Increasing data traffic in real time, VoIP, cloud services and essential issues such as "MPLS or Internet VPN", "private or public cloud" are the current driving forces that push digitization ahead. With all-IP networks, high-performance VPN services and the hybrid network strategy, T-Systems provides economical, powerful and secure networks with top-class transmission quality. In future, businesses will no longer resort to a single technology but will rather opt for the ideal combination of services that they can select from a kit of modular services. At CeBIT 2016, T-Systems presents innovative all-IP data and VoIP products, connectivity of multi-cloud environments, services for accelerating applications in WAN traffic and for the Internet-based acceleration of IPsec data transmission on the Internet. Highlights at the T-Systems stand also feature a managed plug-and-play solution for setting up a wireless network and products for voice centralization and IP migration.
Cloud computing is the backbone of digitization. It constitutes the foundation for new business models and innovative services. Live for the first time at CeBIT: the Open Telekom Cloud. As a public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solution, it is the missing piece in the T-Systems cloud infrastructure package puzzle. Simple, secure and affordable public cloud services, operated in the German data center in compliance with German data protection laws. The Open Telekom Cloud is based on OpenStack technology. This means that a large global community (open source) continues to enrich the platform by pooling in with innovations on an on-going basis. By implementing open standards, businesses prevent the risk of dependency in manufacturer-consumer relationships and can safeguard their investment for a digital transformation. Furthermore, T-Systems also presents private cloud solutions as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) model with standardized services – in addition to powerful networks on which these new packages are based: all-IP, high-performance VPN services or hybrid network strategy based on multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) and the Internet. From a package of modular services, businesses can select the ideal combination that is best-suited for their requirements.
Businesses and their mobile employees today demand unlimited ITC solutions: after all, services are required everywhere, at all hours. At the same time, the technology required for these challenges continues to benefit from miniaturization and become more network-based, thereby facilitating new business models and scenarios. At CeBIT, T-Systems presents specific innovations in mobility and collaboration. For instance, wearable devices for the business world. They simplify and accelerate processes while simultaneously increasing overall productivity and reducing costs. Commands for which an employee would normally use a tablet are given today by high-speed fingertip sensors. Thus, access to restricted areas can also be easily managed, thanks to this technology. In an emergency, a smartwatch can even help installation technicians save lives in perilous situations, thanks to sensors that can detect abnormalities in the vital signs. Visitors can also find out more about other innovative solutions, for instance the "Dynamic Workplace" and "Dynamic Services for Collaboration". Come and discover the solutions that T-Systems' "Mobile Enterprise Services" offers for mobilizing the entire corporate workplace and securely integrating it into the corporate IT infrastructure.
More simplicity is the most important point for many companies, while using their analytics solutions. Despite the growing data volumes, they still need to explore the value of their data in an productively, quickly and especially simply manner. The users are tired of “fighting" with these information and require their results user-friendly, inter-divisionally and rapidly. T-Systems shows its Big Data platforms as basis for extensive analyses to handle these challenges at CeBIT. For example with the "Big Data Lab" - the complete offer for beginners to effectively test potential use cases, gain experience whilst always being ready for productive operations later on. Based on two Big Data use cases, "predictive machine maintenance - prevention of unexpected failures" and "holistic view of your customers - contemporary service and marketing concepts based on innovative analytics" it is shown which specific values are drawn of today’s data. Together with its partners, such as SAS, Microsoft (Azure) and Datameer, T-Systems offers an easy entrance for the implementation or development of your individual Big Data strategy. The technical need for analyses is obvious, technologies and data are available. Now it‘s all about: Making Big Data easy.
Technology megatrends such as cloud computing, big data or Industry 4.0 are turning added-value chains in the industry upside down. At CeBIT, T-Systems shows how businesses can keep pace with these developments and successfully transform their business models to meet future challenges. In this regard, the focus is on presenting fascinating application models on various technology platforms of selected and reputed experts from the industry such as Microsoft. Together we lay the foundations for maximum-security digitized industrial processes from the cloud. These technologies make it possible to perfectly link together even the most diverse value chains. To this end, T-Systems, in its capacity as a trusted advisor to the industry, provides excellent conditions, for instance in the form of the maximum-security "National Cloud" service platform from its German data center located in Biere. At our CeBIT stand, the potential of this concept is sure to convince you. Furthermore, specialist IoT experts are available at our Expert Room to discuss innovative concepts and solutions.
Society is changing. Digital media are transforming communication and consumption patterns across large swathes of the population – resulting in completely changed expectations of government offices and their services. T-Systems offers a comprehensive portfolio to public administration bodies to master these challenges: solutions and platforms for digital interaction with residents and businesses, as well as systems for more efficient cross-office collaboration and integrated management processes. T-Systems supports the digitization process from the start: from analysis and consulting to systems integration and high-performance operations – ultra-secure and with years of experience. Stand visitors will experience a selection of proven, yet still highly topical solution approaches under the key word "Digital Government 4.0". In addition, a live check will be available for government representatives to have their existing applications reviewed for compliance with the IT accessibility requirements mandated by E-Government legislation.
Digitization paves the way for innovative, fast and flexible interfaces to suppliers, partners and customers. That's a good thing. What's not so good is that this very advantage of openness and transparency, at the same time, can basically allow intruders to gain unauthorized access to intellectual property and other sensitive information. That is why: only with customized security architecture and effective safeguards that support the transformation can companies proceed with the sustainable implementation of their digital business models. As a strong partner and provider of managed security services, T-Systems presents the required and effective IT security concepts at CeBIT: network security, cyber defense, endpoint security or identity access management – solutions that integrate the highest security standards, from maximum-security data centers, in compliance with German data protection regulations and with top ratings from analysts and experts. Flexible services and solutions, also available from the cloud, with an attractive pricing model that also allow SMEs to achieve the maximum level of security.
Thanks to digitization, IT and telecommunications continue to play an increasingly important role in innovation and economic growth. If, however, the quality in these areas is not up to the mark, the impact can be severe: entire business processes can be blocked temporarily or brought to a complete standstill. To counter this, T-Systems therefore launched its "Zero Outage" quality program in as early as 2011. The goal of the program is to pursue a stringent zero-error strategy and thereby provide maximum availability and customer satisfaction. At CeBIT, visitors can get a hands-on impression of these developments in a one-to-one discussion. For instance an insight into systematic risk management: Different scenarios are examined in advance to determine the occurrence of a risk and the potential impact thereof and are subsequently linked to specific countermeasures for mitigating these risks. This blueprint constitutes the basis for the quality management processes at T-Systems in the areas of IT and telecommunications. The responsible employees carefully monitor each individual area and, if required, take corrective action in programs that are already implemented or focus on continuously optimizing such action programs. By practicing it every single day, our employees have the "Zero Outage" strategy deeply embedded in their corporate culture. Thanks to "Zero Outage", T-Systems has thus achieved maximum availability in ITC services and operations.
Drones that can easily cover relatively large distances independently, futuristic smartphones that can map their surroundings in 3D, or wearable devices with sensor technology that can be integrated into Industry 4.0 scenarios – the digital world can't seem to get enough of these stunning inventions. Nonetheless, it is essential for companies to convert these inventions into profitable revenue in their business world. And that's what our T-Systems Innovation Center is passionate about. At CeBIT, experts show how, in close collaboration with customers, innovations are transformed into commercially viable propositions for digitization. Together, they identify innovation projects and convert them, for instance in design thinking workshops or rapid prototyping projects, into a business success. At the CeBIT stand, selected cases demonstrate vividly to visitors the motto of our Innovation Center: "Innovation for Digitization". Live demos show that these are real solutions, that they are fact not fiction. Our experts at the stand will be glad to have an in-depth discussion and explain the benefits of these innovations. Make sure to book a slot in advance.
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Mobility and collaboration require new, cloud-based communication and workplace concepts.
Secure and powerful networks constitute the basis for optimum ICT and business performance.
Their rising importance for innovation and growth calls for a greater focus on the quality of ICT services.