IoT billing: When legacy isn’t the answer

Any conversation about enterprise software and its target functions (in this case billing) always comes in one of two flavours, theory, and practice. With revenues from traditional telco services eroding rapidly (for example look at the disruption of SMS revenue streams by WhatsApp), communications service providers (CSPs) are increasingly reliant on being able to move

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Mixed reality hailed as game changer as Microsoft’s ‘crazy’ guru surfs a rock star welcome in Boston

The organisers of #LiveWorx2018 in Boston, USA, saved something special for the end. CNBC’s Jon Fortt interviewed Microsoft’s Mixed Reality team lead, Alex Kipman live on stage, in a discussion that held an audience of more than 3,000 engrossed as they explored the future. Jeremy Cowan reports from PTC’s annual 3-day tech summit.

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Cyber security concerns are high over personal data safety as survey shows 83% fear financial data hack

F5 Networks has released the results of a new study into the UK’s app-centric society and consumer behaviours. The research reveals over a quarter of Brits (26%) do not check app security measures before downloading them,

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Cyber security for cars – the impact of connectivity on security and privacy

The UK is fast becoming a global hub for the development of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies including testing of driverless vehicles in the urban environment.

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The HCE tap is open, let NFC services flow

I was prepared for Mobey Forum’s third annual Mobey Day event to be a lively affair. Bringing banks together with, amongst others, GSMA, chip manufacturers and mobile payment software providers to discuss the future of near field communication (NFC) was always going to ignite debate.

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