My name is Stefan Kaczmarek
Over 30 years of editorial experience in international and local publishing houses. More than 25 years of experience within ICT (information and communication technologies) industry: monitoring, analyzing, editorial work and publications in leading Polish ICT magazines. The editor-in-chief (years 2003-2008) of the monthly magazine NetWorld published by IDG Poland. From 1994 to 2012, an editorial project manager, executive editor, journalist and freelancer, focusing on digital transformation (IoT, IIoT, Industry 4.0, 5G, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine/deep learning, augmented/virtual reality, cloud computing, data lakes, fog/edge computing), networking, security, storage, datacenter and telecom market + ICT solutions for administration and the public sector.
I have a philological background (Polish & English philological studies with a focus on film studies). First editorial work and experience – at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s in Ossolineum, the oldest Polish publishing house (Wrocław, south-west Poland). Age group: 50+
About B2B ICT blog it-filolog.pl => convergence of IT, business and humanities
The name, assumptions and contents of the blog stem directly from my philological and editorial background with over 20 years of working as an editor, translator and author in many ICT magazines and websites. My goal is to share my observations and pay readers’ attention to headline news in the ICT industry by covering innovative solutions as well as technological and market trends. The sources of information and knowledge include , reports, conferences, trade fairs and my own research. The tasks for the IT philologist encompass exploring interesting information, providing a synthesis of the most important phenomena, quoting analysts, opinion leaders, experts, producers and the media.
I assume that the blog contents might be of interest for all those who are interested in the ICT ecosystem (vendors, providers, distributors, resellers, integrators and buyers of ICT solutions, products and services), and for whom not only technical parameters are important, but also a broader view on how to make the optimal use of ICT technologies and how they affect all aspects of life. Equally important for all those interested in the blog should be the analysis of market trends and use of ICT tools and platforms when implementing new business strategies, as well as updating their roadmaps and directions in the digital world.
I will appreciate any inspiration, suggestions, questions or cooperation offers. Please contact me: email@example.com
You can find my publications in ICT magazines:
- Do telecoms need AI support?
- Who needs IoT?
- Hardware isn’t dead
- CDN – Content Delivery Networks
- Servers in a world of change
- SDN and NFV will change the DNA of telecoms
- IT infrastructure monitoring
- Virtualization. Is it time for desktops?
- WiFi Calling – extending the reach of VoLTE to Wi-Fi
- The journey from PSTN to All-IP networks
- Connected cars – new market opportunities for mobile operators
- Technologies that create 5G architecture
- Are we ready for adopting IPv6?
- About data lakes
- Your body is your password – biometric technologies (IT Reseller 15-16/2015, page 40)
- IoT – the market opportunity for telecoms