Tech Trends 2015

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Tech Trends 2015

The fusion of business and IT

Deloitte’s annual Tech Trends report identifies the eight technology trends that we believe have the most potential to impact business over the next 12 to 24 months.

This year’s report examines trends such as amplified intelligence, ambient computing, software-defined everything and the IT worker of the future. These trends have the potential to disrupt and reshape organisations, business models and even entire industries.

In the coming fiscal year or next, how will you apply what you learn to develop a response plan, and how will you act on your plan? More importantly, how can you leverage these trends and disruptive technologies to help chart your company’s future?

The time to act is now...don’t be caught unaware or unprepared.

Tech Trends 2015: The fusion of business and IT

Download the executive overview

For a brief look at all of the trends for 2015, download a copy of our easy to read executive synopsis.

Read the Tech Trends 2015 blog post

In this Deloitte Digital blog post from 27 April 2015, Rob Hillard, Managing Partner – Consulting, explains why we think it’s important to understand these trends and technologies so you can leverage them to chart your organisation’s future.

 

Other related blog posts: Are you "thinking Agile"?

In this Deloitte Agile blog post from 15 July 2015, Matt Campion, Director – Consulting, gives an understanding of how “thinking Agile” can enable these leading technology trends to provide business benefits. 

Tech Trends 2015 synopsis

Select chapters and explore previous editions

Create your own custom PDF of the Tech Trends report with only the chapters of most interest to you, or explore each individual trend below:
 

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CIO as chief integration officer

API economy

Ambient computing

Dimensional marketing

Software-defined everything

Core renaissance

Amplified intelligence

IT worker of the future

Exponentials (bonus chapter)

  

Explore previous editions of the report:

Tech Trends 2014 | Tech Trends 2013 | Tech Trends 2012

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