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Itsmeshawn22
Itsmeshawn22
4/25/2017 11:42:33 AM
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Donovan: AT&T Closes In on Tipping Point With Virtualization
I really enjoyed this article because ATT desersves better with the virtualization because the virtuailzation is going so viral with all the specs they made with it and the new technology that is coming out in the next 5 years is insane. I also thing that ATT should stay with the virtualization because evrybody knows that it is just going to get bigger and bigger by each year. So with that being said that it is not a good idea to close the case with virtualization. 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
4/18/2017 4:55:16 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
@mhhf1v  Guess I like to make bold predictions. I predicted Facebook stock would do well during its IPO when many others thought otherwise. I don't know where AT&T can edge out Apple, but it's sure been around a long time. Maybe it can change its name to get more of that "cool factor."

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/12/2017 6:00:29 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
> "AT&T and Apple are best served being collaborators"

Hmm. I don't think that's worked out so well for AT&T in the past. Apple went exclusively with AT&T for the first iPhone -- and did that really benefit both of them? 

I'm not even sure how AT&T and Apple could collaborate now because each has such different strengths.

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faryl
faryl
4/12/2017 4:39:09 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
It seems to me that AT&T and Apple are best served being collaborators than competitors.

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faryl
faryl
4/12/2017 4:37:11 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
That definitely shows. I've had my share of frustrations as an AT&T customer, but the individual service I've received one on one has always been very good.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/10/2017 1:04:34 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
> "Soon the name "AT&T" not "Apple" will be the company to talk about."

Whoa, that's a bold prediction. Apple has had a few missteps recently, but I don't think it has lost much of its consumer loyalty. I actually think Apple needs to expand into the enterprise market better (so far, it's partnership with IBM hasn't seemed to be very productive?). But I'm not sure where AT&T is really going to edge out Apple (or Facebook or Google) in innovation? Is 5G deployment really going to be so disruptive that AT&T will get into IoT devices and become a dominant player in IoT?

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srufolo1
srufolo1
4/8/2017 8:58:44 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
@dcawrey Soon the name "AT&T" not "Apple" will be the company to talk about. It's innovative and well on its way to 5G. I've been an AT&T customer for many years and have never regretted it.

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Ariella
Ariella
4/6/2017 6:59:04 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
@Rsearch it goes much further in developing customer loyalty than ads can.

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Research54527
Research54527
4/6/2017 6:54:56 PM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
I work in Business Marketing, conducting, analyzing and reporting on customer research. I'm glad you have received such great support. We are all encouraged to "own" each customer interaction and make it "effortless".

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Ariella
Ariella
4/6/2017 11:51:17 AM
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Re: AT&T on Virtualization
@Research5427 Which division do you work in? It's terrific that you can take pride in your compnay's progress. I can also tell you from my end that I find the AT&T people to be responsive and helpful when I reach out to them for information and answers to questions.

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