Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise arm has partnered with security firm FireEye as it looks to offer its customers protection from cyber attacks.
Hewlett-Packard, a key supplier to the telecoms industry, has announced it will separate into two publicly-traded companies by the end of next year.
Dutch operator KPN has launched a new cloud storage service for retail customers.
Consumers value their personal information at up to €240 as they become more aware of its worth, but need more education on the type of data that is collected by companies, new research from Orange has revealed.
Telefónica’s German subsidiary has launched a fleet management solution for enterprises as it looks to boost its M2M portfolio.
Yaap, the joint venture between CaixaBank, Banco Santander and Telefónica, has launched a mobile money app in Spain.
Telefónica has announced it is to conduct a limited trial of AT&T’s connected home platform in Europe.
The malware infection rate on fixed residential networks hit an all-time high during the first six months of the year, according to new research.
Deutsche Telekom’s Head of Smart Home thinks the operator is “one step ahead” of Apple in the race to capture the smart home market.
EE has teamed up with mobile security firm Lookout in a bid to improve the safety of Android devices used by its retail customers.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a smart parking project in the Italian city of Pisa and a cloud-based mobile security product for enterprise customers.
Swisscom has launched a cloud storage solution for retail and enterprise customers in its latest move to challenge more established IT and digital companies.
Telefónica and Etisalat have announced they are joining forces to open a Security Operations Centre (SOC) in the UAE.
Telefónica has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Kaspersky Lab to provide cyber-security services to its worldwide customer base.
Operators in "a handful" of European-member states must give governments direct, permanent access to their networks, a report by UK-based Vodafone has revealed.
First, the good news. The telecoms sector is in the top three when benchmarked against other industries for security, according to a former hacker turned telco vendor.
EE has signed a deal with MobileIron that sees the UK operator offer the vendor’s Cloud platform to boost security to its enterprise customers.
Operators naturally don’t like to talk about it, but fraud remains a significant problem for them.
Nokia has launched a new unit to ensure all its new products and services will have security systems fully integrated into their designs.
The scale of the challenges posed by the rapidly changing face of telecommunications technology that could leave operators with out-dated networks and business models has been outlined in a new report.
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