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Télécommunications et médias

L'avenir de l'industrie des médias et des télécommunications

L'avenir de l'industrie des médias et des télécommunications

La mondialisation, la digitalisation, la restructuration et la convergence: aucun autre secteur de l'économie n'évolue aussi rapidement que le monde des nouvelles technologies, des communications et des médias. Nous vous aidons à faire de ces changements un vecteur de croissance pour votre entreprise.

Notre expertise

  • L'analyse des données / Big Data
    Vous souhaitez analyser vos données clients pour construire une relation de proximité avec vos clients et augmenter vos ventes ? Grâce à notre soutien dans le domaine de l'analyse de données, vous collectez des informations rentables.
  • Optimisation des processus / stratégie IT
    Des processus flexibles sont le fondement de l'innovation, mais pour les déployer, vous devez d'abord disposer de solutions adaptées en matière d’IT. Ensemble, nous analysons vos processus et les optimisons. 
  • Gestion des risques
    La révolution technologique a repoussé les frontières traditionnelles. La nouvelle Cyber-ère offre des opportunités d'innovation et de productivité accrues, mais engendre aussi de nouveaux risques. Nous pouvons vous aider à exploiter les opportunités tout en évitant les dangers.

Research and Insights

Corruption: a phenomenon that is both old and new

Corruption: a phenomenon that is both old and new

Various forms of corruption have accompanied humanity throughout time. However, in the last few decades it has increasingly become a public phenomenon. Today, we know that corruption causes massive economic and political damage. In the 1990s, corruption became a global issue and led to numerous international anti-corruption conventions and treaties. Switzerland has ratified three of these, while also steadily developing its domestic anti-corruption laws consistently with these conventions and treaties. Yet, despite these efforts, corruption remains a significant challenge for private undertakings as well as state actors – even more so in the context of technological advancement.

The 101 of data protection in gaming and esports

The 101 of data protection in gaming and esports

For a couple of years now, everyone has been speaking about data protection. With digitalisation, data is increasingly collected through more and more Web 2.0 services and with it, the tremendous value of data has been recognised by different entities. Subsequently, data protection laws worldwide have become more complex in recent years and imposed new obligations on those involved in the processing of data. With the rise of the metaverse and NFTs, the gaming and esports industry has gained importance lately. Given the large amount of data processed through their online activities, these industries are heavily affected by data protection regulations.

Nos expertes

Patrick Balkanyi

Partner and Leader Swiss GAAP FER, Zurich, PwC Switzerland

+41 58 792 26 76

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Bogdan Sutter

Director Advisory, Strategy and Digital Change Expert, Bern, Bern, PwC Switzerland

+41 58 792 77 51

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