01.06.2022 By Marcus Peters
What do blockchain, DAOs and the metaverse have to do with my digitalisation agenda? Should I look into web3, cryptocurrencies and NFTs? What are DAOs and what is the point of the metaverse? After having delved into the depths of the Internet, in this blog post I aim to put important terms of these trending topics into the corporate context.
30.03.2022 By Stephen Lorenzen, Georg Benhöfer and Lars Zimmermann
Sustainability, price pressure and new technologies – these are the three concerns that are permeating the energy sector. Using new technologies is essential to addressing these three challenges equally. Cloud computing is an interesting technology in this regard. In our blog post, we will show you the potential that cloud computing can unlock for the energy sector.
09.02.2022 By Marwah Al Shwaiki
Although S/4HANA Embedded Analytics and BW/4HANA address different reporting requirements, both solutions complement each other and can be fully integrated. In my blog post, I will show you where the exact differences lie and explain why having more options means having more possibilities at the same time.
09.11.2021 By Corinna John
How many kilometres of travel need to be saved to make a video conference ‘greener’ than a meeting or, in the end, isn't operating remotely generally much more resource-intensive than working traditionally on site? In my blog post, I introduce you to the Green Cloud Computing methodology and use the ‘video conference’ example calculation to answer the question of whether it is more environmentally friendly to attend a meeting on site or remotely from home.
28.09.2021 By Viktoria Düngfelder
Dark patterns are interface designs specifically designed to deceive. They trick users into performing certain actions that they did not intend and that may be contrary to their interests. In this blog post, I demonstrate the power of UX design.
03.08.2021 By Marcus Peters
In the context of cloud strategies, terms such as cloud native, multi-cloud and cloud agnostic are often used. In my blog post, I classify these terms and show the consequences for companies.
Agile approaches are now very widely accepted. Scrum is often used as a framework and fixed events (meetings) are specified, among other things. Projects in the insurance industry often employ an agile approach, too. Despite that, employees and stakeholders sometimes harbour prejudices. I used to be project controller in a previous life, during which time I was involved in an agile project and was confronted with prejudices at the beginning. In my blog post, I would like to talk about prejudices and my own practical experiences regarding agile approaches based on Scrum.
10.06.2021 By Tarik Kilinc
Is personalisation on the Internet a topic of the future? Actually, it’s already a major topic now and is set to become even more important in the future! In this blog post, I will describe how you can profit from AI-powered personal communication and set your business and its products and services apart from the competition.
18.05.2021 By Arman Kohli
Digitalisation, transformation and agility are appearing on many organisations’ agendas more and more. But quite a number of these organisations aren’t sure what digitalisation means for them. In my blog post, I present the strategy requirements, the various fields of action and the success factors needed to ensure that an organisation’s transformation project succeeds.