Global blockchain survey 2018
Breaking blockchain open
While not quite ready for primetime yet, blockchain is getting closer to its breakout moment with every passing day. Deloitte’s new global survey of more than 1,000 global blockchain-savvy executives from seven countries and nine industries is a leading indicator of where blockchain is headed.
Cognitive Technologies Survey
Get insights from early adopters of cognitive and AI
From the impact on jobs to their specific goals and exactly which cognitive technologies they’re using, this report shares their views with the broader business world.
Succeeding in the age of digital transformation
TMT Frontrunners lead the way for the Industry 4.0 revolution
All industries will face changes as a result of Industry 4.0. But some industries in particular are already being buffeted by rapid and extensive changes—particularly technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT).
Technology, media, and telecom get smarter
Cognitive computing aims to make companies both more effective and more efficient
No, not every new cognitive technology will transform your business. But some AI-based applications offer real benefits to business leaders. How to find value in all the tech? First, you need to understand how cognitive computing works—and how it can augment business processes.
Deloitte Global RPA Survey
The robots are ready. Are you?
Over the past year, there has been intensifying interest in robotics and in the application of cognitive and artificial intelligence technologies, both in the media and on the conference circuit.
Digital media trends survey
A new world of choice for digital consumers
With the proliferation of mobile devices, wireless connectivity, and alternative digital media platforms, one thing has become clear: Consumers are increasingly in control.
A technical primer
Cognitive technologies are now impacting almost every aspect of people’s lives. Not only are these technologies an emerging source of competitive advantage for businesses and the economy, but they also have the potential to improve societal well-being.
2018 Technology Industry Outlook
Navigating to the future: Leveraging tech advances in the digital era
In an age of digital disruption, technology companies face increasing pressure to improve time to market and ensure their offerings are best in class.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here
Are you ready?
Today, the Fourth Industrial Revolution – or Industry 4.0 – is transforming economies, jobs and even society itself. Physical and digital technologies are combining through analytics, artificial intelligence
TMT Predictions 2018
See what the future holds for technology, media and telecommunications
Machine learning, a core element of artificial intelligence, will progress at a phenomenal pace in 2018, the appetite for digital subscriptions among consumers is on the rise, and the smartphones will mentain their dominance.
Four Romanian companies present in Deloitte 2017 Technology Fast 500TM EMEA Rankings
11 December 2017
Trencadis, Tremend, APSISWARE and Qualitance represent Romania in this year’s Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™ rankings for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Now in its 17th year, the list is compiled by Deloitte Global’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry group.
Deloitte Technology Fast 50
Calling all innovators, the tech-savvy and growing businesses - the time has come to join our business benchmarking index which provides companies an opportunity to be ranked and celebrated for their ingenuity and success.
Global Mobile Consumer Trends 2016
Mobile Consumers Check Their Phones Over 80 Billion Times a Day Worldwide
Intensity in usage and ownership rates of mobile phones are increasing, in some categories more than doubling, pointing to dramatically changing consumer behaviors, and a shift towards non-voice communications such as text and IM.
Virtual reality gear forecast to hit record billion-dollar mark this year, according to Deloitte Global 2016 TMT Predictions
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global) predicts that virtual reality (VR) will have its first billion dollar year in 2016, with about US$700 million in hardware sales, and the remainder from content.