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    Ford CEO Alan Mulally to speak at CeBIT fair


    Alan Mulally spoke at the CES in Las VegasAlan Mulally, keen to underline the importance of information technology for the auto industry, will speak at the CeBIT high-tech fair in Hanover in March.The Ford CEO will give a keynote address as part of the CeBIT Global Conferences program.Earlier this month, ...

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    IDC: Cloud computing to go mainstream in 2011


    Cloud services,mobile computing and social networking will converge to become a mainstream IT platform in 2011, according to market researchers IDC."In 2011, we expect to see these transformative technologies make the critical transition from early adopter status to early mainstream adoption," said Frank Gens, senior vice president and chief analyst ...

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    Up in the air: cloud computing and the auto industry


    Cloud computing is a work in progress in the global auto industryCloud computing is catching on quickly, but adoption of the new technology in the car industry still faces many hurdles.Most companies see the opportunities for cost savings and improved efficiency resulting from the use of  an external service ...

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    German IT Association sees 1.4 pc growth in 2010


    The German IT and telecommunications market is set to grow 1.4 percent to 141.6 billion euros this year, according to the industry association, BITKOM.The projection marks a change from just six months ago, when the association expected sales for the year to remain flat."The high-tech market is picking up strongly," ...

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    CeBIT trade show with focus on cloud


    The annual CeBIT digital trade fair will have as one of its themes “Work and Life with the Cloud.” The fair will take place March 1 through March 5, 2011, in Hanover, Germany.Few IT issues are as hotly debated. “Cloud computing is on its way to revolutionize the entire IT ...

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    Interview: Brose’s Christian Ley keeps a lot of IT in-house


    Mr. Ley, the demand for Brose products has fallen sharply in the course of the massive decline in global automotive production. How did you deal with this situation after years of expansion?The fact that Brose is a family company with a long-term orientation helped us a great deal. Our shareholders ...

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    Interview: Microsoft executive sees “dominant role” for cloud computing in auto industry


    Caglayan Arkan is in charge of Microsoft’s activities in the manufacturing and resources industries. In that role, he is also responsible for the software maker’s automotive business. He spoke this summer to automotiveIT’s Ralf Bretting about cloud computing, Microsoft’s automotive platform and the company’s ambitions in the automotive field. Microsoft ...

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    VW CIO Mühleck: more cloud computing throughout the company


    Klaus Hardy Mühleck is Volkswagen Group’s CIO. He spoke recently with automotiveIT about the role of corporate IT, technology hype and cloud computing.Mr. Mühleck, what is the importance of corporate IT to Volkswagen.Without IT, it would be impossible today to develop a car, control manufacturing or service a customer. Volkswagen ...