Managers and their technical partners will be the ones to build the next great innovations based on the capabilities of 5G – but in order to do so, they require a fundamental understanding of the market pressures and a basic understanding of the technologies driving this shift – technologies like Edge computing, IoT and AI. Businesses will gain new ways to enhance customer experience, deliver hyper-personalization, and improve operational efficiency, among the many ways that we’re only now beginning to imagine. Students of this course will walk away with the knowledge needed to put 5G to work in their businesses, empowering them to lead their teams into the future. With these tools, they will be recognized within their organizations as experts on the modernization of business networks.
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