The demise of the Windows Phone and how enterprises should respond   After a long drawn out period Microsoft has finally announced what many predicted as inevitable for a long time, the demise of the Windows Phone. When it’s revenue fell from one quarter to the next by $730 million, down to a mere $5…

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The End of EU Roaming Charges

  Celebrate, but understand the fine print. From today mobile operators across Europe will be barred by EU regulations from imposing roaming charges when their customers use their phones while travelling within the EU.  This is undoubtedly good news for all users of mobile services within the EU.  Businesses, in particular, will benefit because in…

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In our last blog post we outlined how the patch process works and explained why up to one third of IOS devices and almost all Android devices are still running on old operating system versions. New updates need to be released all the time to add new features, fix bugs and patch up mobile security…

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A Patchwork of Complexity   Last week the globe was still reeling following the WannaCry ransomware attack. The malware wreaked havoc on computer systems around the world, locked data from users and crippled services. Reports citing its impact on patient care at NHS hospitals humanized the story in a way that cybersecurity attacks seldom do. Since…

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2017 has been an exciting year for Corrata and we’re not even halfway through! Corrata has made it to the finals in the Technology Startup Of The Year category at the Bank Of Ireland Startup Awards 2017. We are just one of six startups who have made it to this stage. This prestigious event, which recognises and rewards…

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Huge mobile phone bills while travelling in the EU will soon be a thing of the past. End of EU roaming charges   Four years after the EU’s proposal for a single telecoms market, roaming surcharges on calls, texts and data usage for your mobile phone will come to end on 15 June 2017. And…

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