Administration des Sozialstaates: Die Technologie muss den Menschen dienen, nicht die Menschen der Technologie (Technology has to serve people, not vice versa)
See English version below Vor einigen Jahren hat ein Kunde aus dem Umfeld des Sozialwesens zu mir gesagt: „Größtmögliche Transparenz über die eingesetzten Geldmittel bei gleichzeitig unbürokratischem und raschem Kundenzugang mit möglichst geringem Verwaltungsaufwand ist ohne Nutzung modernster Prozesse und Technologien nicht möglich.“
Co-Authors: Mario Berger, Dr. Jörg Apsel In order to develop software in a cost efficient way, today many companies outsource their software development departments to e.g. India. Which data will therefore typically be used for tests? Of course copies of the live data. Data Privacy issues will automatically occur and could lead to contraventions of law.
Co-Author: Thomas Baus As the globally leading Cloud providers more and more align their offerings to a common baseline of price and performance, the question is: Does it still matter what features and functions we as an IT service provider can offer? Is it enough to boast about the sheer power of our Cloud solutions?
In 2014, the IT industry is transforming radically and with it our societies, and the business models of our clients: after the main frame age, the client-server age, we are now moving into the cloud age – the age of the always-on, ever-connected, Internet-of-things-driven, network society. I have just spent a few days in the US at the CSC Global Sales Conference and want to share my learning. At CSC, we have developed the concept of the outside-in enterprise to encapsulate that.
Authors: Otto-Sven Gliesche, Dr. Wolf Zimmer, Peter Rehäußer Cloud service providers entered the market with high scalability and functionality at low costs, but not many of them are aware of the increasing need for providing security and customer privacy. But, without any doubt the top concern of users wiling to enter the cloud, is security, last but not at least actually encouraged by the published exposures of espionage and information disclosure.