Atos asks: Is digital transformation only about technology? – Trends, Digitalisation, ATOS, Telecoms, Middle East

With telcos and enterprises alike fast tracking their digitalisation initiatives across the region, the Middle East finds itself on the cutting edge when it comes to digital innovation.

In the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the launch of 5G will bring a plethora of opportunities for enterprises to redefine the way they do business and deliver a diverse portfolio of digital services and products to an increasingly demanding client base.

Similarly, across the greater Middle East and Africa region, the proliferation of 4G and LTE networks is kick starting a digital revolution that will fundamentally change the way people live their lives – opening up a veritable smorgasbord of digital opportunities, from remote working and e-learning initiatives, to mobile financial applications and e-health solutions.

As telcos continue to evolve their product offering way beyond the mere provision of “dumb pipe” connectivity, they will increasingly look to leverage partnerships with service providers

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Is digital transformation only about technology? – Trends, Digitalisation, ATOS, Telecoms, Middle East

With telcos and enterprises alike fast tracking their digitalisation initiatives across the region, the Middle East finds itself on the cutting edge when it comes to digital innovation.

In the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the launch of 5G will bring a plethora of opportunities for enterprises to redefine the way they do business and deliver a diverse portfolio of digital services and products to an increasingly demanding client base.

Similarly, across the greater Middle East and Africa region, the proliferation of 4G and LTE networks is kick starting a digital revolution that will fundamentally change the way people live their lives – opening up a veritable smorgasbord of digital opportunities, from remote working and e-learning initiatives, to mobile financial applications and e-health solutions.

As telcos continue to evolve their product offering way beyond the mere provision of “dumb pipe” connectivity, they will increasingly look to leverage partnerships with service providers

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Four business telecoms trends set to revolutionise the mobile workforce

Natasha Bougourd, lead applications writer at TSG, provides four business telecoms trends that will revolutionise the mobile workforce Four business telecoms trends set to revolutionise the mobile workforce image

Telecoms is set to evolve further post-pandemic.

Technology has come a long way in the past decade, and the telecoms industry is no exception. Since 2010, this sector has seen incredible advancements, and the worldwide revenue of telecoms services is estimated to be £1,026 billion. This year, we have seen an overwhelming move towards mobile and flexible working — a trend that was already gaining momentum before the Covid-19 lockdown made it a necessity for many businesses. Thanks to the telecoms industry, and the innovations we are predicting to see over the coming years, working remotely is set to be more efficient than ever before.

The advancements of telecoms

It was during the 2010s that VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) really began to build traction and offer a high-tech solution for the

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