Month: April 2018

23 Apr

5G Spectrum Auction in The UK: Is O2 The Winner?

23 Apr

John Delaney                                       Associate VP European Mobility, IDC Read full bio   @john_p_d On 5 April, UK telecoms regulator Ofcom announced the outcome of the UK’s first auction of 5G spectrum (3.4GHz), as well as additional spectrum for 4G […]

19 Apr

5G Spectrum Auction in The UK: Value Shifts From Coverage To Capacity

19 Apr

John Delaney                                       Associate VP European Mobility, IDC Read full bio   @john_p_d On 5 April, UK regulator Ofcom announced the outcome of the UK’s first auction of 5G spectrum (3.4GHz), as well as additional spectrum for 4G (2.3GHz). […]

18 Apr

Shadow IT: The Rising Voice of Business Managers

18 Apr

Andrea Minonne      Research Analyst, IDC Read full bio  @andrea_minonne                               The rise of the shadow IT is revolutionizing and disrupting how companies make technology investments. Business managers are raising their voice and more often are claiming control over IT budgets. The […]

15 Apr

You Must Decide What State of the Art Means to Your Organization!

15 Apr

Martin Whitworth Research Director, European Data Security & Privacy at IDC Read full bio  @martinwhitworth The GDPR concept of ‘state of the art’ (SotA) continues to cause confusion for many – and I’m afraid that even though SotA is used throughout the GDPR (and the Network and Information Security directive), nowhere is it defined – […]

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