Australian operator Telstra is bringing its cloud-based unified communications for the enterprise market to a global audience.
Cisco has announced 6,000 job cuts after revealing revenues and net profits decreased in the last 12 months.
The hosted PBX and unified communications (UC) services market is set to grow 13 percent this year as enterprises look to cloud-based solutions, according to new research.
As large and multinational businesses embrace the cloud and ever more mobile ways of working, Jan Geldmacher’s number one priority is moving Vodafone Global Enterprise up the value chain.
By John Davis, Manager Director at BCSG
The time has come for telcos to take the step towards becoming providers of cloud-based applications and services to their business customers.
Telefónica has selected Alcatel-Lucent’s cloud-based TV service in a bid differentiate its offering in Spain.
BT has launched a cloud-based phone for small and medium enterprises, allowing workers to make and take all work calls from a mobile phone.
By CloudSense CEO Richard Britton
Most of us in telecoms know about threats and opportunities and how sometimes they can turn out to be the same thing.
EE has signed a deal with cloud services vendor Business Centric Services Group to offer its SME customers a range of dedicated apps.
T-Systems is now a strategic partner for salesforce.com and a primary reseller for the cloud company’s CRM platform.
Swisscom has been praised for taking personal data issues seriously after it became the first operator to join the newly launched Respect Network, but remains cool on its prospects.
Swisscom has announced that its banking division head is to be given additional responsibility for all cloud-related operations in the latest reshuffle at the operator’s enterprise arm.
European Communications has launched its second special report into the enterprise market for telcos.
Swisscom has launched a cloud storage solution for retail and enterprise customers in its latest move to challenge more established IT and digital companies.
Vodafone has announced three enterprise contract wins with medical and travel security risk services company International SOS.
Vodafone is making a renewed pitch for enterprise customers with an updated version of its One Net unified communications portfolio.
Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson have both unveiled solutions that aim to help operators realise the benefits of SDN and NFV by supporting back office functions.
Ericsson has revealed who will head up its newly-created radio and cloud/IP business units.
Telstra Global is set to expand its presence in Europe after signing a Network to Network Interconnection (NNI) agreement with Deutsche Telekom-owned GTS, which has itself increased its footprint on the continent.
Nokia and Juniper Networks have unveiled a bundled telco cloud solution designed to help mobile operators improve their infrastructure and bring services to market more quickly.
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