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  • Deloitte Review, Issue 20

    Special section: Smart cities and the future of mobility Will anyone still drive cars in years to come, or will the cars do all the driving themselves? How could technology transform our urban environments? And what does it really mean for a city to be “smart”? Deloitte Review’s 20th issue looks ahead to explore two science-fiction futures that are fast becoming reality: smart cities and the future of mobility.
  • Q & A with Deloitte Digital (part 2)

    Following on from last week’s article introducing Deloitte Digital after our launch in Malta, questions put to us focus on our vision of ‘digital’ and what it means for business.
  • Q & A with Deloitte Digital (part 1)

    As Deloitte Digital launched in Malta last week, key questions were put to us to find out exactly what we're all about.
  • Virtual Reality headsets

    As many gifts were unwrapped just a few weeks ago, you can be sure that someone out there was the lucky recipient of one of the more futuristic gadgets that have recently begun to enter the commercial marketplace – the virtual reality headset.
  • Right brain meets left brain: Deloitte Malta launch Deloitte Digital

    Deloitte Malta is placing digital strategy and transformation at the forefront of its agenda as it launches Deloitte Digital, the accredited brand of the wider Deloitte network of member firms which combines Deloitte’s globally recognised strength in business transformation and technology implementation with the capabilities of a world-class digital agency.
  • New Year’s resolutions… IT style!

    Here we are again, the usual time of the year where we plan ahead and we all become obsessed with New Year’s resolutions, even if the majority of us haven’t managed to keep the ones we set this time last year. That said, one should not stop having targets and now is a great time to make some resolutions relating to the world of IT.
  • Windows Server 2016’s new features

    We finally have the much-awaited official Windows Server 2016 server operating system to review.
  • Taking care of your computer

    Not many can do without a computer in today’s busy world, but how many computer owners are conscious of the extra effort needed to take care of their computers, desktop or a laptop?
  • The internet secret keys

    Recently, a large portion of the internet went down because of hackers who managed to send uncontrollable traffic to Dyn servers. Although hackers remained unable to take control one of the major DNS service providers, they successfully managed to take a portion of the internet offline for a few hours.
  • The principles of user interface design

    "The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with. The new becomes threatening, the old reassuring.” Paul Rand.