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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.
Reduce fears and communicate benefits: In the new video Max Guhl from the A.I. team explains what you need to consider when planning to successfully implement artificial intelligence in your company.
Citizens and companies should be able to communicate with the public administration more quickly and efficiently. The Online Access Act is intended to ensure this with digitalized processes. How this works and why the public cloud is a building block for a flexible IT infrastructure for the federal, state, and local governments.
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.
Whether in accounting, human resources, or customer service: Max Guhl from the A.I. team explains in the new video how artificial intelligence also actively supports companies with internal topics.
What do optimal routes, MRI scans, and energy supply have in common? In all of them, artificial intelligence now plays a key role in the background. In the video, Ralf Hülsmann from T-Systems explains how AI influences many areas of our lives – without us noticing.
At the beginning of March, the new Open Telekom Cloud twin-core data center in Amsterdam went live as a beta version. Prior to this, T-Systems tested the resources in a maximum load test – and in doing so contributed to COVID-19 research.
One in three retail companies in the DACH (German-speaking) region is already using artificial intelligence. For what exactly? In the video, Ralf Hülsmann from the A.I.-Team at T-Systems explains why AI can be an important link in the logistics chain, how it helps prevent theft, and what customers get out of it.