Business Telecoms Roundup: April 2017

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Finding it tough keeping up with what’s going on in telecoms? Don’t worry, we’re here to keep you informed. Here’s a round-up of some of the biggest stories of April, in case you missed anything.

The best (and worst) in UK broadband

Which? have published the results of a survey they commissioned last November and December to find out who Britain’s best broadband suppliers are. TalkTalk and BT fared badly whilst smaller firms Zen and Utility Warehouse topped the table.

Does AI hold the key to cyber security?

Jason Hoffman, Ericsson’s VP of Cloud Infrastructure raises an interesting point: “Ironically and unfortunately, some of the people who are becoming most advanced when it comes to artificial intelligence in the security world are the ones on the offensive.” It seems that the cyber security battle will be won or lost with artificial intelligence. Head over to Telecoms.com for the full story.

Pioneering digital growth

IT-related plans are high on CEO’s list of priorities says TelecomsTech. 47% of CEO’s have been tasked with making rapid progress in digital business transformation. This is all great news it seems for innovative IT professionals, who are in high demand.

Top priorities for IT managers

The IT management profession has evolved like no other in recent years. With that in mind, we dig into the key priorities every IT manager needs to be considering today.

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