Our February readership numbers were intriguing in ways that data scientists might appreciate. The top stories attracted fewer views than winners in previous months, but our least popular February stories received more views than usual. In other words, the distribution of visits was much more evenly spread across all the articles published during the month. Total page views were significantly up compared to January, even though February is the shortest month of the year.
What does it mean? I have no idea, except that whatever Commsrisk publishes, there are plenty of people who want to read it. These were the ten most popular articles during February.
- Harnessing the power of accurate prediction
- Risk & Assurance Group springs into action
- EE overcharged customer service calls
- 45 percent rise in telco security incidents and losses
- Malaysian telco P1 buys Subex RAFM solution
- More RAG than ever before
- Leaping ahead with risk management: keynote at WeDo Kuala Lumpur 2016
- Studying data science: programming in Python
- Araxxe shares data on frequency of OTT bypass
- Amdocs buys Cvidya for $30mn