January 24, 2020
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- India Needs To Move Aggressively In Areas Of Cybersecurity, Cyber Hygiene: IT Secy
- India Proposes Incentives To Woo Apple, Samsung Suppliers
- Spotify, Warner Chapell End India Dispute, Sign Multi-Territory Deal
- Airtel Special Panel Clears Raising USD 3 Billion Via QIP, FCCB
- TCIL Spends Rs 60 Lakh To Develop Marchi Village
- Give Infrastructure Status To Data Centres, Technology Firms Press DPIIT
- Reliance Jio, UVARC Emerge Top Bidders For RCom Assets
- Phonemakers Hanging Up On Exports As Subsidy Cut
- TRAI Tariff Order: High Court Gives No Interim Relief To Broadcasters
- Handset Retailers Up The Ante Against Online Players, Seek Tax Probe
- Cos Likely To Extensively Use AI To Deal With Cyberattacks, Says Study
- Stiff Preconditions Make It A Trial By Fire For 5G
- Sebi Blinks, Gives India Inc Two More Years To Split CMD Position
- HC To Hear Plea Against TRAI’s Amended Tariff Order Today
- BSNL Wings Vs Airtel, Reliance Jio VoWifi: What’s The Difference?
- Vodafone To Not Use Rights Issue Proceeds For Spectrum Payments After DoT Relief
- TRAI Won’t Budge, Says Will Execute New Tariff Arrangement By March 1
- Price Revision To Bring In Transparency, Curb Distortion Due To Discounting: TRAI
- Smartphone Makers May Soon Announce Big Discounts
- Airtel Wins Best Video Experience Award By Opensignal
- Major Telecom Mines User Data Secretly
- As BharatNet Flounders At Last Mile Connectivity, DoT Dials The Private Sector
- India’s About To Hand People Data Americans Can Only Dream Of
- Telecom Subscriber Base To Fall For The First Time In Eight Years
- Broadcasters Reject TRAI’s Tariff Order, Say It Will Impact Jobs, Growth
- Net Freedom
- Indian Enterprises Faced 14.6 Crore Malware Attacks In 2019
- CSC Partners With NEC Corporation, IIT Delhi To Empower Rural Students
- Mobile Phone Retailers Threaten Brands Of Boycott Unless Online Discounting IS Stopped
- Mobile Voice, Data Traffic Surge In Jul-Sept 19 Quater: Kotak
- Internet Blackouts | India Loses USD 1.3 Billion In 2019
- Internet Nonprofit Leaders Fight Deal To Sell Control Of .Org Domain
- Bharti Airtel Gains On Robust Response To QIP, FCCB
- Realty, Telecom Among 6 Sectors That Gave Double-Digit Returns In Q3
- Facebook Appoints New Marketing Director For India
- Samsung’s HC Hong Who Put India On World Map Begins New Chapter
- Apple Stems iPhone Sales Drop In India With Hopes High For 2020
- POCO Looking To Become Independent Legal Entity In India
- iQOO To Intensify Competition In India’s Premium Smartphone Segment
- New Internet Security Principles Developed With World Economic Forum
- Finnish State Investor Raps Nokia For Poor Communication On Profit Dive
- Tencent Offers To Acquire Funcom Games For $148 Million
- French Competition Watchdog Rejects Complaint Against Orange
- Zenuity & HPE Join Forces To Develop Next Generation Autonomous Driving Cars
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Communications Today has slowly become our go to destination to be updated on perspectives on IT and telecom industry because of the holistic picture it presents. As a marketing professional, working in a technology research company, it becomes imperative that I keep myself updated with news and views from different stakeholders and I particularly like CT’s rich content in this regard. A quick browse through the website daily helps me connect the dots between enterprises, tech vendors, govt regulations etc. thus helping me broaden my understanding of the field.
As a ICT Public Policy professional, I have been an avid reader of Communications Today since past 5 years. The magazine encapsulates trending and futuristic news, views and insights of the telecom world, which is a herculean task given the fact that this industry is evolving almost every day. The CT Team is doing a commendable job through its magazine regularly that also uniquely positions fresh and diverse perspectives on current issues. In many ways, CT’s role is very critical in updating relevant stakeholders such as policymakers, industry, civil society, young professionals, and academicians with ongoing debates and happenings of the telecom sector across India and the world.
The world was never so chaotic and disruptive; technology is evolving with blazing speed and lifecycle of the technology/products is shortening with every new technology. The regulatory enablement is also changing fast to enable operators and so is the IT/application ecosystem. Networking technologies too are under huge pressure as bandwidth demands are increasing logarithmically; however, per Mbps cost has gone down drastically.
We are on the cusp of the fourth industrial revolution that will alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. IT and telecom technology are going to be the drivers of the fourth industrial revolution. Both technologies are going to contribute immensely for the inclusive economic growth of society. Communications Today keeps the readers updated about latest happenings in the telecom sector and provides deep analytical insights into the regulatory environment and technology trends in the telecom sector in India.
The world of communications is going through a transformation. There are multiple factors that are invigorating this radical change – digital disruption, technological advancements, competitive consolidation, regulatory injunctions, innovation, and changing consumer behavior. The net result is that every player in the value chain has to cognitively change their market strategy, product/service proposition, or business model to sustain and stay relevant.