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batye
batye
7/3/2017 6:24:58 PM
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Re: Is Cable On Deck?
@DHagar  for me it constant movment forward and not looking back, trying to keep up and not to fall behind... 

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DHagar
DHagar
7/3/2017 5:01:42 PM
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Re: Is Cable On Deck?
@batye, thanks!  We are going to have to start with what we don't know in order to learn the new solutions that will give us new answers, models, and produce greater value.

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batye
batye
7/3/2017 1:54:58 AM
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Re: Is Cable On Deck?
@DHagar interesting point I would say how I see it - it change what must happens and no other way around it for now... as technology changing...

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DHagar
DHagar
6/28/2017 7:11:58 PM
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Re: ONAP Industries
@dcawrey, excellent assessment - I fully agree.  It is about designing the solution as much as the selection for purchase.  I believe your point about generational may be a key.  We are going to have to think in different context to truly understand the differences.

Thanks for  points.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/28/2017 4:30:02 PM
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Re: ONAP Industries
@DHagar It's all about creating new value. 

Networks are growing ever more complex. Solutions cannot simply be about open vs. closed anymore. IT has moved past that. Some of it surely has been a generational shift, but nevertheless it is happening. 

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DHagar
DHagar
6/27/2017 4:22:41 PM
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Re: ONAP Industries
@dcawsrey, you have hit a key point.  The hybrid approach truly adds new value and creates a different result, making the differentiation greater - as opposed to just different.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/24/2017 5:49:26 PM
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Re: ONAP Industries
Open networks are still in flux. Proprietary is trying to win a campaign here, but I think it's better for there to be a more hybrid approach, which I believe is what we are currrently seeing today. 

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DHagar
DHagar
6/23/2017 5:43:10 PM
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Re: ONAP Industries
@afwriter, I think you are right.  Let's hope the "shortcutters" don't take the lead - because the comparisons should be distinctive with the real thing versus the "look-alikes".

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DHagar
DHagar
6/23/2017 5:41:33 PM
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Re: Is Cable On Deck?
@mpouraryan, I am with you on that!  I believe the leading companies have been developing that for some time, so potentially their end-user solutions will begin to drive the market place.

I believe that is the potential value that true transformation will provide - it should be a distinctive difference.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
6/23/2017 11:38:19 AM
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Re: ONAP Industries
It is absolutely true--This is as I see some further "rays of hope" as epitomized by this I just saw courtesy of Fortune in my morning AM review before running off:

Today we're publishing online Robert Hackett's feature about the GoogleSWAT team of hackers that is trying to cover the frighteningly large number of gaps in security across the Internet. It's an engrossing read that reveals much about how companies allow, detect, and respond to a kind of incident that gets no less frightening with familiarity. It's the cover story for Fortune'sJuly edition and you can read it here.

Wishing you all a great Weekend.

 

 

 

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