The Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) global industry group specialists at Deloitte member firms worldwide understand challenges linked to decreased technology spending, industry convergence, and new management strategies. Through these member firms, the TMT group offers a global footprint, professional principles, multidisciplinary capabilities, and outstanding thought leadership publications — which all add up to a wealth of trusted and worthy resources.
|State of the Media Democracy
Deloitte's State of the Media Democracy survey, now in its seventh edition, takes an in-depth, multi-generational look at how consumer preferences vary, and more importantly, how they are evolving within the changing landscape of device ownership, subscription services, advertising platforms, social networking adoption, and emerging payment models.
|TMT Predictions 2013
What's ahead for the technology, media & telecommunications industries? Explore TMT Predictions 2013 – watch videos, listen to podcasts, download the predictions, and share thoughts on social media.
|The state of the Global Mobile Consumer
This report is Deloitte's second Global Mobile Consumer Survey, providing a unique insight into the mobile consumer behaviour of 26,960 respondents across 15 countries (Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, France, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the United States).
|Blurring the lines: 2013 TMT Global Security Study
What do tech, media, and telecom executives believe is needed to improve information security and address cyber threats in 2013? Explore key findings from the survey report.
|The leader advantage: Implications of the mobile communications national achievement
As wireless broadband coverage reaches more parts of the world, the number of innovative mobile-based products and services increases. Read this Financial Times article by Eric Openshaw and Craig Wigginton to discover why the race to implement or expand so-called 4G technologies is on.
|Myanmar. The next Asian telecommunications greenfield?
With one of the lowest wireless penetration rates in the world, Myanmar's telecommunications sector is positioned to witness robust growth in the coming decade.
|What is the impact of mobile telephony on economic growth?
Deloitte and the GSMA have released the first comprehensive estimates of the impact of mobile data usage on GDP growth in developed and developing markets, using information on mobile data provided by Cisco Systems based on their Visual Network Index (VNI).
|Machine-to-Machine: Vision 2020
Is India ready to seize a USD4.5 trillion M2M opportunity? Machine-to-machine (M2M) would make those things possible and affordable, which are currently not feasible to be delivered, in a vast country like India. Technologies that enable M2M communication such as GPS unit, RFID, GPRS modules, etc. have much to offer to the developing world towards improving quality of life.