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DHagar
DHagar
12/28/2017 6:13:16 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, true.  It is no longer either/or - it has to be both - autonomous value, extended to connections.  This is a new stage of development for us - another learning curve - ie "transformation"?

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/28/2017 5:10:27 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar: I completely agree with you that being connected helps in tons of ways. At the same time there must be balance.

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DHagar
DHagar
12/27/2017 5:47:52 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, true - it has become the communication vehicle of our time.  Being connected is everything now.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/23/2017 3:59:49 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar:

Absolutely, we were amazed when we started noticing the power of internet back then. Now it got magnified with the evolution of social media. Any new thing just becomes viral in no time at all, be it any type or kind.

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DHagar
DHagar
12/21/2017 7:28:50 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, very true.  Plus there are more uncontrolled input points - with customers, etc. (i.e., Yelp).  The internet has truly changed the controls and access and exposed more information - which can even go "viral" with social media - as we know.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/21/2017 11:25:56 AM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
You are spot on about the baseline requirement. Gone are the times when companies keep things confidential at all fronts about their initiatives. Current trend is chnaged in such a way that companies do release information about any new initiatives and keep releasing updates as necessary. Not to forget , ofcourse every company has own guidelines about level of transperency allowed.

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DHagar
DHagar
12/19/2017 5:10:16 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, very true.  There will be a new "baseline" requirement I believe from customers in being able to judge results of goods/services and having some comparative information that will keep a minimum level of transparency.  I believe the genie is out of the bottle on this one.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/19/2017 3:03:58 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar:

Transperancy is one thing that is contributing to evolve for companies. Ofcourse it would be a company's choice on the extent of transperancy that they want to maintain.

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DHagar
DHagar
12/18/2017 6:41:41 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, we all benefit and learn together!  The new source of knowledge.

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DHagar
DHagar
12/18/2017 6:28:05 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, yes, I do agree.  The changes, and transparency on what services and models are producing in response, is becoming a bellweather for companies to evaluate goods and services.  That may not be a bad thing?

It definitely is in alignment with the new concepts of failing fast.

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