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How new Internet standards will finally deliver a mobile revolution
As the Web experience evolves, smartphones may soon live up to their name, and every business's mobile strategy will grow in importance.
May, 2013—From computational biology to 3-D printing, Google’s executive chairman provides a look into the future of technologies that will change business models and lives.more
March 2013—The country is on the verge of a huge expansion in Internet usage. If it manages its online engagement intelligently, GDP could soar.more
New digital technologies are multiplying, changing consumer behavior and spending. McKinsey research explores the opportunities in digital marketing, detail the role digital and mobile tools play in the consumer's decision process, and review major global changes.
Executives expect that new digital technologies will transform their businesses, but many admit their companies are far from prepared in developing capabilities and meeting challenges.
September 2012—Enterprise mobility is poised to fundamentally change the IT landscape. Here’s an overview of the opportunities and some early lessons on how to manage the associated security risks, costs, and organizational challenges.
July 2012—The dream of achieving rapid, large-scale process automation is becoming a reality for some banks. Competitors cannot afford to miss the opportunity to transform their own back-office processes.more
In just a few years, the use of social technologies has bcome a sweeping cultural, social, and economic phenomenon.more
The Internet is now penetrating emerging economies at a rapid speed with the promise of rich economic benefits, write Olivia Nottebohm, James Manyika and Michael Chui in the Financial Times.more
March 2012—This compendium features essays by experts from the McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey's Business Technology Office, and McKinsey's High Tech Practice. It tackles the theme of digital transformation as part of an ongoing research program on the economic impact of technology. more
McKinsey's new report assesses the impact of search technologies, looking at how they unlock value and identifying the major beneficiaries, including businesses, individuals, and public service entities.
August 2010—Advancing technologies and their swift adoption are upending traditional business models. Senior executives need to think strategically about how to prepare their organizations for the challenging new environment.more
March 2010—More objects are becoming embedded with sensors and gaining the ability to communicate. The resulting information networks promise to create new business models, improve business processes, and reduce costs and risks.more
Venkat Alturi discusses his research into the changes driving mobile data: proliferation of smartphones, maturity of networks, development of applications—and how they have created a multibillion-dollar market.
June 2011—Japan’s once-storied high-tech sector has hit hard times. Only courageous management can restore its global competitiveness.more
An ever-expanding array of digital devices and platforms is changing the way we communicate, socialize, play, purchase and discover. To understand evolving consumer digital behaviors, McKinsey launched a unique research effort in 2008 which we call iConsumer.
December 2010—A new model for managing IT combines factory-style productivity to keep costs down with a more nimble, innovation-focused approach to adapt to rapid change.more
August 2010—Disparities between financial and factory-level productivity measures exist at many manufacturing facilities. Better alignment can improve efficiency, pricing, and product strategies.more
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Mobile smart devices are a necessity for many. Given the enormous stakes, players across the telecom value chain need to be more strategic to win the day.
Tablet computers continue to disrupt the PC and mobile markets, outperforming predictions in unlikely ways. McKinsey research points to more surprises to come.
Company-issued devices are so 2011. Enterprise IT teams need to respond to tech-savvy employees who want to integrate personal mobile devices into the enterprise IT fabric.
Beyond devices CIOs are wrestling with how to manage the broader migration to mobile by employees and business partners alike.
High tech companies, together with telecom partners, are at the leading edge of one of healthcare's most exciting frontiers.more
McKinsey conducted research on the impact of the Internet in populous and fast-growing aspiring countries, including the impact on consumers and businesses, and key success factors.