The February issue of Gigabit is now live!

By Laura Mullan
The February edition of Gigabit magazine is now live. Our cover star this month is Liberty Global, the telecom giant behind brands such as Virgin Media...

The February edition of Gigabit magazine is now live

Our cover star this month is Liberty Global, the telecom giant behind brands such as Virgin Media, Telenet and UPC.

As the industry undergoes mammoth changes, Duncan Macdonald, Vice President of Consumer Solutions and Digital Transformation at Liberty Global, discusses how technologies like AI are fueling digital disruption in the telecom space.

“I know people say it’s overhyped but I think in the next two or three years AI will be absolutely key to personalisation,” says Macdonald.

Elsewhere in the magazine, leading executives from Dell EMC and McLaren Group discuss how there are four strands to any successful digital transformation – IT transformation, digital transformation, security transformation and workforce transformation.

“We're now in a generation where customer-facing technology and the customer experience is vital,” says Dell EMC’s Claire Vyvyan. “Whether its cloud-native applications or mobile applications – that's where the true differentiation lies.”

On top of this, we also sit down with Fujitsu’s Yves de Beauregard to discuss how digital transformation isn’t just about technological flair, it’s about delivering business results.  

For our top 10 ranking this month, we discover the world’s richest technology billionaires and investigate how they made their fortunes.

Don’t forget to also read our exclusive digital reports on INEA, Nationwide, Aligned Energy and more.

The latest issue of Gigabit can be read here.


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