2011 TMT Predictions podcasts
Listen as leaders in the Technology, Media & Telecommunications industry talk about what’s ahead for 2011.
TMT Predictions 2011: The big picture (9:36)
Jolyon Barker and Phil Asmundson talk about overall TMT trends for 2011 and look back at the last ten years in the industry.
Technology overview (14:31)
Variety is key in the technology sector for the coming year. Deloitte predicts that people will use a diverse array of devices at home and at work. Learn more in this podcast with Eric Openshaw and Paul Lee.
Media overview (14:59)
Television, gaming, the music industry, and social media are among the topics covered in the 2011 Media Predictions podcast featuring Ed Shedd and Duncan Stewart.
TMT Predictions 2011: The Telecommunications Overview (12:40)
In the spotlight for this year’s Telecommunications Predictions: How and where people get connected using their mobile devices. Learn more in this podcast with Jolyon Barker and Phil Asmundson.
Tablets in the enterprise: Toys no more (13:10)
Tablet computers have taken the consumer world by storm but Deloitte predicts that more than a quarter of those sold in 2011 will be bought by enterprises.
eGovernment: From option to obligation (4:42)
In 2011, Deloitte predicts that use of egovernment tools will increase significantly and in some cases may become mandatory.
Non-PC computers take over the world (8:50)
PC sales are set to hit 400 million in 2011 yet the combined sales of smartphones, tablets, and non-PC netbooks that use different processing chips and operating systems will exceed that number for the first time.
Hydrogen comes out of hiding: The alternative alternative energy source (6:41)
Duncan Stewart looks at what's ahead for hydrogen in 2011.
Squeezing the electrons in: Batteries don’t follow Moore’s Law (7:10)
Although progress in battery technology may seem slow, even a five percent annual improvement can lead to significant gains over time.
Operating system diversity (8:59)
Being the dominant operating system provider in the emerging non-PC market would be a tremendous prize for a company. Who will take the crown?
Online regulation ratchets up (17:00)
Deloitte predicts that online privacy will be an even more contentious issue in 2011 provoking irate headlines and exasperated calls for action.
Push beats pull in the battle for the television viewer (7:27)
Tens of millions of televisions will be sold in 2011 with a search function allowing viewers to “pull” content, but passive television viewers will be slow to embrace this new feature.
DVRs proliferate! The 30 second spot doesn’t die! (7:48)
In 2011, more and more TV viewers will have the ability to fast forward through advertisements but what will that mean for the future of television commercials?
Social network advertising: Modest, not mega (5:52)
Paul Lee looks at trends in social media advertising for 2011.
Television’s 'super media' status consolidates (7:24)
Television may be one of the oldest media covered in the 2011 TMT Predictions, but it remains one of the most popular.
Keeping the life in live (9:03)
Deloitte predicts that the live music sector will start taking on the talent creation and nurturing roles that up until now has been left largely to the Artist and Repertoire (A&R) divisions of the music labels.
Pop goes pop-up: Physical music sales go seasonal and temporary (8:39)
Deloitte predicts that in 2011 digital sales will outstrip CD sales for the first time in at least one major market.
Gaming goes online and on sale: New revenue models grow the market (7:48)
Duncan Stewart looks at trends in the gaming industry, which Deloitte predicts will see revenues of US$52 billion in 2011.
WiFi in the mall (8:14)
Duncan Stewart talk about why Deloitte predicts that in 2011 many large retailers will begin offering free in-store Wi-Fi access to shoppers.
WiFi complements cellular broadband for 'data on the move' (10:53)
Paul Lee talks about how these two wireless technologies can work together to provide customers with better service.
4G on the cheap (9:12)
Deloitte predicts that the Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks which will usher in the era of 4G services will fall short of expectations in 2011.
Video calling: The base goes mainstream but usage remains niche (8:30)
Deloitte predicts that although video calling will become cheaper, more widely available, and be of a much improved quality in 2011, the long-awaited boom in demand will not come to pass.