A dynamic infrastructure brings customers closer, supports new business processes and gives departments the IT resources and solutions they need, quickly and flexibly. The basic steps leading to such an infrastructure include transforming legacy IT systems into dynamic provision systems, consolidating all relevant applications and providing secure broadband links to cloud computing services.
Taking IT systems into the cloud
- Scalable, flexible IT resources via cloud computing
- Provision depends on the business situation or requirements of the department involved
- Dynamic business applications across any operating systems and terminal devices (SAP)
- Mobile device management from the cloud makes "Bring your own Device" possible
- Extremely high storage and computing performance for big-data analyses in minutes
- Interface for video conferencing, across different protocols and hardware platforms
- Provision via redundant data centers (TwinCore) and pathways
- Data security via encrypted transmission i.e. by using IP-VPN tunnels
- Transparent in terms of both cost and use – and no high investments are required
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