Those of us who are not part of the millennial generation tend to look at them with some sort of envy-hate combo. They are disrupting our legacy business models. They are, in fact, the ones forcing us to engage in massive network changes because they consume content and applications in much different fashion than we used to. There are new technologies like virtual reality (VR) and social media that are about to change how these millennials consume content on telecom networks —they do not even consider watching traditional TV anymore—. And guess what, we need to adapt to them as they are our future paying costumers. Stop the generational rejection and suit up those VR glasses.
As we approach the end of 2016, football fans are setting their sights on the NFL Playoffs and gearing up for the culmination of their teams’ yearlong efforts – the Super Bowl. As an avid Indianapolis Colts fan, I find myself mired in playoff speculation and debating my team’s (slim) chances. But as the year (a forgettable one for a Colts fan) draws to a close, something else about not only football, but sports overall has struck me – not the wins or the (many) losses, or the player trades or injuries, but the way we as fans watch it … Keep reading the original post here