Dbriefs Industries Webcasts

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Technology, Media, & Telecommunication
5G and Wi-Fi 6: Global advanced wireless survey

8 April 2021

Host: Mic Locker, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

The accelerating world of connectivity is transforming organizations, reshaping competitive landscapes, and creating new market opportunities. How and why are enterprises across the world adopting advanced wireless technologies?  We’ll discuss:

  • The state of 5G and Wi-Fi 6 adoption and the criticality of these technologies for organizations now and into the future.
  • The transformative nature of advanced wireless technologies and the implications for taking advantage of other emerging technologies.
  • The ecosystem of providers, including IT groups, cloud and application providers, technology companies, and more.

Participants will discover how their company’s connectivity posture compares to others in the market and learn to discuss the current state of advanced wireless adoption.

Technology, Media, & Telecommunication
2021 Technology, media, and telecommunications outlook

24 February 2021

Hosts: Paul Silverglate and Jana Arbanas

Important trends are shaping the technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) industry. What developments should you anticipate for 2021 and how has the pandemic accelerated many of these trends? We'll discuss: 

  • Key trends within the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications industries.
  • Strategic opportunities and actions companies can take to position themselves for growth.
  • Challenges to be mindful of as companies emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.

Oil, Gas & Chemicals
Industry outlook 2021: Oil, gas & chemicals

23 February 2021

Host: Stanley Porter, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

In many ways, the past year was an economic, political, regulatory, and competitive rollercoaster for the oil, gas, and chemicals industry. What new factors are likely to shape the industry in the coming year and beyond? We'll discuss: 

  • Sector by sector outlooks on key trends likely to impact markets in 2021.
  • Insights on legislative, regulatory, and policy decisions likely to affect the industry.
  • Practical considerations for strategic planning.

Participants will explore various issues and opportunities that the industry is likely to face in 2021 and assess how their organizations can plan ahead for them.


Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Modernizing revenue streams in the sports industry

20 November 2020

Host: Jessica Kosmowski, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

With the proliferation and advancement of technology and analytics, sports organizations today have access to a wealth of fan data like never before. How can the sports ecosystem leverage this data to capture untapped value and drive new revenue? We’ll discuss: 

  • Capitalizing on new and existing revenue streams within modernized ad businesses and platforms.
  • How sports organizations and advertisers can collaborate to deliver more personalized experiences.
  • Security and privacy implications around how data is collected and monetized.

Participants will take a deeper dive into the rapidly evolving sports business landscape and how teams, leagues, and media companies can tap into audience data to create new value.


Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
Physical and virtual production amid COVID-19

28 October 2020

Host: Danny Ledger, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

COVID-19 has introduced unprecedented challenges to the production process. How can studios and content creators restart in-person activities and use virtual production capabilities to enhance the way content is created? We’ll discuss:

  • What strategic imperatives are necessary to operate post COVID-19?
  • What technology initiatives will enable safety while assuring privacy?
  • Why is virtual production gaining momentum?

Participants will learn how studios can carefully plan, execute, and manage physical production in order to limit liability and reputational risk, while leveraging the advantages of virtual production.


Technology, Media, & Telecommunications
AI risks and rewards: Striking the right balance for your organization

30 September 2020

Host: Paul Silverglate, Partner, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP

As the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies becomes mainstream, AI adopters are increasingly worried about balancing the benefits with emerging risks. How are technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) companies using and creating AI and confronting the risks? We'll discuss:

  • The adoption of, investment in, and competitive advantage achieved through AI technologies.
  • How to be smarter consumers and creators of AI technologies.
  • The need to properly address risks to fully realize the benefits of AI.
  • What leading TMT companies are doing differently to achieve success in an era of AI.

Participants will gain new insights on these and other issues and explore how TMT companies are transforming with AI technologies.

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