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Critical Capabilities for Asia/Pacific Network Providers
Gartner evaluates AT&T highly in its latest Critical Capabilities for Asia/Pacific Network Providers. Gartner says that the needs of MNCs operating in Asia/Pacific are evolving with the changing trends. While the majority typically require international connectivity to all the major markets, the very large MNCs now require deep domestic connectivity in emerging markets such as China and India – where they have large or rapidly expanding operations.
Worldwide Telecom Service Provider Vendor Assessment
This study leverages the IDC MarketScape methodology to evaluate the leading global telecommunications service providers. IDC identified the top 11 providers by scale and scope of operations, including global coverage and the ability to provide services to global multinational corporations (MNCs).
A Best Practice Guide to Pervasive Video
Video collaboration is becoming a transformational force throughout the enterprise and beyond – impacting how, when and where we interact with peers, partners and customers.
Building Competitiveness and Business Performance with ICT
A white paper produced in collaboration with INSEAD
AT&T, in collaboration with INSEAD, joined forces on a new study to investigate how investments in new technologies could improve a company’s productivity.
The CIO Knowledge Book
Presented by IDC in association with AT&T
Download The CIO Knowledge Book launched by IDC at the Enterprise Leadership Forum.
Business Continuity: Preparing for the Unexpected
A Gartner Newsletter
This white paper examines how multinational organizations can spread the risk by implementing business continuity on a global scale.
Turning CAPEX to OPEX
This is an important issue in financial management circles. Some companies spend billions of dollars on capex every year. But it seems those billions are still not quite enough.