Developers are wielding more clout when it comes to the technology their companies buy and use. Here’s how to get their attention.
How did the pandemic impact women tech leaders? It’s complicated. The past two years brought significant challenges, but they also created new opportunities—particularly for midlevel women.
Our third survey suggests that IT buyers are moving away from investing in remote work to focus on other critical initiatives, such as risk management and digital transformation.
The effective use of benchmarks could be a key source of competitive advantage for investors and end users.
The surging popularity of streaming services, gaming, and digital and social media over the past two years added to the industry’s substantial shareholder returns.
BCG’s latest research shows that consumers plan to maintain their viewing habits. But individual providers still need to earn a place in the lineup.
Can homegrown players marshal their own considerable strengths to attract substantial shares of local viewers?
The media business operates very differently than it did even a decade ago. Companies need to rethink their operating models and budgeting processes.
A jump in global data usage, propelled by the COVID pandemic, is drawing attention to the sector’s CO2 emissions, making environmental impact a new strategic imperative.
By expanding into radio access network (RAN) equipment, tower companies can become more integral partners with mobile network operators and tap into new revenue.
Digital transformation helped telcos provide the connections—technical and human—that meant stability in an uncertain time. But are they ready to seize digital’s full potential?
In an age of always-on connectivity, copper is giving way to fiber. Companies must forge a phaseout strategy that maintains their customer base and growth prospects.
To survive, and thrive, in the new reality, telecom companies must put artificial intelligence at the heart of their digital transformations.
To make the best use of today’s digital technologies, we need a new generation of enterprise software architectures.
Companies that make the tough choices and establish truly digital ways of working will position themselves to move forward as speedier, nimbler, and more efficient organizations.
Amid rising discontent, Purpose 2.0 can help tech companies rediscover their footing, regain public confidence, and reinvigorate their performance.
The mobile networks could add as much as $1.7 trillion to the economy through 2030, with benefits spread broadly across industries and regions.
Making high-speed internet access available to those who lack it—in both developing and developed nations—is a critical task for the global community.
Internet service providers are partnering with states, municipalities, school districts, community nonprofits, and philanthropies to lead digital inclusion initiatives. This report identifies the solutions and best practices.