Cyber-sécurité : la France dans le peloton de tête d’un marché atypique

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Cyber-sécurité : la France dans le peloton de tête d’un marché atypique

Posted on October 17, 2019

La France est devenue l’un des pays plus avancés au niveau mondial en cyber-sécurité. D’une part, parce que le numérique est au cœur de la chaîne de valeur de la plupart des entreprises et administrations et que les princi...

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HPE addresses OT with solutions that help monetize edge data

Posted on January 25, 2019

I recently attended the opening event of HPE’s IoT Innovation Lab in Geneva, Switzerland (which is 1 of 4 global labs), where I had the opportunity to talk to HPE executives and take a closer look at some interesting OT examples showcased in the lab. But, before sharing them with you in this blog post, I would like to present some of my ...

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IBM and BNP Paribas renew their vows

Posted on January 23, 2019

IBM yesterday announced what it claims is ‘one of the largest cloud deals in Europe’ - an eight-year contract extension that makes it the premier cloud partner for BNP Paribas, itself one of the world’s top 10 largest banks.

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 9/10 IoT security and ICS security (industrial control systems)

Posted on January 23, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) brings completely new risks. To enable new services and business models, manufacturing companies are creating new points of access for the data pools of machinery. However, this trend towards opening up is not a process limited to the manufacturing industry. Comparable developments can be observed in almost all ...

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NEC buys KMD to fuel European services ambitions

Posted on January 22, 2019

NEC has joined the growing line of Japanese technology giants to launch an M&A offensive on the European software and IT services market, agreeing a DKR8bn (€1bn) deal for Denmark’s KMD.

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teknowlogy´s top IT trends for 2019 – 8/10 Edge computing

Posted on January 22, 2019

Edge computing supplements the centralized cloud computing approach with a decentralized component. While cloud computing provides all functions from a central data center, edge computing shifts data processing to the edge of an IoT installation. Learn more about teknolowgy´s view on this IT trend for 2019.

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 7/10 Multi-clouds and migration to the public cloud

Posted on January 21, 2019

There has been a noticeable increase in migration rates to the public cloud in recent months. And we are no longer just talking about development and test projects in which the storage and computing resources required from the cloud are ramped up and dialed down again as needed. Increasingly, productive applications such as SAP workloads ...

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Vodafone and IBM - A New Hope

Posted on January 18, 2019

IBM and Vodafone yesterday announced that they are creating a collaborative venture that will go operational in 1H 2019 to develop, sell and deliver integrated connectivity and multicloud solutions, enabling enterprises to more easily embrace new technologies such SDN, 5G, AI, IoT, Blockchain and Edge Computing.  

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 6/10 Open technology-based ecosystems

Posted on January 18, 2019

As digitalization progresses, a new trend towards openness has emerged, manifesting itself in topics such as open data, open innovation, and open API. 

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 5/10 Robotic process automation

Posted on January 17, 2019

Robotic process automation (RPA), as the name implies, is aimed at automating back-end and business processes. Software agents are implemented that can work like humans – but faster and without making errors. Read blog number five of our series and learn more about why this trend will have great impact in 2019.

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Les 10 concepts qui feront buzzer l'IT en 2019

Posted on January 16, 2019

2019 sera l’année où l’on se pose les questions fondamentales. Au sens propre, d'ailleurs : quelles sont les fondations nécessaires pour mettre en œuvre de façon pérenne les programmes de transformation numérique ?

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 4/10 Artificial intelligence

Posted on January 16, 2019

A niche technology up to now, artificial intelligence (AI) is on the verge of widespread use in business. This will result in new, rewarding fields of application, such as in the optimization of operations (operational excellence), customer support (contact center), and customer experience, by integrating AI into relevant enterprise ...

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 3/10 Platform-based software development and low-code development

Posted on January 14, 2019

Projects are almost always driven by agile development methods and PaaS services, which are available on current cloud platforms. Most of these cloud-based development platforms also integrate DevOps tools that enable agile project teams to manage the entire life cycle of the software, from design through development and testing to ...

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teknowlogy unveils its "AI vendors of tomorrow - fundamentals" mappings

Posted on January 14, 2019

teknowlogy has carried out a major study on the artificial intelligence players on a global scale. We first listed some 3500 start-ups and SMEs which are software vendors and claim to offer artificial intelligence solutions. We analysed them closely (skills, financing, technical details...), and finally selected about 600 of them that seem ...

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teknowlogy´s top IT trends for 2019 – 2/10 Virtual data platforms

Posted on January 11, 2019

If processes are to be aligned to customer requirements more efficiently and with greater agility, then data from different silos must be integrated. Only then are comprehensive analyses and correlations of different data possible. In our opinion, a possible approach to solving this problem is the use of a virtual, shared data platform ...

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 1/10 Business Innovation Architecture

Posted on January 11, 2019

A very important trend for the coming year is actually a classic one, but under a new guise: modern, intelligent IT architectures – a concept teknowlogy refers to as "Business Innovation Architecture (BIA)". The need for a new type of architecture arises from the requirement for rapid and continuous change.

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teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – Growth drivers

Posted on January 9, 2019

While selective trends may undergo annual changes, the overall move towards digitalization is a constant development which started several years ago and will take many more. Learn about what we think will be the growth drivers behind IT trends in 2019.

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DXC to pay $2bn for nearshore vendor Luxoft

Posted on January 9, 2019

DXC Technology has started 2019 with a bang, announcing a $2bn deal to acquire near-shore services provider Luxoft.

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3 questions à Yannick Carriou, CEO teknowlogy Group

Posted on December 18, 2018

Le CXP Group, auquel PAC appartient, prend officiellement pour nom aujourd'hui teknowlogy. Quelles sont les raisons de ce changement de nom ?

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GE Digital – exciting times ahead!

Posted on December 17, 2018

GE’s recent announcement to establish a new GE-owned, independently run entity to expand the company’s leadership in the Industrial IoT market and to better serve industrial customers probably did not come as a surprise to the industry.

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Cloud, AI & analytics drive the evolution of HCM

Posted on December 13, 2018

With ongoing digital transformation, talent management is becoming ever more important. In a new report, teknowlogy Group provides its view on the evolution of HCM, which is driven by modern cloud applications, the analysis of data, and the use of artificial intelligence.

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