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  • Tech trends 2014
    What are the trends that exemplify the unprecedented potential for emerging technologies to reshape how work gets done, how businesses grow and how markets and industries evolve? Learn more.
  • 2014 outlook on technology
    Mixed global demand, an emerging class of patent pirates and new avenues to raise capital are among trends to watch. Learn more.
  • The disruptive rise of value-based care
    The health care industry is ripe for disruptive innovation as systemic challenges continue to face the industry and stakeholders demand increased value. Learn more.
  • Perspectives on technology: Mobility and the cloud in the mid-market
    How are mid-market companies leveraging new technology solutions to fuel their growth? Learn more.
  • How CFOs can own analytics
    Can a case be made for ceding ownership of analytics to the finance chief. Learn More.
  • CEOwn It: How do health care, hospitality and retail respond to postdigital disruption?
    How is today’s postdigital environment reshaping strategies across the retail, hospitality and travel and healthcare sectors?
  • Technology Fast 500™
    Powerful connections — 2013 winners announced. Read more.
  • Leveling the playing field - Business analytics for mid-sized companies
    This joint report from Deloitte and Financial Executives Research Foundation examines how mid-market companies can benefit from analytics.
  • New Jersey Technology Council - 2013 outlook: The certainty of technology in an uncertain economy
    Read how technology investments are helping executives increase business productivity and better position their companies for growth.
  • Cloud wars: How incumbents can respond to cloud disruption
    Cloud computing and fast-moving, innovative startups seem a natural match. If it hasn’t already jolted how your company does business, chances are it will.
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