GET CLOSE TO ZERO DISTANCE WITH T-SYSTEMS AT CEBIT 2014
Traditional companies need to transform their IT in line with the cloud, mobility etc. Flexible and secure solutions are in demand.
Get closer to your customers – and make your business faster and simpler, all at the same time. Companies such as Zalando and Yihaodian are showing how it works. Yihaodian, for example, is an eCommerce pioneer who operates virtual supermarkets in over 1,000 public spaces. Zero Distance to the customer is the short path to greater success. Needless to say, it all begins with dynamic, high-performance IT systems. Traditional-style companies that are afraid to change their "old school" ways thus run the risk of missing out on the new opportunities. Businesses that are serious about customers need to get serious about transforming their IT systems – and moving into the cloud, the world of cloud-based computing, collaboration, mobility and much more. At CeBIT we show examples of start-ups and corporations that are using T-Systems' solutions to take this major step. Let us show you the breadth of the available solutions, including virtualization solutions, cloud transformation services, future-workplace concepts and big-data systems.
Security plays an especially important role. The sophistication of cyberattacks keeps growing, thereby increasing risks such as interception of communications and losses of intellectual property. Such new security threats have to be answered with new end-to-endsecurity strategies. And this needs to happen even as businesses are seeking to make their IT systems faster and more flexible.
The BAG2GO will be one of the Zero Distance "hands-on" experiences on display at CeBIT. BAG2GO, an "intelligent" suitcase developed by Airbus, RIMOWA and T-Systems, "knows" where it is, can travel alone and can even help you pack. It makes lost baggage a thing of the past. And, by helping to make baggage handling more efficient, it can make loading of aircraft more efficient as well, thereby ultimately helping to reduce aircraft fuel consumption.
Experience these and other examples from T-Systems at the Deutsche Telekom stand at CeBIT 2014 (March 10 to 14), in hall 4.