Podcast

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Best Practice: Speaking for myself
Podcast: CEO Adel Al-Saleh schreibt in eigener Sache
Best Practice: Speaking for myself
Adel Al-Saleh, Member of the Board of Management Deutsche Telekom AG for T-Systems and CEO of T-Systems.
Best Practice: Smart world.
Podcast: Die smarte Welt.
Best Practice: Smart world.
As we moved into a new millennium, everything remotely digital, sustainable, connected and connective became “smart”. Today, Google has recorded two billion instances of the term. A lexical survey of today’s biggest smart themes and where they’re headed.
Best Practice: Smart Company: Everyone is a developer
Podcast: Interview
Best Practice: Smart Company: Everyone is a developer
A future-oriented IT architecture and employees who can create digital innovations independently – to IDC expert Lynn Thorenz, this is the essence of economic success in the digital era.
Best Practice: Setting the example.
Podcast: Vernetzte Stadt
Best Practice: Setting the example.
Berlin, Paris, Cologne, or Karlsruhe: Cities of all sizes are claiming to be smart cities. However, projects worldwide still largely consist of individual solutions. The patchwork, however, could soon be combined into one single system in some cities. Only then will the digitization of the urban ecosystem truly unfold its advantages.
What is urgently needed: Three million people are bustling into the cities every week. This poses huge challenges to urban regions. How to prevent a total traffi c gridlock or bring pollution under control? The smart city aims to solve such problems.
Best Practice: “Programmer are faster than regulators“
Podcast: ERGO: Schadlos von Anfang an.
Best Practice: “Programmer are faster than regulators“
How will digitization impact what we do and who we are twelve years from now? A prescient prediction from Ida Auken, a theologian and Denmark’s former minister for the environment.
Best Practice: A smart world needs smart security
Podcast: Linde
Best Practice: A smart world needs smart security
As our world swiftly becomes more connected, security demands are taking on an entirely new level of importance. To ward off cyber attacks, industrial gas specialist Linde uses Deutsche Telekom’s Cyber Defense and Security Operation Center (SOC) in Bonn.
Best Practice: Driverless transport service for assembley.
Podcast: Magna
Best Practice: Driverless transport service for assembley.
Using driverless transport vehicles to supply vehicle fi tters at assembly stations is not necessarily new in the automotive industry. New, however, will be their future abilities to drive freely through assembly halls, to flexibly accept orders, and to send status data.
Best Practice: Everthing is smart
Podcast: Gastbeitrag
Best Practice: Everthing is smart
More brash than astute, more social than brainy, more casual than intelligent: “smart” is hard to nail down as a term.
Best Practice: “We‘re getting there“
Podcast: CIO Talk
Best Practice: “We‘re getting there“
North Rhine-Westphalia’s CIO Hartmut Beuß has a conversation with T-Systems Account Executive Guido Hollasch on the digitization offensive in the country, the need for standardization instead of ‘small, small,’ and having the confidence that the way through the “chicken ladders” does not always have to be analogous.

Podcasts explained

Podcast is the name given to a series of media content you can subscribe to via a web feed. They are generally audio files such as radio recordings.
Podcasts can inform users on a wide range of topics. The content is prepared and bundled around specialized areas of knowledge.
In our podcast we focus on digitization. The individual installments look at best practices from a range of sectors and how different innovative technologies are being used.
The T-Systems podcast is published on this website and on iTunes. Here is an overview of all the installments. You can also download the podcasts from the T-Systems website. New installments are also announced on T-Systems social media pages such as Facebook and Twitter.
You can subscribe to the T-Systems podcast on the website or iTunes. You can use the links above or the podcast directory on the iTunes store to reach the iTunes overview. By subscribing on the T-Systems website or iTunes you will automatically be notified when new podcasts are released.
Apple also offers a podcast app for iOS allowing iPhone, iPad or iPod users to listen or subscribe to new podcasts whenever they want.
The installments on digitization are released in German and English.
The T-Systems podcast is produced and published for free.