Blockchain and digital assets could remake the financial services industry, and that affects everyone who uses money. Deloitte’s Linda Pawczuk and Richard Walker share the insights gleaned from a survey of global industry leaders.
To pay or not to pay: That’s the essential dilemma for governments faced with ransomware attacks. Deloitte’s Tim Li and Doug Powers tell host Tanya Ott how the public sector can face the looming threats.
Macro forces and trends shape the technology of today and the future. Deloitte leader Bill Briggs and FedEx CIO Rob Carter show us ways to navigate the complex technology trajectory and judiciously invest in cutting-edge tech.
Piyush Pandey, managing director at Deloitte’s Risk and Financial Advisory practice, talks about how to guard against cyberattacks on smart cities’ web of interconnected technologies and constant data flow.
Quantum computing, which can perform complex calculations exponentially faster than normal computers, has the potential to create great wealth by reimagining how problems are solved. But this huge computational power, if not managed responsibly, can have serious consequences, warns David Schatsky.
With 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the world, do companies have a strategy for how to use—and protect—the data collected? Irfan Saif and Sean Peasley of Deloitte & Touche LLP spoke to Tanya Ott about how companies can mitigate the various risks across the IoT value loop.
The fitness tracker on your wrist may be the most evident sign of the Internet of Things, but it is just one node resting on top of communications, analytics, policy, and even behavioral infrastructure. Host Tanya Ott talked to Tom Davenport, independent senior advisor to Deloitte Analytics, about the future of IoT.
If we want to act on data to get fit or reduce heating bills, we need to understand not just the analytics of the data, but how we make decisions. Host Tanya Ott talks to Jim Guszcza about the art and science of applying masses of data with the way human beings actually behave.
Since the first caveman picked up a sharp rock, technology has been changing the way we work and the jobs we do. What effect will the rise of artificial intelligence and cognitive technologies have on jobs of the future? Host Tanya Ott talks to David Schatsky about the kinds of work computers can do now, what they'll be able to do soon, and how it may affect your business.