European stock exchange Euronext has selected Orange Business Services’ unified comms platform as it looks to future proof the needs of its trading desks.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a range of cloud-based IT services for enterprises as the operator looks to compete with Amazon and Google.
Swisscom will establish and operate an eHealth platform for Bern's Insel Gruppe hospitals to allow health practitioners to share patient information, as the Swiss telco also purchased a start-up focusing on services.
Ericsson CSO Rima Qureshi has said the vendor will continue to challenge Cisco in overlapping business areas in spite of their recently announced partnership.
Telefónica Business Solutions and Huawei have announced a global partnership to help enterprises migrate to the cloud.
Telecoms providers need to expand the cloud services they offer to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) if they are to realise massive new revenue from the market.
The CEO of BT Global Services is excited by what EE could offer his customers, but doesn’t see any value in acquiring rivals in the enterprise space.
The biggest security risk to companies is their own employees, a report from risk consulting firm Kroll has concluded.
Cambridge Wireless (CW) will work with UK businesses to address the challenges of IoT adoption as part of a wider programme to boost the country’s IoT industry.
Orange Business Service has been selected to deploy a converged communications system for Switzerland-based packaging company Amcor.
Cisco has revealed plans to acquire London-based video conferencing specialist Acano for $700 million (€659 million).
Luis Alvarez, CEO of BT Global Services, discusses business performance, security, cloud and partnership
Huawei has teamed up with Videxio to improve the video conferencing services it offers to enterprises.
BT Global Services has signed a deal with Volante Technologies to boost the capabilities of its Radianz Cloud offering.
Apple will by Box or Dropbox to extend iCloud into an enterprise service, CCS Insight has predicted.
Ericsson has dived deeper into the shipping sector by partnering with satellite company Inmarsat.
Deutsche Telekom has partnered with iPass to offer its enterprise customers unlimited access to Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide.
Ericsson has boosted its non-telco customer base as Taiwan’s U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation signed up to use its fleet management solutions.
German businesses are ignoring the risks of cyber attacks simply because they are reluctant to educate themselves on IT security, a Deutsche Telekom study has concluded.
Thierry Bonhomme, CEO of Orange Business Services, has warned Ericsson and Cisco that their designs on capturing the enterprise market are unlikely to turn out how they wish.
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