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The expectations are huge: ‘Digitalisation’ is on everyone’s lips. Transformation is in the air. While some companies are still planning their next move, others are already well on their way.

Technological transformation was the universal theme at this year’s Microsoft Ignite conference, held in the US city of Atlanta.

Bechtle cooperates with venture forum neckar to invest and strategically partner with start-ups. In turn, we benefit from their dynamism and innovative abilities.

Apps to relax and unwind to. Podcasts that speak to your heart and mind. Insider tips and hot trends from the Bechtle idea pool. For you, from us.

Around 500 participants came together at the Exhibition Center Offenburg to find out what's new in the Bechtle and Microsoft world.

In September the Microsoft Ignite took place in Orlando. Bechtle was of course also on site. Niels Ophey focuses on five technologies in his review.

Yes, it still exists! CEBIT has reinvented itself and taken a step towards the future, leaving a few exhibitors and visitors a little bewildered, but meeting a lot of new faces along the way.

Shop smart, work more productively and travel with insider knowledge - we asked Bechtle employees about their favourite apps, blogs and websites.

Some apps and blogs are as vital as morning coffee or remembering your wallet. Here are some Bechtle employees' favourite every day sites.

Marc Elsberg is the keynote speaker at the Bechtle IT Forum NRW on the 7th March 2018.

It’s a familiar cycle, one that’s seen time and again. A new generation of devices sweeps in, displacing the current models.

When the right people gather at the right time in the right place, inspiration runs high and powerful experiences are forged. For the past 13 years, Bechtle’s Competence Days have served as a platform for IT decision-makers from various companies and organisations to meet with experts from throughout the Bechtle Group.

Learning is no longer the prerogative of the biological brain. While working with a variety of neural networks—artificial intelligence modelled on the human brain—British start-up Graphcore set out to show the world in pictures how machines acquire knowledge.

The artist Alex Dragulescu specialises in the visual representation of malware. His tools? The programming codes found in computer viruses, spyware, worms and trojans. The resulting images and animations resemble living organisms – fascinating, beautiful and alive.

He’s seen his fair share of failure and success. Now a popular motivational speaker, former ski racer turned sports analyst Marco Büchel injects his experience as an athlete into the business world.

Digitisation is the quintessential topic shaping the future of IT. There is simply no way around it; companies must face it head on if they want to remain competitive.

The tenth re:publica took place at the beginning of May 2016 in Berlin. Once a kind of school reunion for bloggers, today Germany’s most important conference for anyone who’s got anything to do with the internet.