Nixon Wampamba, Moly McMillan, Geoff Ibbett and Sebastian Milczanowksi have each made an outstanding lifetime contribution to the community of communications risk professionals.
The GSMA’s Alex Sinclair also wants the analytics and assurance firm to manage the exchange of data between GSMA members.
Did you miss any big news stories about telecoms risk management? These were the Commsrisk articles that grabbed most attention during June.
Persistence is key to success. Challenges are overcome through cooperation. The web provides a way to find like-minded people.
A new series republishing some of the classic Commsrisk articles of yesteryear begins with the very first post on this website.
Which stories grabbed the attention of your professional peers? Here are the ten most popular Commsrisk articles during May.
Repeated losses led founder David Toms to sell the telecoms RAFM business he originally established in Britain in 1990.
A 2 percent rise in revenues and a 5 percent final dividend somewhat conflict with Subex’s sky-high P/E ratio.
One way to understand risk tolerance is to determine the difference between the lowest possible cost in ideal circumstances and the true optimal cost for your business.
The audience for Commsrisk dipped slightly during December and January, but has since returned to roaring growth with an all-time record number of visitors during April.