Five Case Studies Showcase the Importance of Cable Management Digital transformation of the aviation sector is forcing aircraft manufacturers, airlines, and airports to act. The latter in particular often find themselves grappling with an IT infrastructure that fails to meet modern requirements in terms of transparency, agility, and efficiency. Cable management is crucial here. It’s far more than just a functional necessity with a database of … Continue reading How Airports set the Stage for Cutting-Edge Digital Services
To future-proof your tower sites, the proper management of all passive mobile infrastructure assets is critical. Ulrich Schälling, Head of Business Line Networks at FNT Software, recently discussed towerco management in the age of digital transformation in Pipeline Magazine. Read the full article here: Pipeline Magazine Continue reading How Infrastructure Management Can Facilitate Digital Transformation
To meet the accelerating demands of internal and external customers, digital services must be delivered through an efficient production line. For most IT executives, this is easier said than done.
High availability is business-critical for the leading international commercial bank with one of the densest branch networks among German private banks: Commerzbank.
Generation Z is coming of age. This new generation of travelers, born into a digital world, will account for 32% of the global population by 2019, according to a Bloomberg analysis. They will heavily influence – and force change upon – airport operations, retail strategies and the technology and tools needed to provide a positive passenger experience.
Modern IT structures are becoming increasingly complex and difficult to control due to the disparate locations of IT assets and their components. As IT assets are constantly travelling throughout enterprise locations and organizational structures, implementing a comprehensive zone management solution is critical to keep track of assets, service lifecycles, and user responsibilities.
As digitalization permeates all areas of the campus, IT infrastructures are working at full capacity. To ensure quality education, institutions must transform their IT and cable infrastructure into a modern technological system that has the flexibility to adapt to the evolving needs of student, faculty and administration.
Lost capacities within the data center are often the result of varying lifecycles between ICT assets, technical developments and facilities. As modern data center operations evolve past traditional design planning, both operational and financial challenges arise.