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While the Internet of Things (IoT) has been making our personal lives easier for quite some time, Industrial IoT (IIoT) is still in its infancy. All the same, the train is rolling and there’s no stopping digitalisation. Read on to find out how you can harvest data from industrial applications with Bechtle and CloudRail.

Digitalisation has become a mainstay for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Some people may be sick of hearing about it, but the topic of digital transformation is here to stay as it’s more important than ever to leverage modern technologies and new ways of working to drive forward businesses and organisations alike. For large corporations, such a way of thinking is a matter of course, but for smaller, family-run businesses, this can present a real challenge.

The cloud has been the talk of the town since spring 2020 as the global pandemic saw companies turning to the technology in their droves. The fundamental needs of many businesses have changed, which is why their IT infrastructures needed a rethink. Now, cloud services are increasingly taking on the mantel of an in-house data centre while public internet is superseding corporate networks when it comes to provisioning IaaS and SaaS.

The past two years have taken a lot out of us. The new normal has now become our routine way of living. Meeting colleagues? Mostly only online through chat and video calls. Even hiring and goal-setting interviews between employees and managers take place remotely. How can we address these challenges?

In this three part series, my colleagues Michael Stachowski, Florian Vees, and I bring you the most important news about modern work, Azure, and security from Ignite 2021. To conclude this series of blogs, today, we’ll be looking at the Microsoft Azure platform.

Complex, difficult and protracted are terms frequently used to describe integrating and linking up various systems in a company. It’s no surprise really as integration complexity goes up exponentially with the increasing number of on-premise and SaaS (cloud) applications.

Ignite is the annual technology convention where new services and functions for Microsoft Azure are presented. Here are the key updates.

Data protection affects us all - privately and professionally. What data do we want to share? How, where and by whom is it processed? These are questions that concern everyone. Companies must ensure that they protect our data. I explain in the following blog what role legal requirements play in this and how companies should organise themselves when dealing with data protection and information security.

There are various possibilities and starting points to automate business processes—from approving holiday requests and sick leave to approving invoices and highly complex workflows. In principle, pretty much every process can be digitalised. This blog gives you an insight into how easy it is to get started with process automation using some practical examples.

Is your IT far too busy with routine manual tasks? Do you want to know who has access to your company data at all times—and why? Are you worried about your next security audit? Are you frustrated about a lack of data quality? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, please keep on reading.

Numerous businesses are being faced with the challenge of having to keep up with increasing demands while relying on their organically grown, inefficient processes and low levels of automation. The desire for more streamlined IT despite smaller budgets yet greater service and centralisation expectations is increasing the pressure on a growing number of our customers. To support the lift-off of corporate development at the IT end, HanseVision is teaming up with Bechtle to implement the cloud-based IT service management platform, ServiceNow based on SmartNow.

Expectations of IT are rising continuously as a result of the digital transformation. This is reflected above all in the increase in home offices, the continuing growth in e-commerce and the availability of business-critical applications. Find out why it is so important to manage the operation of your datacenter properly in the blog post.

For many small companies—particularly startups such as design stores or the new café on the corner—and for those looking for an affordable, simple network solution, there’s Aruba Instant On. Our blog covers the most important benefits.

The meeting begins. A quick check of the self view and then the small talk can start. “Are you at home or in the office today?”, goes a common first question nowadays. The past few months have indeed been favourable for flexible working, making flexible solutions palatable to companies and employees alike.

New ways of working and increasing digitalisation at work is challenging the data centre as never before. Being able to access valuable company data at any time and from anywhere is not only challenging security systems, but also the data centre as a whole, which must adapt to the new reality in order to avoid bottlenecks and downtime in the future.

Look at the meeting rooms in many companies and you’ll be forgiven for failing to notice any differences compared to five or ten years ago. That’s an issue because they way we work has changed so much and hybrid meetings are here to stay. These days, some people are on-site in the meeting room while others dial in from elsewhere, so if the tech isn’t up to the job of facilitating location-agnostic collaboration, productive hybrid meetings are impossible.

The pressure is growing on IT as they are confronted with ever-increasing volumes of data that need to be managed and a growing list of user demands. Existing infrastructures are creaking under the stress and are often simply not flexible enough to keep up. Dell Technologies offers future-oriented solutions for more security, efficiency and flexibility.

Experience gathered from projects over the last few months has shown that the Mac is gaining a foothold in corporate IT despite old prejudices and myths. The idea that Windows applications have no known counterpart in macOS has long since been proven incorrect. Applications tend to be available for both platforms or are OS-independent as either web-based or as cloud platforms.

Is Industry 4.0 really a big players’ prerogative? What will it take for SMEs to get there faster, too?