Technology, Media and Telecommunications Sector Publications

Cognitive technologies in the technology sector

AI is no longer considered science fiction or a source of expensive R&D efforts with unmet potential by technology firms. Technology sector’s interest in these technologies exploded in the last years. Leading companies use cognitive technologies to enhance products, services, and to open new markets.

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Beyond bitcoin

Blockchain technology can potentially make a great many things more secure and accountable: financial transactions, micropayments, IoT applications, health records, corporate audits, and more.

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TMT Predictions 2016

Our objective with TMT Predictions is to identify critical inflection points that we believe should inform industry strategic thinking, and to explain how we think these will manifest over the next 12-18 months for companies in Technology, Media, Telecommunications (TMT), and other industries.

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Technology and people: The great job-creating machine

Deloitte economists Ian Stewart, Debapratim De and Alex Cole has analyzed employment data from the last 144 years to assess how technological change has affected employment in England and Wales.

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Who owns the road? The IoT-connected car of today—and tomorrow

The connected vehicle has been the most visible and familiar example of Internet of Things technology. But as cars become increasingly software-driven, the real IoT developments in the auto industry are behind the scenes, as automakers and software providers both lay claim to the driver’s seat.

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Customers, companies, and the Internet of Things

By leveraging the IoT, advanced analytics allow companies to aggregate, store, and analyze data in real time, creating a competitive advantage over companies that are less information-driven. The Information Value Loop captures how information generated by IoT technologies can be used to create value.

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Shipping smarter: IoT opportunities in transport and logistics

Many industries and business sectors are struggling to grasp the possibilities of data-driven technology, but companies in transport and logistics (T&L) are way ahead. By their very nature, the logistics providers that move objects by air, sea, rail, and ground have widely distributed networks and rely on rapid information about those networks to make decisions. As a result, they were quick to see the benefits of new sensor and connection technology, placing them at the forefront of the transition to a connected world.

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Redesigning work in an era of cognitive technologies

Cognitive Technologies cannot be ignored. They are an emerging source of competitive advantage for businesses and are on their way to ubiquity at work and at home. Over the next three to five years cognitive technologies likely will have a profound impact on work, workers, and organizations.

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Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Turkey 2015

In the 10th year anniversary of the program, the winner is Cardtek Payment Processing Services second year in a row, with its four-year revenue growth rate of 5515 percent. The second winner is anttech with a revenue growth of 2126 percent, followed by with a revenue growth of 1742 percent.

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The Deloitte Consumer Review: Digital Predictions 2015
What are the next digital trends set to disrupt the consumer market in 2015?

Consumer connectivity and device convergence continue to challenge and disrupt the consumer market. This rate of disruption is set to accelerate with the emergence of new digital technologies and digital platforms.

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Digital Education 2.0: From Content to Connections 

Integrated next-generation technologies may equip students to continue their education their entire lives addressing three goals: fortifying student skills, increasing education’s ROI, enabling students to be innovative and entrepreneurial.

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Cognitive Technologies: The real opportunities for business

Because cognitive technologies extend the power of information technology to tasks traditionally performed by humans, they can enable organizations to break prevailing trade-offs between speed, cost, and quality. Explore where cognitive technologies can benefit your company.

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Tech Trends 2015

In our sixth annual Technology Trends report, we outline eight trends that could potentially disrupt the way businesses engage their customers, how work gets done, and how markets and industries evolve. Read about the trends below, download the full report, and explore our interactive tablet app.

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TMT Predictions 2015

Welcome to the 2015 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT) sectors. These Predictions reveal the perspectives gained from hundreds of conversations with industry leaders, and tens of thousands of consumer interviews across the globe

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The global economic impact of Facebook

Facebook enables global economic activity by helping to unlock new opportunities through connecting people and businesses, lowering barriers to marketing, and stimulating innovation.

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The Internet of Things Ecosystem
Unlocking the Business Value of Connected Devices

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to offer business value that goes beyond operational cost savings. Throughout this paper, we offer strategies – to both enterprise adopters and IoT providers – to unlock the business value of connected devices.

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Technology Fast50 Turkey 2014
Create powerful connections

This report includes Fast50 winners ranking and company profiles as well as CEO Survey results with regards to assessments and predictions of the winning companies’ CEOs about the technology sector.

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2014 Global Venture Capital Confidence Survey
How confident are investors?

According to 2014 Global Venture Capital Confidence Survey prepared by Deloitte in collaboration with the National Venture Capital Association, confidence in technology-related sectors is still high with the highest rated sectors being Cloud/SaaS, Mobile, and Healthcare IT and Services.

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World’s Most Colorful Screen
TV Series Sector in Turkey

According to Deloitte Turkey’s report, the revenue generated from TV series exports has increased by 15 times over the past 5 years. The viewers who spend an average of 4 hours per day watching TV mostly prefer romantic series. As an industry with a high consumption appetite, more than half of the TV series which are aired in a season, are cancelled before the end of the season.

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Mobile Telephony and Taxation in Turkey

The report was commissioned by the GSM Association (‘the GSMA’) to examine the economic contribution of mobile telephony and the impact of mobile specific taxation in Turkey.

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Information and Communications Technologies Industry in Light of 2023 Goals

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is a horizontal sector which affects all industries, increases productivity, and takes an active role as a facilitator. ICT acts as a trailblazer for the innovative development of business fields, current and developing technologies, and increase of productivity and competitiveness. The results of field research completed in EU countries over several years reveal that ICT is the most effective element for product, service and process innovation.

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Market Data 2013

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) industry in Turkey reached to TL 61,6 Billion with a 11,3% growth in

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2013 Global Mobile Survey
Divergence deepens

Mobile’s reach is greater than ever, and its continuing adoption is driving not just consumer behaviors but also business strategy. More and more companies are declaring that they are going mobile first. Yet what is mobile? It is an industry that has phenomenal momentum and scale, but it also one that is increasingly diverse. There are multiple standards, with 4G coexisting with 3G and 2G. Smartphones now ship over a billion a year, but the smartphone category describes a broad range of capability, price and capability. Short messaging service (SMS) used to be the only way of exchanging text between devices, today there are a rising range of options for doing so.

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TMT Predictions 2014
Explore what's ahead in Technology, Media, and Telecom

What makes Predictions unique is the methodology and depth of perspective gained from hundreds of conversations with industry leaders, and tens of thousands of consumer interviews across the globe.

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