2013 TMT Predictions podcast collection
Listen as Deloitte Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry leaders discuss what's ahead in 2013.
TMT Predictions 2013 - Telecommunications overview (9:54)
Listen in as the TMT Predictions 2013 co-authors provide an introduction to the telecommunications sector predictions for 2013.
TMT Predictions 2013 - Scorecard 2012 (9:12)
How accurate were Deloitte's 2012 predictions in technology, media & telecommunications? TMT Predictions 2012 co-authors Paul Lee and Duncan Stewart revisit the report and discuss some of the hits & misses from Predictions 2012.
The PC is not dead: it's about usage not units (6:47)
Have smartphones and tablets taken over, and is it the end of the PC?
Bring your own computer: a tale of two interpretations (9:45)
What are BYOC, or bring your own computer, policies and what does Deloitte predict for 2013? Why do bring-your-own-device policies seem to be working less well for PCs compared to mobile devices? So might a different kind of BYOC emerge in 2013? What sorts of industries or companies might be attracted to these policies?
P@$$1234: the end of strong password-only security (6:42)
It sounds like the days of using 'password' for our 'password' are behind us- or at least should be! Learn what Deloitte predicts for 2013, how passwords most commonly 'get hacked', and whether we'll see a shift towards longer and stronger passwords being required.
Enterprise Social Networks: another tool, but not yet a panacea (6:09)
Enterprise social networks have been a hot topic for years, but what does the future hold?
Let's get together: crowdfunding portals bring in the bucks (8:30)
This podcast introduces our listeners to crowdsourcing portals and what Deloitte predicts for 2013. Is crowdfunding simply an alternative to traditional venture capital, or is there actually much more to the concept? Could crowdfunding replace traditional venture capital, and what are some practical examples and implications for 2013?
The button stays beautiful (5:28)
Deloitte predicts that a growing range of high-end TV sets are likely to incorporate gesture or voice based controls in 2013, but this prediction comes with a twist.
4K kicks off (6:34)
This prediction discusses the next generation of high definition (HD) TVs, known as 4k, and what factors are most likely to fuel growth.
Dual video screening readies for prime time (5:48)
What do the TMT Predictions 2013 authors mean mean by dual video screening and what does Deloitte predicts for 2013? What key factors are driving dual video screening, and what other interesting trends or applications emerge as we take a deeper look at dual video screening?
Connected TV: hits and misses (5:00))
Consumers will buy tens of millions of connected TV sets in 2013, but broadcasters should not be concerned they will be painted out of the viewing landscape; connected TV is for many a secondary priority and seldom a key driver of purchasing decisions.
Over-the-top may lift legacy broadcasters and distributors more than pure plays (5:48)
Deloitte predicts that in 2013, in markets where services are available, two of the top three over the top (OTT) TV program and movie services are likely to be provided by existing broadcasters and distributors. Mainstream broadcasters’ strong brand image and customer loyalty will put them in poll position to grab market share in the growing over-the-top space in 2013.
The reality of "cord cutting" in North America (7:25)
Deloitte predicts that in 2013 almost all North American households that pay for TV through multichannel video programming distributors (MVPD) will continue to subscribe.
A strong year for LTE adoption (5:43)
In this podcast, the TMT Predictions 2013 co-authors explain a bit about LTE networks and what Deloitte predicts for 2013. What factors will contribute to LTE adoption? How will this prediction play out in varying markets around the world?
Smartphones ship a billion but usage becomes simpler (5:36)
Smartphones are clearly still a hot topic in telecommunications: what does Deloitte predict for 2013? What are some reasons for such varied usage patterns among smartphone owners? What are some recommendations for industry players like retailers and app developers?
"Mobile" advertising is dead. Long live tablet and smartphone advertising (6:14)
Deloitte predicts that advertising on tablets and smartphones, until recently considered under the umbrella term ‘mobile advertising’, will mature into distinct markets in 2013, leading to increasingly individual formats and income streams.
Deloitte predicts that in 2013 between 50 and 100 mobile operators will offer app (AYCA) services with unlimited access to specific applications. The TMT Predictions 2013 co-authors discuss which customers might be most drawn to AYCA services and, conversely, who might not be a good fit.
The looming spectrum shortage: worse before it gets better (11:56)
What does spectrum shortage mean and what does Deloitte predict for 2013? Why can governments not just increase the “supply” of spectrum, and might we see the equivalent of digital toll roads? What emerging technologies have the potential to address some of these spectrum concerns?