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Portait Adel Al-Saleh
Editorial

Adel Al-Saleh, Member of the Board of Management Deutsche Telekom AG for T-Systems and CEO of T-Systems: “Speaking for myself”

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Patchwork is being replaced by one big concept

NETWORKED CITY. The examples of Hamburg, Bonn, and Monheim show how different metropolises, medium-sized towns, and smaller municipalities will double the “smart city market volume” to 43 billion euros by 2022 in Germany alone.

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Secure network with double bottom

LINDE. The Munich-based global company has placed its worldwide network infrastructure under the protection of the new Cyber Defense and Security Operation Center (SOC) of Deutsche Telekom.

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Staying in the same lane is a thing of the past

MAGNA. The vehicle manufacturer and supplier supports the production lines of its plant in Graz with driverless transport systems that move freely through the assembly halls.

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German state North Rhine-Westphalia

CIO-TALK. Hartmut Beuß, CIO of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, will, instead of the originally planned 14 years, have just 7 years and merely 120,000 computer workstations to complete the digitization of the state administration. Despite this immense challenge, he promises: “We’re getting there.”

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Maximum reliability

FUJITSU. The computer manufacturer is driving the end-to-end digitization of its German production facility with smart micro-services for its audiovisual headset technologies.

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The customer as co-creator

VAUDISX. With 26 locations and 2,000 employees, Autohaus Wolfsburg is one of the partners that T-Systems is working with to further develop its Dealer Management System for the car trade.

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Safe from the start

OPEN TELEKOM CLOUD. Just five startups provide a handful of good reasons why they rely on “Made in Germany” quality when purchasing public cloud services.

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Accelerated business processes

DOCUMENTUS. The specialist for file and data carrier destruction with 50,000 customers is starting to use DocuSign electronic signature technology in sales.

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