Microsoft and Adobe have launched a strategic partnership to help enterprises improve customer engagement.
Nokia Networks and Alcatel-Lucent have announced contract wins with Brazil’s Algar Telecom and Italy’s Wind.
Telefónica Business Solutions has signed a four-year contract with NEC that sees the Japanese vendor becomes its global integrator of enterprise cloud services.
The European Commission has confirmed it will review current telecoms rules as one of three main areas it will focus on as it attempts to get its Digital Single Market reform into law.
Orange has bought out its two partners in Cloudwatt, the France-based cloud computing company.
Research house Infonetics has unveiled a new scorecard that ranks Huawei as the leading telecoms vendor.
Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise arm has launched its first joint product with Salesforce.com as the operator unveiled a huge range of new products and services at CeBIT.
Ericsson and software provider Opera have joined forces to deliver mobile marketing services for operators.
Proximus, Telecom Italia and Telefónica are the latest European operators to join Cisco’s Intercloud ecosystem.
Three of Europe’s biggest operators have signed up Cisco to deploy a range of products for their enterprise customers.
Concerns around security, regulation and integration are the main challenges the enterprise market has around the adoption of cloud-based services, a new study has revealed.
Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise arm has announced a new, three-pronged structure as it aims to focus on key growth areas.
Alcatel-Lucent has appointed Oracle executive Bhaskar Gorti as head of its IP Platforms business.
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Proximus and Cisco have renewed their partnership to pursue joint innovation and business development in next-generation services.
Orange Business Services has been selected to deploy and manage the European Space Agency’s (ESA) private cloud.
T-Systems will move 80,000 computer workstations and 10,000 server systems from German conglomerate ThyssenKrupp to the cloud, after bagging a contract valued at hundreds of millions of euros.
Operators need to adopt significant organisational and behavioural change if the migration to virtualised networks is to be successful, according to OneAccess CMO Pravin Mirchandani.
Telefónica is providing connectivity and local numbers for Twilio as the software company launches its portfolio of cloud-based communications in Germany.
Alcatel-Lucent has appointed Willem Hendrickx as President of Europe, Middle East and Africa operations.
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