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The pace of technological change is one of the biggest challenges facing industry executives today. In a market of economic uncertainty, technology companies are changing their business strategies in order to adapt for success.

Our expertise focuses on helping software, hardware and life sciences companies deal with the demands of a rapidly changing market. We understand the challenges that technology and communications companies face during their business growth cycle and tailor comprehensive solutions.


Technology predictions 2011 Technology predictions 2011
TMT predictions are Deloitte's view of the major trends over the next 12-18 months that are likely to have significant medium- to long-term impacts for companies in TMT and other industries. People will be using a wider assortment of technology than ever before as they fire up smart phones and tablets to tackle a variety of tasks, including interacting with their governments. Also, learn more about what's ahead in battery technology and hydrogen fuel.
technology trends 2011 Technology trends 2011: The natural convergence of business and IT
Deloitte's annual technology trends report examines the ever-evolving landscape of technology put to business use. Although it is written from the perspective of the CIO, it will also inform business executives on exciting new possibilities to apply technology to address their most pressing business challenges.
Social software for business performance Social software for business performance
Deloitte's Center for the Edge has issued a new point of view addressing the business value of social software. The paper discusses how companies can leverage social software to significantly enhance business performance in the short-term and transform it in the long-term.
What cloud computing means for bsuiness A balancing act: What cloud computing means for business, and how to capitalise on it
Cloud computing is not a passing fad. It is already a compelling computing services option for many situations, and is rapidly gaining momentum in the market. As the market matures, companies will be challenged to adopt cloud computing services models in order to remain agile and competitive. Making this transition is a strategic business issue, and will require the engagement of top business leaders, working closely with the CIO.


  • Georges Kioes
    Partner - Technology, Media & Telecommunications Leader

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