The 2009 Deloitte TMT Predictions provide an in-depth look at the emerging issues that will impact the Technology, Media & Telecommunications sectors in the coming year.
Predictions is released annually and are intended to kindle debate, inform possible direction, and identify potential actions for your company. The reports are based upon an extensive research process involving industry analysts, senior executives in Technology, Media & Telecommunications and members of Deloitte’s TMT practices across the world.
Read the TMT Predictions reports on how the technology, media and telecommunications sectors developed.
2009's Predictions address how to make every electron count; free gadgets; the rise of the netbook; Moore's Law and risk; how to make your company green and lean; downsizing the digital attic; generic as the 'it" brand; the digital ambulance chaser supercharged; the rise of social networking sites; and sinners becoming saints.
Our Predictions cover the state of print and television; theater's major draw: 3D; the rising cost of free online content; the dawn of WiFi radio; mobile advertising's meaning; markets getting anti-social with social networks; reinventing mobile television; and the rise of brand-threatening malverts.
The report highlights smart phones for the downturn; data ascending from the basement to the boardroom; digital communication losing its message; the joys of disintermediation; integration unleashing mobile phone convergency; wireless replacing the mobile phone; the mobile broadband accident; mobile television losing its reception; fiber networks chaning the shape of competition; and mobile termination rates in Europe.
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