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Microsoft gives a bunch of bad advice to telecom operators

Microsoft is not exactly the poster boy for mobile success, which makes me wonder what qualified the company to give advice to telecom operators at the AMDOCS EXPERIENCE 2017 on how they can improve their business practice. Speaking at the event, Bob de Haven, general manager of Worldwide Communications & Media at Microsoft, said carriers […]
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