• t-systems.automotiveIT

    T-Systems to offer more SAP Hana cloud solutions


    T-Systems is expanding its partnership with SAP to make it easier for customers to try out the business software maker's SAP Hana in-memory database products before full-scale implementation. The business services division of Germany's Deutsche Telekom said customers can conduct "proof of concept" deployments of SAP Hana to see what ...

  • spreitzer.t-systems.automotiveIT

    automotiveIT Congress: T-Systems exec says digital transformation is a must


    T-Systems executive Spreitzer says social media need to be integrated in CRM (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER - Companies have no option but to embrace new digital technologies, a senior T-Systems executive said at the automotiveIT Congress on Thursday. "Transform or Die" was the title of a presentation by Thomas ...

  • rinspeed.automotiveIT

    Rinspeed to show infotainment for autonomous driving in Geneva


    In the Rinspeed concept vehicle, passengers and drivers are the focus (Photo: Rinspeed) Taking the advent of autonomous driving for granted, Rinspeed sees new opportunities for in-car infotainment functions. At the Geneva auto show in March, the Swiss concept-car specialist will unveil a vision of a vehicle designed to ...

  • big data t-systems.automotiveIT

    T-Systems, Cloudera to offer cloud-based analytics-as-a-service


    Big data analytics is a becoming a key offering for T-Systems (Photo: T-Systems) T-Systems has entered into a cooperation with US-based Cloudera to boost its offering of big data analytics. The business services arm of Germany's Deutsche Telekom said it will deliver cloud-based data analytics solutions based on Cloudera's ...

  • telekom mauch.automotiveIT

    automotiveIT Congress: T-Systems executive urges close customer ties


    Luz Mauch, T-Systems (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER - Â A senior T-Systems executive on Thursday said companies should adopt scaleable and secure cloud computing and mobile-collaboration solutions if they want to deal with today's business challenges. "Data should be accessible everywhere in the world, for customers and employees - ...

  • cloud telekom.automotiveIT

    T-Systems projects 1 billion euros cloud revenue by 2015


    Like most IT service providers, T-Systems is selling more cloud services (Photo: Telekom) T-Systems expects to generate about 1 billion euros in annual revenue from cloud-based services by 2015, up 2.5 times from last year. The expected sales represent about one-seventh of total revenue at the business services division ...

  • cloud telekom.automotiveIT

    AutoScout24 uses new T-Systems/VMware cloud offering


    Like most IT service providers, T-Systems wants to offer more Cloud services (Photo: Telekom) AutoScout24 is the first customer to use a new cloud-based product offering from Germany's T-Systems and US-based VMWare. The two companies announced in June that they would jointly offer customers a flexible data-center service that would ...

  • bmw-telekom.automotiveIT

    50,000 German BMW employees get Telekom sim cards


    More than 50,000 German BMW employees will get Deutsche Telekom sim cards for their business-related mobile communications, the German telecommunications group said. The two companies signed an agreement that runs through the end of 2019 and plan to expand the cooperation to other countries. Telekom said it will integrate the ...

  • cloud telekom.automotiveIT

    T-Systems to offer new VMware Cloud solution


    Like most IT service providers, T-Systems wants to offer more Cloud services (Photo: Telekom) Germany's T-Systems and VMware are joining forces to provide customers with an easier and faster way to access Cloud-based services. T-Systems, the business services division of German telecommunications group Deutsche Telekom, will offer a new VMware ...

  • LG smartphone.automotiveIT

    Survey finds more licensing issues as Cloud and App use grows


    Licensing issues are on the rise as business use of smartphones increases (Photo: LG) Many companies aren't fully prepared to deal effectively with licensing issues related to Cloud computing and mobile smartphone apps, according to a management survey. The poll, carried out in Germany, Austria and Switzerland by IT consultancy ...