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Defining the future of digital

It’s officially official. Ladies and gentleman, Deloitte’s global member firm network proudly unveils the double-down on all things mobile, Web, content, and social – Deloitte Digital. It is equal parts business, creative, and technology, and one hundred percent digital. From strategy to delivery, Deloitte Digital combines cutting-edge creative with trusted business and technology acumen to define and deliver tomorrow’s digital business, today.

Women in the boardroom Deloitte Digital: Learn how we’re defining the future of digital
Deloitte Digital harnesses Deloitte’s established footprint in mobile, Web, e-commerce, social, and content management with the strength of the Deloitte member firm global network of digital studios, including the recently acquired mobile agency Übermind. Deloitte Digital services are available to clients across the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific regions. Get ready to strengthen your brand, and grow your digital business.
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The digital disruption cannot be ignored. New technologies are playing a critical role in the success or failure of today’s business, and they’re allowing companies to engage with key stakeholders like never before—from connecting customers, to building brand awareness and empowering employees, the opportunities can be endless.

Given this rapidly changing landscape, it’s essential for brands to consider integrating digital solutions, whether B2B, B2C, or B2E. Get a taste for how Deloitte Digital has helped clients lead the market in digital transformation by visiting the work page. Digital behaviors are changing the face of business as usual—don’t get left behind.

Contact us to explore Deloitte Digital’s service offerings available around the globe, and engage with Deloitte Digital on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google.

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Women in the boardroom Tech Trends 2012: Elevate IT for digital business
This year’s theme examines the broad impacts of five technology forces – analytics, mobility, social, cloud, and cyber security.

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UK State of the Media Democracy Survey 2012: Smarter generations
How is the UK public interacting with media? This year’s State of the Media Democracy Survey provides a ‘reality check’ on how UK consumers across generations interact with media, entertainment, advertising, and information and what their preferences might be in the future. 

Discover the results of the U.S. State of the Media Democracy Survey and how the proliferation of devices is driving more consumption.

woman pointing at symbols Scaling edges: A pragmatic pathway to broad internal change
Increased globalization and rapid advancements in technology, collectively referred to as The Big Shift, are profoundly altering the economy and creating a new market. In order to thrive in a post-Big Shift world, today’s companies should consider how they move from innovating at a product and service level to innovating at an institutional level. Pragmatic pathways is a framework for executives seeking to embark on this difficult, but necessary transformation.

 

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