Security fences with anti-climbing protection, drone detection, and a quarantine station for hardware: Johannes Krafczyk, Datacenter Innovation Specialist at T-Systems, provides insights into the physical IT security at T-Systems' high-performance data center in Biere near Magdeburg.
Fewer dependencies, more innovations: GAIA-X, the initiative for a European cloud, is taking shape. More than 300 companies are already committed to an independent, European data infrastructure.
New location in productive operation: The Open Telekom Cloud's twin-core data center in Amsterdam offers geo-redundancy, as well as GDPR- and regulatory-compliant data processing. The highly-secure data center is powered 100 percent by renewable energy.
The Open Telekom Cloud can be used by professional secrecy holders within the meaning of § 203 of the German Criminal Code (StGB) for the storage and processing of information requiring special protection. For this purpose, Deutsche Telekom provides an agreement on the protection of secrets in accordance with § 203 StGB.
With the cloud-based software platform from Bonn-based IT provider FORSIT, antigen or PCR tests can be processed almost entirely digitally. The resources for this come from the Open Telekom Cloud – GDPR-compliant, secure, and flexibly expandable.
The Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences relies on a hybrid-cloud model for teaching and research and on Telekom's public cloud offering. The Open Telekom Cloud stands out due to data protection and IT security. The choice was also popular with the students, according to Professor Dr. Lo Iacono.
The Open Telekom Cloud is opening its new twin-core data center in Amsterdam in beta status—and offering its initial customers individual first mover discounts and attractive conditions. With a special focus on science cloud services for teaching and research.
Breaking into systems, tapping into data, and selling it at a high price – companies will have to arm themselves against this popular hacker method in the future as well, despite the demise of Emotet. IT security expert Daniel Fussy reveals the measures and tools that are the most effective and preventive.
Hybrid cloud is a successful model – but companies need to keep an eye on potential stumbling blocks when setting up and operating a hybrid solution. With a uniform hardware and software environment such as in the Open Telekom Cloud, problems can be avoided or eliminated from the outset.
Germany’s Corona-Warn-App is the most used tracing app in the world. The technical infrastructure is provided from data centers in the middle of Germany. This was one of the basic requirements that the German government stipulated to the development partners SAP and Telekom.
The Open Telekom Cloud is a product of T-Systems. Designed under the strict and proven security and data protection standards of Deutsche Telekom. Operated in Europe's most modern high-security data center. T-Systems is exclusively responsible for the operation, service, further development and customer support of the Open Telekom Cloud.
The Privacy Shield is void – that was recently confirmed by the ECJ. This makes it all the more important to protect data in the cloud from governmental access. But very few cloud services can guarantee this beyond any doubt. The Open Telekom Cloud protects data from being accessed by a state.
A new password for each service: The trend to multi-cloud computing can cause the number of user accounts at a company surge higher. The solution? Professional Identity and Access Management (IAM).
The cloud offers companies countless opportunities for cost-effective backup and disaster recovery concepts. But there are big differences: Not every cloud storage is equally suitable for every application purpose. Which storage is best suited to whom depends on the scenario.