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Best-practice risk controls emerging from new Asia regulation

12 May 2014

HFT regulation has recently found its way into the news again, with the FBI joining U.S. market regulators, including the SEC, CFTC and FIRA, in investigating the impact of HFT on the US markets. The move is somewhat expected, given…

Security in the post-XP era

09 May 2014

Support for Windows XP has finally come to an end, giving way to a whole host of issues for the thousands of businesses that have remained on the operating system, despite there being several upgrades available. Security is definitely at…

Data networking becomes more cloud-like

06 May 2014

Although there has been significant hype surrounding network functions virtualisation (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN), it is clear that there is real substance to the technologies. As these, along with other new approaches, are rolled out there will be…

Market reflection of Colt products

06 May 2014

Gartner Gartner’s latest “Critical Capabilities Report” scored various Colt data services with high scores, in the Ethernet area with the highest possible scores. Colt is one of only two vendors that have been given the highest score for their Ethernet…

The rise of SIP Trunking

06 May 2014

As one of the most important aspects of a company’s infrastructure, it is imperative that its communications systems can support employees in their day-to-day activities. Employees need to be able to communicate with each other across offices, and even countries,…

Protecting your data

A virtual skyline – what workforce mobility can offer

02 May 2014

On a very stormy day in December my family & I visited London’s newest addition to its skyline, The Shard. As we whizzed up the 70 plus floors my daughter asked me ‘Who lives in the Shard?’ ‘Well’, I said, ‘it’s probably offices…

Sponsored data: threat or opportunity?

02 May 2014

One of the major problems mobile users face is that there is usually an imbalance between the data allowance included in a mobile contract and the requirements of popular mobile applications. As the network evolves and applications using video, pictures…

Internet access: a precious commodity

01 May 2014

These days the Internet is a commodity which many of us have come to depend on. Suffer an outage or find yourself offline and panic sets in especially if you are one of the “Millennial, ‘always-on’ Generation.” Nonetheless, for the…

Welcome!

30 Apr 2014

Welcome to the Operator Blog. We believe, it is time to communicate and let you know what we are working on, share news and gather feedback – this is what we intend to achieve via this and all following blogs.

Helping MNOs tackle the OTT problem

30 Apr 2014

We’ve seen a lot of speculation in the media on Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp for a historic $19 billion. Many have wondered what the drivers for the deal are, pointing at Facebook’s attempts to stay relevant as younger generations abandon…

XP: the end of an era but an opportunity for change

28 Apr 2014

On April 8th the deadline passed for Microsoft support of Windows XP. We have all known about this for some time, but for those businesses that have been putting off migrating away from the venerable operating system, this does provide…

Busting the Myths… Crocodile Tiers

22 Apr 2014

Data centre tiering has become the de facto method for classifying a data centre’s reliability and availability. In an instant, it offers insight and gives further weighting to the important “what if” variable that hangs over the heads of many…

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