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Predictions for 2011: Environmental drivers of communications trends
TM Forum, February 2011, Pages: 18
TM Forum Quick Insights reports take the communications industry’s hottest topics and offer preliminary research and analysis, often including interviews with senior executives and ideas from corresponding executive roundtables discussions. Written by renowned industry journalists and analysts, these reports ask the questions we all want to know of opinion-leading senior executives.
The first ever Predictions report looks at global trends for 2011 and picks the top 10 hottest developments for service providers in the year ahead.
- Cloud services
- Data analytics
- Machine to machine
- Smart utilities
- Social media
- Mobile payments and more...
This report was written and researched by Rob Rich and edited by Annie Turner.
Also included in this report:
- The margin crunch intensifies
- Cloud services approach the mainstream
- Data management and analytics become critical competencies
- Machine to machine accelerates
- Smart utilities grow
- Mobile advertising moves center stage
- The bandwidth crunch continues
- Mobile payments make progress
- Social media prove an opportunity and a threat
- Security issues become more serious
Keywords: Machine to machine, social media, security, Cloud, data management, smart utilities, data analytics, mobile advertising, bandwidth, mobile payments, communications service provider, software as a service, SAAS, SMB, enabling services, Near Field Communications , network capacity, cyber criminals
Please note: This report is free to TM Forum members.
Prediction 1: The margin crunch intensifies
Prediction 2: Cloud services approach the mainstream
Prediction 3: Data management and analytics become critical competencies
Prediction 4: Machine to machine accelerates
Prediction 5: Smart utilities grow
Prediction 6: Mobile advertising moves center stage
Prediction 7: The bandwidth crunch continues
Prediction 8: Mobile payments make progress
Prediction 9: Social media prove an opportunity and a threat
Prediction 10: Security issues become more serious
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