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Getting your customers ready for the next decade

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27 June 2019 | Justin Coombes

Change is never easy to navigate, and as we move into the 2020s, digital transformation shows no sign of slowing down. If anything, it’s going to accelerate – and not just in terms of futuristic technologies like AI or blockchain.
Telecoms infrastructure will also shift significantly, meaning channel resellers must adapt and evolve their offering in order to meet customer

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The impact of 5G on your customers

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6 June 2019 | Justin Coombes

When it comes to business mobile strategies, there’s no doubt about it: 5G is one of the biggest topics of our time. Whether it’s speculation about 5G phones , news stories about network trials , or even just trying to work out exactly what the use cases of 5G will actually be, everybody is talking about this next generation

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Have your customers got disparate teams? Unified Communications is the answer

12 March 2019 | Justin Coombes

For the most part, the days of one organisation working from a single location are gone. No longer restrained by the need for employees to physically be in the same room, businesses are able to make the most of talent across the country, or globally. So, the chances are, either some or all your customers have disparate teams – whether that’s in different

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Q&A: Top Tech Trends for channel resellers

1 March 2019 | Justin Coombes

We sat down with Gamma’s Product Director, Alan Mackie, to quiz him on the top tech trends for channel partners to be aware of this year. Touching on everything from the cloud, AI, machine learning and the IoT, to full fibre and 5G, as well as an emerging role for channel partners in IT security… Check out our checklist

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Unlocking the potential of AI for your customers

9 January 2019 | Justin Coombes

The rapid advancement of technology over the last couple of decades has already fundamentally changed the way businesses operate, but the next game-changing shift is set to come from AI, opening up a myriad of new possibilities for businesses in all sectors. PwC’s Sizing the prize report estimates that AI will add up to $15.7tr to the global economy

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