Without a collective, collaborative and innovative approach to digital security, we may fall short of delivering the true potential of what the digital world has to offer. The opportunities are too great for us to take that risk.
Although smartphone and Internet use is growing in Bangladesh and similar countries, the intelligent use of USSD—a technology that is understood and used by millions in the developing world—can bring the benefits of the current digital revolution forward.
Middle class consumers in developing markets tend to be younger, more diverse, and less affluent than their counterparts in developed economies. Importantly, they are willing to engage in improvisation.
Two billion adults remain without access to basic banking and financial services. Even though numbers have been falling of late, according to the World Bank, these numbers represent both a massive global humanitarian challenge.
Research shows the massive commercial impact when micro-entrepreneurs have access to real business education. The reality is that the most likely vehicle for delivering that education will be mobile technologies and services.
The CTO’s job has changed significantly over the years. Today, I need to be much closer to our customers, innovate with industry-leading high quality services and deliver much greater returns to investors.