• Explosion of streaming

    EY’s Lead Analyst for Global Media & Entertainment, Martyn Whistler, provides his insights on the increasing adoption of streaming services vs. traditional TV, the evolution in what audiences are willing to pay for and his highlights from the research.

  • Taking new steps into the smart home

    EY’s research reveals that households are becoming increasingly receptive to smart home technology, but there are pain points on the road to adoption.

  • Zooming in on household viewing habits

    EY’s research highlights the relationship of UK audiences to content services, examining what people watch, how and why.

  • Unlocking the potential of 5G and IoT

    Praveen Shankar, EY’s UK&I TMT Leader, discusses attitudes, expectations, spending habits and pain points of enterprises related to 5G and IoT — and how TMT providers can help them on their transformation journeys.

  • Energising the enterprise journey to 5G and IoT

    A new wave of connectivity is set to redefine enterprise. Recent EY research explores enterprise’s attitudes towards TMT products and services, with this edition putting the spotlight on the journey to 5G and IoT.

  • Opening the door on the digital home

    Adrian Baschnonga, Lead Analyst, Global Telecoms, discussed the launch of EY’s 2019 Decoding the digital home research with UK Tech News, including the increasing desire for a digital detox, the changing attitudes of the traditionally tech-savvy young, and the growing importance of trust and security.

  • Decoding the digital home 2019

    EY’s annual survey of 2,500 UK households explores the consumer attitudes towards connectivity and content within the home.

  • Tackling tax

    In her UK Tech News interview Natalie Langley discusses the tax challenges TMT companies should be aware of, her advice for entrepreneurs, and the implications of the UK’s 2018 autumn budget.

  • Customer obsession

    Our recent publication looks at the re-orientation of businesses as a whole towards delivering on customers’ needs and expectations.


Operating in a new era

Disruption is an inherent part of the technology narrative. But today, as the sector grapples with the lightening pace of change, organisations have an unprecedented opportunity to reorganise, drive efficiencies and become tomorrow’s disruptors.

But for most companies strategic change has to be incremental. While unlocking value starts today, it must be balanced with the business’ existing needs.


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