by Maria Pia Rossignaud, Director Media Duemila, Italy
So, what are the main challenges of today? I believe they can be summarised as:
- Global and regional conflicts, such as terrorism and the threat of nuclear war
- Environmental and economic impacts of human habitation such as global warming and marine pollution
by Vicki MacLeod, Secretary-General, GTWN
Facial recognition technology is being deployed in an ever- expanding number of applications around the world – from passport screening at airports, to surveillance of employees in workplaces, to the police and court system, and even in behavioural research. But should we embrace this technology as a brilliant solution to security and identity veri cation requirements, or should we be more concerned about the impact on individual privacy and data security?
by Keri Gilder, EMEA VP&GM, Ciena
When I attend a conference, or read an article about digital transformation, the conversations are dominated by topics such as intelligent network automation, autonomous networks, big data analytics, software defined networking, virtualisation, faster service time to market, self- service portals, on-demand capabilities, and the myriad of other technologies that can either help me save money, or make money via new or differentiated services.
The Global Telecom Women’s Network (GTWN) marked its 25th Anniversary at a special gala dinner on Monday 27 February (View the celebration photos here).
Present at the gala event were many of the senior executive members of the GTWN Board who have contributed so much over the past decades to the development of the mobile and broader ICT sectors, as well as the role of women as leaders in that industry. Continue reading