Category Archives: Tech Media Telecom

Harnessing the power of digital devices in TMT

For companies in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector, digitalisation is both an opportunity and a challenge. The last decade has seen rapid growth in both the way businesses use connected and digital tools in their operations, and in … Continue reading →

Cyberattack: A many-headed monster facing TMT firms

Tech, media, and telecom executives find, cyberattacks to be the fourth-greatest risk facing the sector, and the greatest threat to technology firms. Continue reading →

Risky business? Managing IP and piracy threats in Latin American TMT

Regulation and legal risks are the most pressing concerns for Latin America’s technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) businesses. In research for Willis Towers Watson’s TMT Risk Index 2016, the three greatest risks all fall within the megatrend of regulation and … Continue reading →

The interest rate dilemma for European tech, media & telecom firms

Executives across Europe may have different opinions on their greatest risk but all agree that interest rate fluctuations are their second-greatest risk. Continue reading →

Legal and regulatory risks dominate North American TMT

North American technology, media and telecoms firms cited legal or regulatory challenges as 6 of their top 10 risks in our recent risk index. Continue reading →

Tech, media and telecom firms fear fines and penalties most

Regulatory and legal risk was consistently viewed by TMT survey respondents as the area posing the greatest challenges. Continue reading →

The future of the technology, media and telecommunications sector

The Technology, Media and Telecommunications sector (TMT) is one where change is a constant, risk is embraced on a daily basis, and innovation is relentless. Endless improvement means taking on – and taking advantage – of risk. Firms in this … Continue reading →

Opportunities and Risks, Brought to You by the Internet of Things

Devices are connecting. It will take a connected approach to manage IoT risks. Continue reading →

How Cognitive Computing is Transforming Global Industries

In March 2016, AlphaGo, a computer program developed by Google DeepMind in London, beat the longstanding world champion, Lee Sedol, in 4 out of 5 games of Go. In 2011, IBM’s Watson computer beat two former champions in multiple rounds … Continue reading →

Robots Are Here: Are We Ready?

Since the first computer-managed elements entered service in a General Motors auto manufacturing plant in 1961, almost every service and manufacturing industry in the world has benefited from increased automation provided — to a greater or lesser degree — by … Continue reading →