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CeBIT 2014: Highlights & more
Encrypting data for the cloud
Central management of multi-cloud use
No compromises on the way to zero outage
Encrypted cell phone calls and data-sharing
Relaxed traveling with the smart bag
Private cloud for operating apps
Corporate customer solutions for Germany's SMEs
Suitcase Transport 2.0
„In today's world, zero distance to the customer is the biggest growth driver for companies, achieved by focusing on disruptive technologies such as the cloud, collaboration and mobility. At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems is demonstrating the emergence of new business models for corporate customers, through to SMEs and small business concerns – simply 100% business. We guide our business customers through the increasingly complex connected world and transform their IT by taking it to the cloud with scalable, dynamic provisioning models in order to reap additional growth. What is more, this is fully integrated in a comprehensive security concept.“
Reinhard Clemens, CEO T-Systems
Whether it’s answering emails on the go, updating calendars, accessing CRM data or editing documents, more people than ever are working on mobile devices. Which makes it all the more surprising that over 50 percent of German companies have no mobile business strategy, according to IDC.* This leads to security vulnerabilities, increased administrative effort, and unproductive employees.
At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems will demonstrate how mobile technology can transform your business. The first step is to identify the processes to be mobilized. Then the corresponding cell phones and tablets are integrated into the existing IT landscape by means of a defined mobile device management strategy. Mobile middleware cuts through the complexity of managing multiple devices, operating systems, apps and back-end software. Once the infrastructure is in place, you can move onto the implementation of mobile apps. T-Systems AppFactory services help you create apps for business processes, sales channels, and customer support – from the initial concept through to go-live. Applications that are already in use can be adapted to run on mobile devices. And no matter what the solution, you can be sure of bulletproof security. All in all, T-Systems provides end-to-end answers to your needs.
Come and talk to us at CeBIT 2014, or book an appointment in advance with one of our mobile technology experts.
Source: IDC (March 2013)
Preparing a heterogeneous, legacy IT landscape for the cloud may seem a daunting task. Enterprises anticipate difficulties integrating cloud resources with in-house solutions, and see their process chains in jeopardy. But such fears are unfounded. In fact, as the 2013 BMP Report reveals, 81 percent of German companies today regard cloud computing as key to process optimization.*
At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems will show and explain how to best achieve a smooth transition to cloud computing. Step by step, the complexity of legacy IT must be reduced. This lays the foundations for enhanced flexibility, which plays an essential role in optimizing integration. Seamless meshing of existing IT with cloud-based services is also critical. Once this is accomplished, scalable cloud resources enable the IT organization to rapidly provide support for new business ideas. It can start by implementing small-scale solutions, extending them in line with evolving requirements. Data is exchanged via encrypted connections to highly secure cloud data centers with built-in redundancies.
Source: 2013 BPM report
The world of work is changing. Interdisciplinary teamwork and virtual projects are becoming more and more commonplace. Collaboration tools – including video chatting, in-house social networks and document sharing – help to bridge the distance between team members. They make information accessible from any location, accelerate coordination processes, and shrink time-to-market for new products. But for this to happen, the technical prerequisites must first be put in place.
At this year’s CeBIT, T-Systems will describe how this transformation can be accomplished. The first item to be addressed is the integration of heterogeneous IT platforms – including voice and video – using IP. In addition, applications and data must be provided from a central point via a cloud. This way, services become scalable and can grow and evolve with the business and its imperatives.
However, this demands a private cloud with adequate security – able to fulfil all relevant compliance and data protection requirements. All functionality can then be made available quickly and securely to users anywhere, via any device. Because ultimately, a completely smooth and efficient workflow depends on truly seamless interactions.
According to a survey by Bitkom, Germany’s leading IT industry association, one in three of the country’s employees is already using their smartphone or tablet to pull up company data. But less than a third have received clearly-defined policies governing the use of mobile technology. Moreover, businesses rarely have effective mechanisms in place to shield information and apps on these devices from hackers and theft. At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems will be showcasing SiMKo3, a microkernel solution developed to safeguard road warrior hardware and software. An integrated smart card encrypts all data, including voice communications. Sensitive corporate information can only be accessed via the embedded microkernel. In addition, SiMKo3 supports two separate desktop environments – one for public resources, such as social media, and the other for secure access to the corporate environment.
Your personal contact: DennisBenjamin.Denecke@t-systems.com
Source: Bitkom survey 2013Learn more
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTCloud-based middleware for mobile devices
“Why can’t I access sales figures from my cell phone? Surely there’s an app for that?” Business users’ seemingly simple requests often cause complex, expensive problems for IT departments. Standard interfaces often fall short of requirements when faced with the sheer volume of apps and company-specific back-end systems. At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems will be showcasing middleware designed to overcome interoperability hurdles between on-the-road hardware and corporate infrastructure. The deployment of just thee apps is enough to make implementation a worthwhile investment. The middleware resides in a managed cloud, performing maintenance and updates, as and when required. The result is enhanced reliability and bulletproof security. In addition, it ensures rapid transmission of data from the mobile device to the back-end system, with minimal latency.
Your personal contact: DennisBenjamin.Denecke@t-systems.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTExperience big data with Lego® models
Retailers are already leveraging big data to automatically modify prices. To do this, they need to be able to analyze huge volumes of data in record time. And big data is playing an ever-greater role in manufacturing, too. At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems and its partner Empolis Information Management will be simulating an industrial plant: with Lego® robots loading and transporting goods. Sensors in the system will capture up to 2,000 data points per second, and transmit these to a big data cloud. Real-time forecasts can initiate trouble-shooting processes even before a failure has occurred. This technology paves the way for entirely new service models based on availability. But of course, errors can be simulated to test the machine’s response…Learn more
Your personal contact: Christian.Wirth@t-systems.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTOn-demand SAP HANA from the cloud
Business Warehouse users are increasingly deploying SAP HANA to support rapid processing of large volumes of data. But up until now, this involved high investments. T-Systems, one of SAP’s first certified partners, delivers a dynamic hosting service for SAP HANA. This enables major corporations to flexibly analyze large volumes of structured data in real time and gain experience of big data. For example, cash flows can be optimized automatically within just a few minutes. What’s more, pricing is transparent and based on a pay-per-use model. The cloud solution also delivers improved service levels for customers: with no downtime during the maintenance or upgrade of central components.Learn more
Your personal contact: Christian.Wirth@t-systems.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTCloud Integration Center
Business requirements are changing more rapidly than ever. Users expect quicker, more flexible access to their applications. And when the IT department can’t keep up with their demands, employees increasingly take matters into their own hands. The Cloud Integration Center provisions preconfigured, tested and approved standard applications in line with business-user needs – securely and reliably. At CeBIT 2014,
T-Systemswill showcase the cloud-based platform in the shape of a live demo. Even home-grown software can be migrated to the Cloud Integration Center. And because each application is fully scalable, customers benefit from lower costs, paying only for the resources they actually use.
Your personal contact: Michael.Pauly@t-systems.com
Source: BPM report, 2013Learn more
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTWorkplace services via a private cloud
Rapid, flexible provisioning of desktop services – for greater responsiveness to changing business imperatives. T-Systems will be showcasing its new Dynamic Workplace, delivered via a private cloud, at CeBIT 2014. This offering draws on T-Systems’ in-depth experience of managing desktop environments for more than 1.5 million users. Workplace services are provisioned securely and reliably, completely independently from the hardware device. The Dynamic Workplace is a modular offering, with services and applications that can be tailored to user needs and preferences. This desktop-as-a-service ensures anywhere, anytime access to data and applications, including a range of solutions that support effective teamwork. It allows IT decision makers to consolidate and harmonize their infrastructure, and prepare their systems for future challenges – while reducing costs.Learn more
Your personal contact: Rainer.Oude-Hengel@t-systems.com
Over 20 million items of luggage are lost during air travel every year. The side effects? Angry passengers and approximately two billion euros in additional costs for airlines. The solution? BAG2GO, developed by T-Systems in collaboration with Airbus and suitcase manufacturer Rimowa. Thanks to its integrated SIM card, communications module and display, this case can be tracked and traced from start to finish. All relevant travel information is transmitted to the case before the start of the journey. BAG2GO can be clearly linked to the passenger – there’s no need for them to travel together. Collaboration with logistics partners enables door-to-door shipping, improving the travel experience. Airlines can cut fuel consumption and are free to put their aircraft’s cargo space to more profitable use.Learn more
Your contact: email@example.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTConnected car
Only four years after a new car has been purchased, 30 percent of maintenance work is carried out by independent shops. To ensure long-term customer loyalty, dealerships need to offer an attractive price – and added value. T-Systems’ retrofit solution for vehicle management enables exactly that. An in-car adapter captures data from on-board diagnostics equipment and transfers it to a cloud-based back-end. This, in turn, can be integrated with a variety of CRM and DMS systems. The owner receives the information displayed in a user-friendly format on their smartphone. And dealers and repair shops are regularly updated on the condition of the vehicle, enabling them to contact the customer when they become aware of a problem. They can also manage their workload more effectively.Learn more
Your personal contact: Philipp.Merlitz@t-systems.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTMobile shopping solution
You still have work to do, but the day is rapidly drawing to a close. You need to get to the supermarket, the bakery, and the drug store. You’d get more done, and have an easier life, if you could order everything via a smartphone app and have it delivered. Deutsche Telekom’s new mobile shopping solution makes this idea a reality. Business organizations can now join forces with major retailers to create an online department store for employees. The staff benefits from a convenient service that improves their work/life balance – and retailers and brands can open up additional sales and marketing channels.Learn more
Your personal contact: Daniel.Optendrenk@t-systems.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTCyber Security Services
Organized hacker attacks are on the rise: a quarter of all businesses expect at least one per week. And that’s only the known cases – the real figure is far higher. These offensives are designed to damage businesses, to enable cyber espionage and blackmail.
At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems will be showcasing its modular Cyber Security Services and highlighting the core activities of business IT protection: from analyzing potential threats, to developing a crisis management solution, to operating security systems.
T-Systems also offers Advanced Cyber Defense (ACD), tailored to the specific imperatives of major corporations. Within ACD, the Security Operations Center (SOC) plays a key role, uniting IT experts to track down and resolve security incidents 24/7.
Your personal contact: Ulrich.Lessmann@t-systems.com
Source: Cyber Security Report 2013, Deutsche Telekom/T-SystemsLearn more
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTClean Pipe
A single successful cyber attack on the IT infrastructure of a mid-size business will typically wreak 68,000 euros’ worth of damage. But these enterprises rarely have the in-house resources or expertise to arm themselves against this threat. With this target group in mind, Deutsche Telekom has launched Clean Pipe, a new service that provides SMEs and government agencies with base-level protection against cybercrime. The IT security offering identifies and neutralizes malware, such as email viruses and website trojans, according to pre-defined criteria. Customers pay a fixed monthly fee for each business site, giving them the same levels of security as a major corporation, but without having to maintain their own dedicated manpower or commit to major capital expenditure.
Your personal contact: Daniel.Optendrenk@t-systems.com
Source: Kaspersky, Global IT Security Risks Survey, 2013
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTCloud services for Rhineland-Palatinate
German e-government legislation will require a major overhaul of the IT landscape in the country’s public sector. For example, there is an urgent need to digitize and streamline communication with citizens. At CeBIT 2014, T-Systems and the Landesbetrieb Daten und Information of Rhineland-Palatinate (LDI) will demonstrate how best to implement these changes, despite cost pressures and staff shortages. The solution is cloud-based, delivering scalable, on-demand IT resources.
A major imperative behind this service is security. T-Systems therefore provides the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate with the required resources from a certified, fully redundant data center. Data is encrypted for transmission. And data never leaves German territory. Guaranteed.Public Partner Stands
Your personal contact: Catrin.Braun@t-systems.com
CeBIT HIGHLIGHTTelematics solutions for CLAAS (Industry 4.0)
For decades, farmers have struggled with falling profit margins. The answer is to increase productivity. Against this background, T-Systems has created a telematics solution for agricultural equipment manufacturer CLAAS that improves the efficiency of harvesting.
Sensors in connected vehicles capture data and transmit it to a central platform. The platform analyzes metrics such as grain moisture content and yield per hectare, and returns the findings as actionable information. For example, a combine harvester can accurately predict when its grain hopper will be full, and can identify the location of the nearest tractor for transferring the load. Coordinated operations of this kind save time and fuel. And they prevent damage to fields and crops by minimizing vehicle movements.
Your contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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