Connectivity-derived disruption is playing out across almost every major industry, from real estate to connected cars to personal fitness, healthcare, retail, manufacturing and more.
Along with the advantages of connected products comes the challenge of building them: managing modems, chipsets, sensors, security hazards, location services, software updates, remote debugging… all before any real product differentiation actually happens. To build a connected product today, business leaders need to navigate a bewildering variety of risks.
The recently launched Product Development team within AT&T’s Chief Technology Office is the catalyst for a new wave of innovation across the company, coordinating with teams from our Enterprise Markets, Mid-Market, Mass Market organizations, our Chief Data Office, Chief Security Office, and more.
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Latest Product Development News
July 05, 2022
For AT&T’s CTO, the Challenges of the Cloud Transition Are Not Technical. They’re Interpersonal.
Jeremy Legg talks about the challenges of building 5G and fiber, next-gen network services, recruiting tech talent, and AT&T’s move to the cloud.
March 14, 2022
AT&T Hints at its ‘Act 2’
As AT&T finishes streamlining its networking business, the next phase will be building new services on that network.
February 24, 2022
AT&T Private 5G Edge to Make Networks Smarter and Faster
Through our collaboration with Microsoft, AT&T Private 5G Edge is ideal for organizations where private networks need to be simple, flexible, and easy to use.
July 16, 2021
6 Digital Transformation Tips from AT&T’s Tech Chief
Jeremy discusses how he and his team wrestled with modernizing or retiring more than 7,000 IT applications and aligning technology teams with business needs.
May 24, 2021
AT&T Communications CTO Legg on Transforming a Telecom Giant
Jeremy provides a deep dive on the challenges and opportunities with migrating IT applications to the cloud and retiring legacy tech.