The best way to handle the perfect storm of skills shortages and pressure to deliver next-generation networks is to outsource.
If the project is highly complex and involves multiple changeable components, then it is too easy for people to get bogged down in the detail and lose track of that original intent.
With an unprecedented amount of home workers, hospital staff staying in temporary accommodation near sites, and people turning to the internet to stay entertained and connected, a reliable connection has become the fundamental backbone of almost every aspect of life.
Delays to 5G’s rollout would postpone widescale digital transformation for thousands of global businesses.
Don't forget the importance of the internet backbone, made up of ‘transit free’ tier 1 networks, in providing the level of consistency and performance that businesses need when using cloud services.
There are still many hurdles 5G must overcome in legislation, security and geopolitics before it's rolled out.
Problems with WAN are forcing employees into unsecured networks, putting organisations at risk of viruses and malware.