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ZSG relies on a Desktop-as-a-Service solution provided by Bechtle, who upgraded ZSG’s entire network as well as both shore-side and on-board devices.

With a complete solution from Fujitsu, Bechtle implemented a high-performance and sustainable server and storage architecture for the Harrer engineering office.

Innovations faster than ever - Bechtle's CAD specialists offer software solutions for digital product development and manufacturing.

The workplace of the future has long been at the forefront of peoples’ minds. A fact that was clear to see at the Funkschau Digital Workplace Forum.

Last week, it-sa, Europe's largest IT security trade fair, took place in Nuremberg. Also present: Bechtle. At its own stand and as a partner with many manufacturers and service providers such as Checkpoint, Palo Alto Networks, Bomgar or Mimecast.

IT Business Architect Sonja Audorf gives us an insight into her transformation project experiences with SMEs.

Data theft, the dark net and malware are just few aspects of cybercrime that pose a threat in the digital world and raise the questions.

IT infrastructure components generally need replacing every five to ten years. This can be for a variety of reasons—to increase throughput or storage capacities, security, flexibility or functionality, for example.

As a multi cloud service provider, Bechtle brings together solutions from various vendors, consolidated into a single customer account that also offers access to other Bechtle cloud services—and all with just one invoice at the end of the month.

Modern data centre systems are the backbone of IT infrastructures. Virtualisation and automated management increase the flexibility of networks, servers and storage.

Everybody knows Wi-Fi, everybody has Wi-Fi. And yet the business potential is great. Lars Hartmann, Sales Director Germany at Aruba, in an interview about loaction based services and the working world of the future.

The aOS community brings together Microsoft experts from all over the globe. Experts and enthusiasts from Ireland, France and the USA united to explore the topics of modern collaboration at the aOS event in Aachen.

Everyone needs office applications for staff. Many people have CRM systems for marketing and sales. But what about the tools and flexible capacities for the IT department? Perhaps you could do better there.

If you think about future-oriented IT infrastructures today, you cannot ignore cloud services. Getting into it is very simple.

The trained Bechtle IT business architects mediate between management and IT. What does this actually mean? Insights into a customer project with Steffen Eisenhut and Peter Morwinski.

The nine-to-five job is past its expiry date. Today, productivity is no longer limited to office hours. Modern businesses run on laptops, tablets and smartphones—from trains, roof-top gardens and airport lounges. But that doesn’t mean the office or home office are condemned to the past.

Cloud computing and collaboration are becoming increasingly important topics for companies to consider.

What do a compass, a signpost, a satnav and a map have in common? They help you to orientate yourself, show you the way and guide you to your goal.

3D digital maps and virtual tours open up many exciting possibilities. The only question is, what to do with the vast quantities of data?

If you're thinking of taking the plunge into cloud computing, don't dive in without proper preparation. Franz Winkler, an IT business architect at the lead Competence Centre for virtualisation, run by the Bechtle IT System House Munich, explains what needs to be considered.