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Tech Industry Trends and Opportunities

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Where are the opportunities for growth and potential challenges for telecommunications, media and entertainment companies? There’s no shortage of trends to watch in 2020, from the continued growth of streaming to new technologies like 5G and augmented/reality.

AI, cloud, and moving closer to the edge

In this episode, host Hanish Patel sits down with Deloitte’s global technology, media, and telecommunications leader Paul Sallomi to discuss his predictions for the year ahead. Investments in cloud and AI still look strong, while advances in edge computing help to make exciting new IoT applications affordable and practical. Companies are eager to take a look at technologies that enable making decisions at the point of application as they seek to increase personalization and create human experiences. Sallomi also explores the implications these new technologies will have on building a diverse workforce.

The more and more power that we push out to the edge, the greater the opportunity for immediate personalized interaction…this idea of devices at the edge helps us be more effective in our employment and also enhances the customer experience...it's really fundamentally transforming the way work gets done.

— Paul Sallomi, global TMT and technology leader, Deloitte LLP

AI, cloud, and moving closer to the edge

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