You can’t blame technology vendors and service providers for pushing the limits of marketing hype with Artificial Intelligence (AI). After all, it is hottest buzzword since cloud computing. But digital service providers in the emerging era of 5G need practical, real “AI” solutions to cost-efficiently scale their operations and deliver the quality of service that will deliver the promise of 5G to themselves as well as their customers. Hybrid approaches to AI are needed to accelerate return on investment as operators evolve their infrastructure and operations for a 5G future.
On November 30th, 2018, Marriott disclosed its Starwood acquisition had a 4-year-old data breach that exposed data for up to 500 million customers. However, this wasn’t the first time they have been hacked. Corporate boards need to take cybersecurity and the risks of a digital future seriously.
While eSIM’s have been used in the Samsung Gear 2 3G, Google Pixel 2, iPad Pro (Apple SIM) and the Series 3 Apple Watch, the iPhone has the potential to accelerate the broader eSIM adoption among carriers across the globe laying the foundation for the next big thing in Internet of Things (IoT) endpoint privacy and security.
While GDPR raises global concerns about enterprise use of consumer personal data, the media and consumers continue to confuse privacy with security and vice versa. Can consumers effectively advocate for and protect their digital privacy when privacy and security are so easily and readily confused?
Special guests from IBM joined neXt Curve to discuss the future of digital, their thesis on “Digital Reinvention” and what comes after Digital Reinvention in the final installment of this 3-part webcast series.
Special guests from IBM joined neXt Curve to discuss the future of digital, their thesis on “Digital Reinvention” and how organizations need to take a different approach to their business, culture and leadership models to ready themselves for Digital Reinvention in part 2 of this 3-part series.
Special guests from IBM joined neXt Curve to discuss the future of digital, their thesis on “Digital Reinvention” and what enterprises need to do as they look past digital transformation to capitalize on new opportunities to reinvent their businesses and their industry in this first installment in a 3-part webcast series.
Do you scratch your head when someone asks you if you have an “IoT strategy”? I do, and I find myself inevitably asking what one means by “IoT strategy”. Why is the Internet of Things (a.k.a. “IoT”) such a confusing thing for many of us? According to a 2016 Gartner study, 43 percent of enterprises… Continue reading Want to Get Value Out of IoT? Stop Talking About IoT