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2017 trends connecting us further

5G will come to market around 2020. But there is still so much to be done

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5G could provide the backbone of our economy and society in future

Fighting fraud in mobile money

Luis Bras is senior professional services manager at WeDo Technologies

With momentum for mobile money surging, operators must act now to mitigate risk

The analytics advantage

Shaheen Haque is the territory manager for Middle East and Turkey for Interactive Intelligence.

Contact centre analytics improve service quality keeping the bottom line in mind

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Will open source disrupt telecom?

Dr. Riad Hartani is a partner at Xona Partners.

Open source can accelerate the technology development and the deployment cycle

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How data analytics is transforming video consumption in the UAE

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