Tech Trends 2013
Elements of postdigital
As analytics, mobile, social, cloud, and cyber evolve, the convergence of these forces offers a new set of tools, opening the door to new rules for operations, performance, and competition. Welcome to the Postdigital Enterprise.
Deloitte Consulting LLP’s annual Tech Trends report examines the ever-evolving landscape of technology put to practical business use. The 2013 edition revisits 10 actionable trends likely to impact business with measurable value over the next 18 to 24 months.
While the report suggests that the formulae of these combined elements are likely to have the most significant impact on business, forward-thinking organizations should consider developing an explicit strategy in each area – even if that strategy is to wait and see.
Tech Trends 2013: Elements of postdigital
|Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions 2013
This year's TMT Predictions cover a range of topics, including password security, spectrum shortage, enterprise social networks, bring your own computer (BYOC), and crowdfunding, among others. Watch videos, listen to podcasts, explore infographics, and download the report.
|Deloitte Review: The Mobile Chasm
We’ve all seen the explosion of smartphone and tablet adoption in the consumer world, but a similar seismic shift is underway in the business world, too. Mobile technology isn’t just an incremental trend – learn how it’s changing the very nature of society, culture, and business.
|Digital Disruption – Short fuse, big bang?
With one-third of Australia’s economy facing a 'short fuse, big bang' scenario, Deloitte Australia sets out to offer practical advice to business leaders and government policy-makers to help manage the challenges and reap the benefits of digital disruption – now and in the future.
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|CIO Journal: Deloitte (Consulting LLP) CTO Mark White on Tech Trends 2013
Published by The Wall Street Journal, CIO Journal offers a premium news and information service for chief information officers and senior business executives. Learn how CIOs can use Tech Trends as a planning tool in this interview with Mark White.