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Why is demand rising for high-speed network services, ICT & digital services, applications, and platforms? What is the impact of remote working, learning, and entertainment needs on this sector? How can telcos improve product attractiveness and launch innovative services?
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The Sheconomy impacts almost every economic sector because a more significant proportion of highly educated women are joining the global workforce every year. With the increase in spending power, women are propelling economic activity from both ends—accelerating growth as a workforce and featuring as promising retail consumers. However, this female-powered economy is more than a mega trend for leveraging the economy. It is a massive force that addresses the inequalities women have faced at home, in society, and in their workplaces for generations.
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To support companies’ increasing interest and demand, AWS built six CloudFront edge locations (Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Fortaleza, Bogota, Buenos Aires, and Santiago), and in February 2022, AWS announced plans to launch new AWS Local Zones across LATAM, in countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. Local Zones are infrastructure deployments to extend AWS compute, storage, database, and services closer to customers’ demand and provide ultralow latency (less than 10 milliseconds) for applications such as gaming, augmented and virtual reality, and computer vision.
As the world rotates to the “new normal,” considerable uncertainty remains about the future of work. According to Frost & Sullivan, nearly one-third of IT decision-makers worldwide agree that uncertainty about future organizational structure and work styles (e.g., hybrid, at-home, remote, on-site) is preventing them from meeting or exceeding their digital transformation goals.
The new Frost & Sullivan report on “European Cybersecurity Responsibility, Spending, and Posture” highlights that 38% of enterprises are spending more on cybersecurity since the pandemic began to bolster their protection levels. The Frost & Sullivan report also found that cybersecurity responsibility is a key concern for most European companies as they seek to protect their data and systems from cyberattacks. Cybersecurity spending is expected to continue rising as companies invest in new and innovative technologies to keep their systems secure.
Hybrid work is here to stay. To be successful, organizations and people need to undergo a cultural shift. For companies, this means creating an environment of transparency and trust. They must find or build systems that are accessible to individual employees and support different team goals. Allowing anywhere access to crucial work applications and tools is paramount. However, it seems that organizations have lost sight of the importance of access to performance data.
Customers’ increasing demands for self-service have pushed companies to reprioritize their digital roadmaps in a rush to meet customers’ expectations. Because live interactions cost companies 24 to 48 times as much as self‐service tools, improving operational efficiency by implementing self-service customer channels promises an enormous return on investment (ROI). However, today’s self-service solutions do not meet customer expectations due to their limited capabilities, misunderstanding of inquiries, error-prone next-steps guidance, and lack of personalization.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the global 5G network infrastructure landscape finds that global demand for 5G network infrastructure by communication service providers (CSPs) is considerable and driven by consumer and enterprise needs. The consumer market drove 4G revenues for CSPs and will still be essential in 5G, but there is little room for growth. On the enterprise side, the growth potential is significant. As such, much of the emphasis of 5G is on enterprise requirements across various industry verticals, with both public and private 5G networks.Read more