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Report: Can insurers go digital without the cloud?

Deloitte’s 2020 Insurance Outlook focuses on technology and the digital transformation of insurance. A key message is that insurance forms need to get to grips with new technologies if they are to survive.

Why the workforce needs to change for digital transformation: Q&A Special

The future of work is no longer just about filling today's open needs; it is about re-evaluating the work and the workforce of tomorrow. Michael Gretczko, of Deloitte explains what is needed for the future.

WorkTech conference highlights advantages of changing workspaces

Corporate real estate (CRE), like every other industry, is undergoing a massive transformation. Speakers and attendees at the WorkTech17 conference in Toronto focussed on the technological and cultural changes that are affecting the industry.

Deloitte suffered silent data breach it took six months to find

Deloitte has confirmed a data breach allowed attackers to steal confidential client emails. The incident went unnoticed for months and only became public knowledge after a Guardian report today. It was caused by a basic email security lapse.

US judge suspends Chinese units of 'Big Four' auditors

Washington - A US judge has ordered Chinese units of the "Big Four" global accounting firms to be suspended from auditing US-traded companies for six months, saying they had "wilfully violated" US laws.

Op-Ed: Conservatives paid Deloitte $20 million for advice on budget

In a recent story on Deloitte, an accounting firm that gets contract work from the federal government and who investigated Pamela Wallin and Mike Duffy, Postmedia News noted facts every Canadian should digest. Warning: they may not go down easy.

Study: Smartphones and tablets to outsell computers in 2011

For the first time in history, cellphone and tablet sales are expected to outnumber computer sales, a study by Deloitte Canada predicts. The report says 425 million smartphones and tablets are expected to ship globally compared to 400 million PCs.

Report: Tablet computer sales will reach 'tens of millions'

Deloitte research has indicated the hot consumer tech for 2010 will be the tablet computer or "NetTab". Rapid sales are predicted to outpace GPS devices.
 

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Kara Seamon, a Deloitte auditor paints one of the townhouses at Veterans Place. Steve Pope/Digital Journal
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Deloitte workers are seen organizing donations at Veterans Place in Pittsburgh during the firm's annual day of service on Friday. Steve Pope/Digital Journal
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Deloitte employees take a well-deserved lunch break during the firm's annual "Day of Impact" Friday at Veterans Place of Washington Blvd. Steve Pope/Digital Journal
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Duncan Stewart, Director of Deloitte Canada Research and co-author of TMT Predictions 2011, presents the company's forecasts for changes in technology to an audience in Montreal.
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Duncan Stewart (right), Director of Deloitte Canada Research and co-author of TMT Predictions 2011, presents the company's forecasts for changes in technology to an audience in Montreal.
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Deloitte's Bay and Adelaide office in Toronto.
Michael Gretczko  Principal at Deloitte
Michael Gretczko, Principal at Deloitte
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