questions that everyone needs to ask about the way they manage fraud.